Holcim US, a provider of building solutions focused on low-carbon construction, ordered 10 units backed by deposits to secure Hypertruck ERX production slots from Hyliion, an electrified powertrain solutions provider for Class 8 semi-trucks. Holcim will utilize the Hyliion technology in its Texas and Oklahoma operations, where the Hypertruck ERX units will replace existing diesel-fueled trucks.
“The Hypertruck ERX can be a transformative solution for an organization like Holcim that demonstrates such a strong commitment to green solutions,” Thomas Healy, founder and CEO of Hyliion, said. “Hyliion and Holcim share the ambitious goal of transforming our respective industries, and I’m proud that the Hypertruck ERX will help them take the first step in reducing their transportation-related emissions.”
“Hyliion’s mission is to facilitate major change in commercial trucking, a notoriously large contributor of greenhouse gas emissions, and we intend to achieve that with the Hypertruck ERX — a solution that supports the environmental goals of sustainability-minded fleets without sacrificing their business needs.”
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