Workhorse announced it has started production of its W750 delivery van at its manufacturing facility in Union City, Indiana.
“The milestones we are announcing today reflect the important progress we are making advancing our product roadmap and executing our strategic growth plans,” said Workhorse CEO Rick Dauch. “We could not be more excited to see the W750 rolling out of our Union City facility, and we are poised to ramp up production of it in the coming months. In addition, we are thrilled to announce this dealer partnership with Smyrna Truck, expanding on our network for customers. We look forward to partnering with the Smyrna Truck team, who share our goal of delivering safe, reliable electric vehicles with the highest standard of service to customers.”
“We take pride in providing our customers the highest-quality truck equipment brands in the country, and we’re excited to welcome Workhorse’s innovative trucks to our list of trusted partners,” said Smyrna Truck President and CEO Scott Edens. “Through the many conversations and demos we’ve had with the Workhorse team, we have been extremely impressed with the standard and quality of its vehicles, including the W4 CC and W750. This partnership represents a significant catalyst in our company’s history, as we expand into the growing and important electric vehicle market.”
A New Certified Dealer Program
The Certified Dealer Program, which Workhorse launched in March 2023, is an initiative to develop an official network of verified dealers that have passed the protocols necessary to safely repair and maintain the electric components of the company’s vehicles. As part of the Certified Dealer Program, Workhorse has established a comprehensive training program that provides dealers with both hands-on and online training, including technical sales training.
Smyrna Truck is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fouts Bros Inc., a family-owned business since 1952. It operates a 700,000-square-foot facility in Milledgeville, Georgia, and a second facility in La Grange, Texas.