Ford Pro launches new suite of charging products


Ford Pro has added six home and depot chargers to its portfolio of end-to-end charging solutions to help create a smooth transition for commercial customers to an electric future. The new solutions were announced Tuesday at a press event at the NTEA Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.

Ford Pro says its new chargers offer a wide range of charging hardware – from home chargers to large-scale depot charging systems – all backed by integrated Ford Pro FinSimple installation, software, service and financing.

“We invest heavily in products and services to help commercial customers accelerate to an electric future, which means helping to ensure that our hardware and software can be connected and used with other manufacturers, because we know that many customers operate mixed fleets,” Ted said. Cannis, CEO of Ford Pro. “These chargers can be fully customized for unique business environments and can work even better when paired with Ford Pro electric vehicles and telematics to enable OEM-grade data transparency.”

The new charging solutions are also launching alongside the all-new 2022 Ford E-Transit, shipping to dealerships now and the all-new 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Pro, which is expected to start arriving this spring.

During its announcement on Tuesday, Ford Pro North America General Manager Tim Baughman said the company’s new charging solutions will hopefully address concerns in the fleet space about adoption and charging electric vehicles. “We need to make the transition to electric easier,” he said. Between the company’s new charging solutions and the growing suite of Ford Pro Intelligence digital services, Baughman said the Ford Pro ecosystem will save customers 10-20% on total operating costs.

Ford Pro has added six electric charging solutions to support its growing electric vehicle fleet.

“It starts with sitting down with our customers to learn about their business and how they plan to use their electric vehicles,” added Muffi Ghadiali, managing director of Ford Pro Charging. “No matter the size of their business or the industry they operate in, we’ll help them plan their charging infrastructure, whether it’s installing home charging stations for employees or developing a system large-scale deposit, in order to facilitate the transition to electricity.

Once the charging systems are operational, Ford Pro says it will continue to support commercial electric vehicle customers with Ford Pro E-Telematics and industry-leading Ford Pro Charging software solutions so fleet managers can better track their fleets. This includes software for smart charging, preconditioning, remote monitoring, home charging reimbursement management and reporting to help save on energy costs, maximize vehicle efficiency and uptime, the company says. society.

“Ford Pro is the only commercial service provider in North America to offer a range of services to help customers realize the full benefits of going electric, including maximizing fleet efficiency and reducing costs, as well as the ongoing maintenance of vehicles and chargers,” said Ghadiali.


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