Hybrid truck maker abandons Buckeye plans, opts for Coolidge

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By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal

Nikola Motor Co., a hybrid semi-truck startup, has scrapped plans to build a manufacturing plant in Buckeye and will instead build it in Coolidge.

Nikola CEO Trevor Milton said the company was looking for a way to get the facility up and running faster than the Buckeye site would allow.

“Coolidge had a shovel-ready, 430-acre piece of property with the infrastructure already in place that will shave years off our construction time,” Milton said. “We have customers like Anheuser-Busch and US Express who are ready for their trucks, and with this move, we’ll be able to deliver much faster.”


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