ELMS - Electric Last Mile Solutions

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ELMS - Electric Last Mile Solutions

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Re: ELMS - Electric Last Mile Solutions

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Re: ELMS - Electric Last Mile Solutions

Posts by PK-TYW » Fri Jan 08, 2021 1:00 pm

The largest shareholders and contributors of the assets that will go into ELMS are:


1. Shanghai-exchange listed Sokon, maker of the EC35 EV utility van that is essentially the ELMS EV that will now be manufactured in Indiana by ELMS;

2) SF Motors aka Seres, a Silicon-Valley based company which purchased the Indiana factory for its electric SUV, but now will contribute the use of the factory to ELMS.

Seres, a subsidiary of Sokon, is also contributing personnel, patents, and fleet management software for tracking, route planning and communication. Interestingly, Martin Eberhard, co-founder of Tesla (TSLA), sold a battery start-up to Seres in 2017, and was for a time the Chief Strategy Officer of Seres.



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Re: ELMS - Electric Last Mile Solutions

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Electric Last Mile, Inc. (ELMS), an electric vehicle (EV) company focused on commercial and delivery fleet vehicles, announced intentions to establish operations and launch production at the former AM General commercial plant in Mishawaka. Subject to the completion of ELMS’ recently announced business combination with Forum Merger III Corporation (Nasdaq: FIII), the company plans to create up to 960 new jobs by the end of 2024 to support its expansion plans in Indiana.

“ELMS’ decision to fuel its growth in Indiana is a testament to the state’s business-friendly environment, strong automotive sector and skilled, diverse workforce,” said Governor Eric J. Holcomb. “We’re excited ELMS is choosing to launch production at the former AM General facility in Mishawaka and look forward to supporting their growth as the company delivers advanced electric vehicle solutions and creates hundreds of quality career opportunities for Hoosiers.”

The Auburn Hills, Michigan-based company plans to invest more than $300 million in the 675,500-square-foot former AM General facility at 12900 McKinley Highway in Mishawaka. The facility is expected to support the production and assembly of ELMS’ electric Urban Delivery vehicle, with the capacity to manufacture up to 100,000 vehicles annually. The company plans to launch production by the third quarter of 2021.

To support its Indiana operations, the company plans to add up to 140 positions by the end of 2021 and ramp up hiring over the next few years. ELMS plans to hire for positions in production, engineering and administration.

“Indiana was a natural choice for us given our product roadmap, the highly-trained and motivated workforce, and the logistics of moving finished goods within the U.S.,” said Jim Taylor, co-founder and CEO of ELMS. “We couldn’t be more pleased to launch our production operations in Indiana.”

ELMS’ commercial electric vehicles will offer efficient last mile solutions for commercial fleet providers. The company’s electric Urban Delivery vehicle is expected to provide 170 cubic feet of cargo space, 150 miles of range capacity, and advanced onboard and wireless data capabilities to optimize fleet planning and tracking. Once launched, the vehicle is expected to be the only Class 1 EV in the U.S.

“This project puts St. Joseph County on the forefront of the electrical transportation movement and continues our long history of being industry leaders in manufacturing,” said Andrew Kostielney, president of the St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners.

The Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) offered ELMS up to $10 million in conditional tax credits and up to $200,000 in conditional training grants based on the company’s job creation plans. The IEDC also offered up to $2.8 million in conditional tax credits from the Hoosier Business Investment (HBI) tax credit program based on the company’s planned capital investment in Indiana. These tax credits are performance-based, meaning the company is eligible to claim incentives once Hoosiers are hired. St. Joseph County will consider additional incentives at the request of the St. Joseph County Division of Economic Development.



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Re: ELMS - Electric Last Mile Solutions

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Electric Last Mile and Forum Merger III Corporation Announce Board of Director Nominees for Post-Combination Company
Independent director nominees include former UPS CFO Richard Peretz, Sense Photonics CEO and former Google automotive services program lead Shauna McIntyre, CDK Global CEO and former Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, and Raymour & Flanigan Chairman and CEO Neil Goldberg
Seasoned leaders bring experience across emerging mobility technologies, software and data connectivity, vehicle distribution and commercial delivery

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Re: ELMS - Electric Last Mile Solutions

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Re: ELMS - Electric Last Mile Solutions

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Re: ELMS - Electric Last Mile Solutions

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Re: ELMS - Electric Last Mile Solutions

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Electric Last Mile, Inc. Announces Strategic Partnerships for the Urban Delivery Electric Powertrain System
February 24, 2021 07:00 AM Eastern Standard Time
TROY, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Electric Last Mile, Inc. (“ELMS”) today announced that it has entered into strategic partnerships with Jing-Jin Electric North America, LLC (“JJE”), a global leader in electrified propulsion technologies, and Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Limited (“CATL”), a global leader in lithium-ion battery development and manufacturing, for the electric powertrain system in the ELMS Urban Delivery vehicle. The Urban Delivery, ELMS’ launch vehicle, is anticipated to be the first commercial electric vehicle (“EV”) in the class 1 segment in the U.S.

JJE will serve as ELMS’ partner for the source of electric motors and will provide related development and engineering support. CATL has separately agreed to supply its battery cells for the ELMS battery pack, leveraging CATL’s novel lithium-iron phosphate (“LFP”) battery chemistry, which enables high safety and reliability, long cycle life, cost savings and manufacturing simplicity.

In alignment with ELMS’ commitment to U.S. manufacturing, JJE also plans to localize production in the U.S. North American manufacturing will further enhance collaborative product development as well as just-in-time production, supply chain efficiency and quality metrics.

“We’re thrilled to partner with both JJE and CATL, two leading innovators in the field of electric propulsion systems,” said ELMS Chief Technology Officer, Kev Adjemian. “Pairing ELMS’ vehicle integration engineering expertise with JJE and CATL’s technologies will help us to ensure that our last mile fleet customers are provided with leading and reliable electric powertrain technologies to power their businesses.”

ELMS expects to begin production of the Urban Delivery in the second half of 2021. The Urban Delivery is anticipated to be the first Class 1 commercial EV in the U.S. based on the current competitive landscape and is also expected to offer fleet customers a lower total cost of ownership compared to competing internal combustion engine models.



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Re: ELMS - Electric Last Mile Solutions

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Re: ELMS - Electric Last Mile Solutions

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PK-TYW wrote:
Fri Feb 26, 2021 10:38 pm
New presentation

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Re: ELMS - Electric Last Mile Solutions

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Electric Last Mile Provides Update on Pre-Orders and Start of Production
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Pre-orders received for the ELMS Urban Delivery vehicle surpass 45,000


ELMS intends to begin production of the Urban Delivery by the end of the third quarter of 2021 at the Mishawaka, Indiana manufacturing facility

TROY, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Electric Last Mile, Inc. (“ELMS” or “the Company”), a commercial electric vehicle (“EV”) company focused on last mile delivery solutions, announced it has received over 45,000 non-binding pre-orders for its Urban Delivery class 1 commercial EV. The Company also announced its intention to begin production of the Urban Delivery at the Mishawaka, Indiana manufacturing facility by the end of the third quarter of 2021, which would make the Urban Delivery the first class 1 commercial EV officially available in the U.S. market. A s part of its customer process, ELMS will continue working with pre-order customers to finalize specific duty-cycle requirements and allocation schedules as it seeks to obtain binding purchase orders and as it prepares for the anticipated start of production later this year. The Company recently announced its plan to acquire the Indiana manufacturing facility as part of its pending merger with Forum Merger III Corporation (Nasdaq: FIII). Upon closing of the merger transaction, the combined company will be named Electric Last Mile Solutions, Inc. and the common stock of Electric Last Mile Solutions, Inc. is expected to be listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market under the new ticker symbol, “ELMS.”




“The interest we have seen for the Urban Delivery has been overwhelming as fleet managers continue to seek solutions that will reduce their total cost of ownership and help them to achieve aggressive sustainability targets,” said ELMS Co-Founder and CEO, James Taylor. “Our more than 45,000 pre-orders reflect the demand for fleet electrification and our value proposition of low-cost, reliable, connected and customized solutions. We’re excited by the anticipated first-to-market opportunities and thankful for the state of Indiana’s support as we look to begin production later this year.”

The Urban Delivery is anticipated to have approximately 150 miles of range, best-in-class cargo volume and a price of $25,000 after federal rebate, giving it a lower expected total cost of ownership compared to existing gas competitors. ELMS also expects to equip the Urban Delivery with a data and connectivity suite to maximize fleet efficiency and plans to customize vehicles through its integrated upfitting operations and partnerships.



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Re: ELMS - Electric Last Mile Solutions

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ELMS is not just
a vehicle company but a technology and solutions company,” said ELMS CTO, Kev Adjemian. “This exciting collaboration with
Geotab is a part of ELMS’ commitment to delivering powerful telematics, data and real-time visibility solutions that fleet managers



need to help improve their operating efficiency and reduce costs. By integrating Geotab’s solutions, we will work closely together
to eventually provide Urban Delivery customers with in-house OTA technology, which we believe will help to significantly reduce service
downtime and maximize vehicle efficiency.”
“With sustainability

https://conferencecalltranscripts.org/s ... id=9117281



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Re: ELMS - Electric Last Mile Solutions

Posts by PK-TYW » Thu Apr 01, 2021 1:48 pm

The Biden administration has released an outline of its infrastructure plan on its website.

It includes a $174 billion investment in electric vehicles that they summarized:

“Create good jobs electrifying vehicles. U.S. market share of plug-in electric vehicle (EV) sales is only one-third the size of the Chinese EV market. The President believes that must change. He is proposing a $174 billion investment to win the EV market. His plan will enable automakers to spur domestic supply chains from raw materials to parts, retool factories to compete globally, and support American workers to make batteries and EVs. It will give consumers point of sale rebates and tax incentives to buy American-made EVs, while ensuring that these vehicles are affordable for all families and manufactured by workers with good jobs. It will establish grant and incentive programs for state and local governments and the private sector to build a national network of 500,000 EV chargers by 2030, while promoting strong labor, training, and installation standards. His plan also will replace 50,000 diesel transit vehicles and electrify at least 20 percent of our yellow school bus fleet through a new Clean Buses for Kids Program at the Environmental Protection Agency, with support from the Department of Energy. These investments will set us on a path to 100 percent clean buses, while ensuring that the American workforce is trained to operate and maintain this 21st century infrastructure. Finally, it will utilize the vast tools of federal procurement to electrify the federal fleet, including the United States Postal Service.”

Without going into details, the investment will include funds to help automakers secure materials for electric vehicle production and converting factories.

The announcement confirms that the initiative will also revamp the consumer incentive to buy electric vehicles.

Again without going into the details, we do have a confirmation that it will not only be a tax credit, but it will also be available at the point of sale, which is going to facilitate sales.

The summary also confirms that this incentive is only going to be for “American-made” electric vehicles.



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