Workhorse Group

Workhorse Group

Loveland, Ohio, United States

Team size: 201 - 500

Sector: Transportation and mobility

About Workhorse Group

Founders: Stephen Burns

Founded date: 2007


Company revenue: US$ 50 - 100 million

Investors: Arosa Capital Management, Michigan Economic Development Corporation

Company stage: Other

Workhorse Group designs and produces battery-electric power trains for its new Workhorse chassis. Workhorse’s approach to building its battery electric power trains uses proven, automotive-grade, mass-produced parts coupled with its custom designed, proprietary control software. Workhorse Group is an original equipment manufacturer of class 3-6 Workhorse brand medium-duty truck chassis. Its assembly plant enables it to build the tried and true W62 chassis and the new, narrower-track W88 chassis at price points and performance specifications sure to be attractive to fleet purchasers. The company's product, The HorseFly UAV Delivery system, is a custom built, high efficiency octocopter-based delivery UAV that is fully integrated with electric delivery trucks. It follows the FAA guidelines for UAV operation. The system is designed such that a driver or driver’s assistant can maintain line-of-sight operation of the UAV delivery process. Workhorse Group was founded on 2007 and is headquartered in Loveland, Ohio.

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