As Lucid gears up for production and distribution of the all-electric Lucid Air from a new plant in Arizona, the carmaker has partnered with Glovis America to design and engineer its vehicle logistics, from the plant yard to implementing a multimodal transport network.
In this exclusive session at Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain Live, experts from Glovis and Lucid explain how they have developed the carmaker’s network, key standards to keep in mind and how electric vehicles impact on charging, yard and transport mode considerations.
As Glovis is the primary logistics provider for the Hyundai Motor Group, the partnership is a key case study in integrating OEM transport networks and in the role that 3PLs like Glovis could play in vehicle logistics.
Greg Henninger, head of logistics, Lucid Motors
Charles Franklin, senior manager sales, Glovis America
Victor Arabe, senior manager business development, Glovis America
Moderated by Christopher Ludwig, editor-in-chief,
This session was held on September 16th during the Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain Live virtual conference. Click here to view all videos from the conference on demand.