As the demand for electric trucks grows, Renault Trucks will need 100 additional workers at its trucks manufacturing plant in Blainville-sur-Orne (France). There, series production of electric trucks, including the distribution trucks of the Z.E. Series, has already started. The additional operators, who will join the 1,546 employees on permanent contracts at the Normandy production site, are expected to start working for Renault Trucks next year, in 2022. Such a news is a proof of quite favourable development prospects as for electric vehicles, despite the well-known issues related to chip shortage, for instance.

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