Greenland announces major purchase agreements as East Energy agrees to buy industrial EVs

East Windsor-based Greenland Technologies Holding Corp., a technology developer and manufacturer of electric industrial vehicles, announced East Energy Renewables, through its subsidiaries Carolina Poultry Power RG2 LLC and Carolina Poultry Power RG3 LLC, has agreed to purchase multiple zero-operating-emissions electric industrial machines from Greenland’s HEVI.

Under the purchase agreements, East Energy will purchase two GEL-5000s and one GEL-1800, with delivery of the all-electric loaders scheduled for later this year.

HEVI’s GEL-5000 is a 5-ton rated load all-electric lithium wheeled front loader that boasts strong power, approximately 40,000 pounds operating weight and increased payload options, making it a clean, green front loader with nine hours of operation time per charge.

The GEL-5000 all-electric front loader is ideal for both indoor and outdoor usage. It is perfect for on-site applications in industries ranging from agriculture, urban construction to waste management and property management.

HEVI’s GEL-1800 all-electric loader is powered by an environmentally friendly 141 kilowatt-hour lithium battery. The GEL-1800 answers some of the biggest issues facing modern facility managers, with its clean and sustainable power, zero operating emissions, and both 60% less operating noise and lower maintenance costs compared to diesel internal combustion vehicles.

Raymond Wang, CEO of Greenland, commented: “We are thrilled to share the news of major purchase agreements with East Energy. Our mutual dedication to environmentally friendly and sustainable business practices align seamlessly. … We are committed to building on our impressive track record of innovation as we continue to bring customers excellent performance in a more environmentally friendly vehicle.”

Greenland said the industrial electric vehicles are designed to both elevate performance and contribute to a greener environment in a wide range of applications, including construction, mining, agriculture, industrial and more. Furthermore, the corporation believes it is not only creating vehicles that improve working conditions for operators, but significantly reducing the cost of ownership.