AMP could land a $5B federal contract
A Greater Cincinnati manufacturer is one of 15 suppliers being considered for a contract with U.S. Postal Service that could be worth $5 billion, the Wall Street Journal reports.
AMP Holding Inc.’s AMP Electric Vehicles could be chosen to provide 180,000 vehicles to replace the system’s current mail trucks over three years.
AMP, based in Loveland, is touting its electric delivery vehicles that have optional drones capable of ferrying packages a short distance installed on top to beat out its competition. So far, it has made it through the first leg of the selection process. So have Ford Motor Co., Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, and Nissan Motor Co. among others.