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Volta Trucks’ Volta Zero trucks will be on display every day in a ‘studio’ in Paris. The latter will be the new commercial headquarters in France. Not long ago, Volta Trucks inaugurated its very first European customer service hub in the French capital, which seems to be the main location for the newcomer. Volta Trucks will be among the most awaited exhibitors at IAA 2022, to be held in September in Hannover.

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According to the manufacturer, the ‘Volta Trucks Studio’ in Paris is the first of many in-market headquarter offices where the company will operate its commercial operations and welcome customers during the sales process. The Studio experience will be educational, informative and also displaying the essence of the Volta Trucks brand. It is located on the historic Rue Edouard VII, off the Boulevard des Capucines in the 9th Arrondissement of Paris, linking the Madeleine and Opera districts.

Additionally, Volta Trucks will soon announce the location of the Volta Trucks Hub in London, but the London Studio operations will be managed within the company’s Commercial and Research and Development base on the M4 corridor between Reading and Bracknell, close to the operations of its UK customers. Studios and Hub locations will be confirmed across the remaining EU launch cities of Madrid, Milan, the Rhine-Ruhr region of Germany, and the Randstad region of the Netherlands in due course.

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Volta Trucks CEO: «That’s the Volta Trucks Way»

“We will redefine the face-to-face customer experience with the first of many Volta Trucks Studios, located near where our customers live and work”, commented Volta Trucks CEO Essa Al-Saleh. “Customers tell us that they don’t want to visit a large, old-school, out-of-town showroom where, inevitably, the truck they want isn’t on display. They would like to have discussions with a product expert in an intimate and non-pressured environment. And when the time comes to see and demonstrate the truck, it will be delivered to them so they can understand how it works in their own depot. That’s the Volta Trucks Way. To have the market’s commercial operations and staff all together under one roof will also ensure that whatever the topic of customer conversation, a Volta Trucks expert will always be on hand”.

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