Spain's SEUR acquires 200 Ford EV Vans to make Cargo Transport more Sustainable

Dec. 1, 2022
SEUR will utilize the E-Transit with its 317-kilometer range and 15 cubic meter load capacity

Spanish cargo delivery firm SEUR has acquired 200 Ford E-Transit vehicles to steer its fleet closer to 100 percent e-mobility.

SEUR will utilize the E-Transit with its 317-kilometer range and 15 cubic meter load capacity. The vehicles include intelligent driver assistance and safety system as well as FORD PRO Recharge charging support.

“SEUR's objectives fit perfectly with FORD PRO's present and future plans,  spearheaded by the new Ford E-Transit. Thanks to its more than 300 kilometers of autonomy, its 15m3 of cargo and its connectivity solutions, the E-Transit is the ideal response to the current mobility needs of companies,” José Manuel Fernández Pons, Ford Pro Operations Manager, said in a statement.

Benjamín Calzón, SEUR’s Operational Excellence Officer, noted that 10 percent of his company’s fleet is “already green. By 2030 SEUR plans to have added 3,000 electric vehicles.

SEUR parent company GeoPost/DPD Group, moves close to two billion packages annually, according to its earnings report. 

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