Volvo Trucks opens its first battery assembly plant in Ghent (Belgium) for electric heavy trucks.

Samsung SDI will supply elements and modules for battery assembly for the FH, FM and FMX model lines. Serial production will begin in the third quarter of this year.

Each package is 90 kW / h, and buyers can have up to six trucks.

Packages can be recovered, repaired and reused.

“By 2030, at least half of all the trucks we sell will be electric, and by 2040 we will be a carbon-neutral company,” said Roger Alm, president of Volvo Trucks.

It will sell six electric model lines.

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