Greenland Launches 2nd Electric Industrial Vehicle Line
Greenland Technologies Holding Corporation announced the launch of its second, zero operating emissions, electric industrial vehicle line, the GEL-1800 Electric Loader.
November 22, 2021. By News Bureau
This follows the successful launch of the GEF-series electric lithium forklift line.
Greenland's new GEL-1800 Electric Loader is powered by an environmentally-friendly 141 KWh lithium battery. The GEL-1800 boasts a rapid 2 hour charge, with nine hours of operating time on a single charge.
The GEL-1800 answers some of the biggest issues facing modern facility managers, with its clean and sustainable power, zero operating emissions, and both 60% less operating noise and lower maintenance costs compared to diesel internal combustion vehicles.
It is currently available for sale in the United States market.
Raymond Wang, CEO of Greenland, commented, "Our new GEL-1800 arrived the first week of November, marking another major step for us as we successfully launch our second electric industrial vehicle line and work to accelerate the Company's sales. We designed the GEL 1800 Electric Loader to be used in a wide range of applications, including construction, mining, agriculture, industrial and more. We continue to expand our product line of electric industrial vehicles to meet customer demand in a rapidly growing market. We are giving customers the compelling financial and operating advantages of electrification in a warehouse or material handling fleet, and our electric industrial vehicles have all the power to get the job done without the pollution generated by traditional internal combustion engines."
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