Battery Powered Trucks to be Made Again at Former Mack Plant

This story doesn’t need much of an introduction.  Battery-powered truck maker ZeroTruck has received some Ben Franklin funding.  They will begin operating from the Bridgeworks Enterprise Center in Allentown.  As many of you may know, the Bridgeworks incubator is housed in the former Mack Trucks plant 4A.  That plant attached the bodies to the chassis of the famous “Bulldog” trucks from the 1920’s through the 1980’s.

That’s cool, right? Congratulations to the Allentown Economic Development Corporation, owner of Bridgeworks, for bringing this new company to the city!  http://www.keystoneedge.com/innovationnews/zerotruck0310.aspx

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About TechonomicMan

Manager, Entrepreneurial Services at Ben Franklin Technology Partners in Northeast PA.
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