In response to the COVID 19 control measures announced by the UK government on the evening of March 23rd, 2020, Tevva has suspended production operations of its class leading 7.5t to 12t Battery Electric and Range Extended Electric trucks, in order to protect its employees, and the wider community.
Tevva continues to work remotely developing the next generation of BEV and REEV medium duty commercial vehicles, whilst supporting the NHS by staying at home or volunteering for the national effort.
Tevva is an organisation driven by a global purpose, but that purpose must, briefly, take second place to the present global emergency. Right now, our priority must be the health and well-being of the Tevva team and their families, and we send a sincere message of support to our customers, collaborators, friends and colleagues across the world.
We will keep you updated on progress through the usual channels and we will see you all on the other side.
To volunteer to help the NHS – https://www.goodsamapp.org/NHS
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