Electric Last Mile Locates Global Headquarters in Troy, Michigan
In addition, ELMS plans to open additional offices in California and other locations in proximity to major EV talent and development hubs to facilitate innovation, collaboration and advance the commercialization of its products and services.
With 31,000 square feet of space, the new Troy global headquarters allows capacity for nearly 200 employees in the areas of e-powertrain engineering, vehicle design and integration, prototype development and software solutions. The headquarters strategically positions ELMS in the center of a network of suppliers and partners and provides access to one of the world’s best automotive talent pools.
“In addition to facilitating our growth, the design of our new global headquarters will allow for collaboration across all aspects of our engineering, from vehicle design, prototyping and software development, and customer engagement, enabling ELMS to deliver for its customers the most efficient and customized solutions for their last mile use cases,” said ELMS co-founder and CEO, James Taylor.
The state-of-the-art facility includes an over 15,000 square feet prototype lab, where ELMS plans to assemble initial battery pack and electric motor prototypes as well as complete pre-production vehicle builds.
ELMS also plans to utilize the facility as a customer center where it can work with customers to understand their vehicle specifications and analytics needs, as well as conduct test drives.
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