Wim Claes
Written by Guido Cloostermans
Article provided by Het Belang van Limburg

Trucks also going electric: “The government needs to provide sufficient charging points”

Sint-Truiden - Trucks are the next in line to go electric. That was plain to see in Brustem this week, where Mercedes-Benz’s eActros Roadshow set up shop. “We need to get on board with greening too,” explains Limburg-based truck driver Wim Claes, who invested in his first electric truck.
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