Nott Company, a distribution and systems engineering integrator, announced its partnership with Zeus Electric Chassis on July 19. The two companies headquartered in the St. Paul metro area have formalized a long-term Joint Development and Supply Agreement.
"Zeus and Nott Company have been working closely together for over three years and have formed a strong relationship. The team is integrating an EV cab-chassis with traditional auxiliary body functions, ensuring a safe and productive solution that meets customer needs," said Bill Brandt, Zeus VP of Business Development and OEM Sales.
Nott Company's scope of work on the Zeus cab-chassis includes all electronic controls, telematics, HMI integration, traction motors, e-Pump for steering and braking, high power electronic cooling sub-systems, and on-board charging/export power.
Nott Company primarily covers the Midwest states while also solving electrification needs with customers nationwide. Over the past five years, Nott Company has executed on a strategy to become a leader in electrification systems integration, added global component manufacturers to their portfolio, and built a strong system engineering team to create innovative solutions.
Zeus Electric Chassis is bringing to market a Class 3-8 electric work truck solution in North America. The Zeus business model includes leveraging strategic partners such as Nott Co., and enabling existing OEM body manufacturers to create uncompromising and fully integrated electric vocational work truck solutions. This includes integrating all hydraulic and electric work functions/tools with a common control system architecture.
Zeus is well-networked within the e-Mobility ecosystem, partnering with market leading technology suppliers, work truck body OEM's, end-user fleets, and non-profit industry leaders with the mission of accelerating EV adoption nationwide.
Nott Co. offers a complete product line of ePumps and hydraulic controls sized specifically for EV work truck applications that provide optimum efficiency, safety, and productivity.
Originally posted on Work Truck Online
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