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E-FORCE ONE AG

Since 2012, we have been developing and producing customised e-mobility products and solutions.

OUR GOALS

Sustainable mobility solutions

With customised technologies and individual applications, we enable our customers to benefit from the advantages of electromobility. By using our products, you can not only reduce emissions, but also make an active contribution to protecting the environment.

We are proud to be a pioneer in the industry and look forward to continuing to help shape the future of sustainable mobility.

EFORCE battery container

LOCATIONS

Switzerland

SWITZERLAND

LOCATION

Strongly linked

We have two locations in Switzerland that work closely together. Development is carried out at both sites. Prototyping, pre-assembly and battery production take place in Beckenried (NW), while final truck assembly and maintenance take place in Fehraltdorf (ZH). We are an innovative, inquisitive and dynamic team and work on our vision every day.

BECKENRIED

FEHRALTORF

TEAM

Welcome to our dynamic team of innovative engineers and creative minds! Here, the skills of passionate programmers, determined doers and visionary thinkers come together to create something great.

EFORCE Team

TEAM MEMBERS IN PORTRAIT

The following photos provide an insight into our team. However, they only show a fraction of the diversity and expertise that characterises our company. Behind the faces shown are many other experts and specialists who contribute significantly to our success.

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NEWS

News and events

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Milestones

As a pioneer in the field of e-trucks, we have been developing and producing purely electrically powered commercial vehicles up to 46 tonnes since our foundation in 2012. 

2012

FOUNDATION OF E-FORCE ONE AG

E-Force One AG is founded by Hansjörg Cueni in Beckenried.

2013

1. GENERATION - FELDSCHLÖSSCHEN E18

On July 10, 2013, the world's first available as series, fully battery-powered 18-ton truck leaves the premises of E-Force One AG.

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