Greenland Technologies wins bid from Maryland’s Port of Baltimore to electrify equipment

Greenland Technologies Holding Corp. recently announced it won a bid from Maryland’s Port of Baltimore, under which the East Windsor-based company will help facilitate the Port of Baltimore’s plan to electrify port equipment.

Greenland is a technology developer and manufacturer of electric industrial vehicles and drivetrain systems for material handling machineries and vehicles. Greenland’s new GEL-5000 all-electric front loader is especially useful to the port as well as industries ranging from agriculture and urban construction to waste management and property management because it boasts strong power, approximately 40,000 pounds operating weight and increased payload options, making it a clean, green front loader with a rapid two-hour charge time and nine hours of operation time per charge. With a long list of sustainability, performance, comfort, maintenance and safety features, the GEL-5000 all-electric front loader is ideal for both indoor and outdoor usage.

“We are excited to be celebrating Maryland’s Port of Baltimore’s commitment to clean and sustainable alternatives, and its leadership in the broader electrification of the industrial environment,” Raymond Wang, CEO of Greenland, said. “We are progressing to plan and benefit from new opportunities, like Maryland’s Port of Baltimore, as more and more government entities and companies seek to electrify their equipment. We believe this is just the tip of the iceberg and we look forward to capitalizing on this exciting opportunity with Maryland’s Port of Baltimore, and the many new opportunities this will create for Greenland, as we benefit from the accelerating global drive to electrify equipment.”