Will Telsa's electric semi truck be succesful?
These companies think so.
Walmart: One of the first major companies to reserve the trucks, the retailer has made aggressive investments in technology in recent years as part of its effort to compete with Amazon.
Pepsi: Pepsi previously had the largest Semi order, reserving 100 trucks in December.
Anheuser-Busch: The brewer announced it ordered 40 Semis in December.
Sysco: The food distributor has reserved 50 Semis.
UPS: The delivery company placed the largest Semi order to date, reserving 125 trucks on Tuesday.
DHL: The transportation and logistics company has reserved 10 Semis to add to its fleet.
Meijer: Based in Michigan, the grocery chain has ordered four of the electric trucks.
Ryder: The transportation company reserved an unspecified number of Semis in November.
J.B. Hunt: The trucking company is set to purchase “multiple” Semis, but hasn’t revealed the exact number.
Asko: The Norwegian food distribution company has ordered 10 Semis.
Flexport: Ryan Peterson, the freight company’s CEO, announced the
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