Workhorse is one of the finalists for a $3.6 billion contract to supply the
Such doubt departs sharply from some initial enthusiasm about the
Not exactly, as DeWine and Husted realized, along with
This isn’t to counsel little but gloom. Workhorse is ahead of competitors in having produced actual trucks, 365, mostly for
In 2018, Workhorse revenues totaled $763,000. What if it doesn’t get the
It isn’t hard to follow the thinking of
Still, it remains a puzzle for many around here that the automaker cannot find a place for a plant with a record of high-quality work, and long ties to the company. To be sure, many workers laid off at
In that way, many are rooting for Workhorse to overcome the obstacles in its path, the making of electric trucks carrying the promise to which the lieutenant governor referred. They also know there is nothing to celebrate, so many questions still without answers.
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