100 new trucks for Felixstowe

Pair of Q-Trucks at the Port of Felixstowe

Source: Hutchison Ports

A new order for 100 battery-powered autonomous trucks is part of Hutchison Ports net-zero by 2035 ambitions

The Port of Felixstowe has struck a deal with Shanghai Westwell Technology for an additional 100 battery-powered autonomous Q-Trucks.

Owner Hutchison Ports first introduced Q-Trucks at Terminal D in Thailand’s Laem Chabang Port in 2020 where the fifteen trucks have handled more than 334,000 teu.

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