Fonterra says the first year on the road for its electric tanker was a success, but there are challenges to overcome. The electric tanker started collecting milk in May last year for Fonterra’s Waitoa milk factory. It is part of Fonterra’s electric vehicle strategy, which would see a third of the co-operative’s light vehicle fleet converted to electric by the end of 2023. Fonterra Decarbonisation Manager Fabian Lloyd says the main challenge for the team has been the charging infrastructure.
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