It's been two months since Tesla presented its Semi electric truck. Tesla Semi promises to have 500 miles of range at maximum weight and should cost about 150,000 USD. There was a big skepticism before the unveiling of this electric truck, but obviously Tesla has been able to dispel a lot of distrust because the orders are flowing smoothly.
Tesla doesn't release any figures of how many orders it has received. However, the companies that sign an order form obviously want to advertise it and let the world know that they are going green.
Therefore, so far we know of 19 companies that together have reserved at least 375 Semi trucks from Tesla. The total number of reservations is probably higher, as there are undoubtedly companies that do not advertise their orders.
Here is the list of transnational companies that have ordered Tesla Semi truck.
- DHL (Logistics): 10
- Anheuser-Busch (Beer): 40
- Sysco (Food): 50
- UPS (Logistics): 125
- Meijer (Supermarket): 4
- Asko (Food): 10
- JB Hunt (Logistics): unknown number
- Posten Norge (Post): unknown number
- Mecca & Son Trucking (Logistics): 1
- Breytner (Logistics): 1
- Best Transportation (Logistics): 1
- Fortigo Freight Services (Logistics): 1
- Girteka Logistics (Logistics): 1
- Fercam (Logistics): 1
- Loblaw (Supermarket): 25
- JK Moving (Logistics): 4
- Flexport (Logistics): 1
- Ryder (Logistics): unknown number
- Pepsi (Nutrition): 100
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