FAT TRUCK seeks to revolutionize crew transport on difficult terrains
Zeal Motor Inc., has announced the official launch of its FAT TRUCK , the first in a series of industrial off-road utility vehicles, specifically designed for the transportation of personnel and materials in difficult terrains.
Recently established in the Bromont industrial park, located in south-western Quebec, Zeal Motor's production of the FAT TRUCK is expecting a solid growth in the coming years. The project has required an initial investment of $1.5 million. It will create fifteen jobs at the Bromont manufacturing plant within the next two years.
The Founders Maxim O'Shaughnessy, Benoit Marleau and Amine Khimjee, all three deep expertise in the field of industrial vehicles, are pursuing their mission of creating innovative products in this specialty market segment.
Several financial partners have enthusiastically chosen to support the launch of the company: Desjardins, Canada Economic Development (DEC), Investissement Québec, National Research Council of Canada (CNRC), Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation du Québec (MEI), CLD Brome-Missisquoi, Centre for business assistance Haute-Yamaska and region (CAE), as well as Economic development Company of Bromont (SODEB).
"Until now, there is no efficient solution meeting the
requirements and safety standards of the industrial sector.
FAT TRUCK will address the specific needs of contractors
working on power lines, pipelines, telecommunications, wind
farms. Moreover, FAT TRUCK will become an essential
vehicle for search and rescue", said Maxim O ' Shaughnessy,
President of Zeal Motor.
United States, Canada, Australia and the Scandinavian countries represent our main target markets. Several customers and international dealers have already shown a keen interest.