CINCINNATI, Nov. 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Workhorse Group Inc. (NASDAQ: WKHS), an American technology company focused on providing electric mobility solutions to the transportation sector, today announced that CEO Steve Burns will participate in a panel discussion on the electric truck industry at the Goldman Sachs Industrials Conference on November 14 at the Westin Copley Place in Boston.
The industry-focused conference attracts the top industrial investors and leading companies across multiple sectors. Burns will join two other CEOs in the electric trucks session that kicks off the two-day conference at 7:15 a.m EST.
This year Workhorse has unveiled four next-generation products for the transportation sector. In February Workhorse and UPS tested its HorseFly™ package delivery drone launched from a UPS Workhorse E-GEN electric delivery truck. In May, Workhorse unveiled the W-15, the world's first electric pickup truck built from the ground up by an American manufacturer, followed by the SureFly™ personal electric octocopter at the Paris airshow. This week, Workhorse announced that it will commence testing of its N-Gen electric van, which includes an optional Horsefly package delivery drone. The Surefly, W-15 electric pickup and N-Gen electric van will be showcased at CES in January 2018.
About Workhorse Group Inc.
Workhorse is a technology company focused on providing electric mobility solutions to the transportation sector. As an American original equipment manufacturer, we design and build high performance battery-electric vehicles including trucks and aircraft. We also develop cloud-based, real-time telematics performance monitoring systems that are fully integrated with our vehicles and enable fleet operators to optimize energy and route efficiency. All Workhorse vehicles are designed to make the movement of people and goods more efficient and less harmful to the environment. For additional information visit www.workhorse.com.
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