Electric Last Mile Solutions to Ring the Opening Bell at Nasdaq
Troy, Mich. (July 12, 2021) – Electric Last Mile Solutions, Inc. (Nasdaq: ELMS) (“ELMS” or “the Company”), a pure-play commercial EV company focused on redefining productivity for the last mile, today announced that the Company’s management team will ring the opening bell at the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square on Tuesday, July 13 to celebrate its recently completed public listing.
“We are celebrating an important milestone for ELMS and our shareholders. As a public company, we believe we now have all the critical enablers to execute on our business plan and transform productivity for the last mile,” said James Taylor, Co-Founder and CEO of ELMS. “The demand for commercial EVs is growing rapidly as businesses seek more efficient and sustainable solutions for their fleets. We believe we are well-positioned to meet that demand with the anticipated first Class 1 commercial EV in the U.S., the ELMS Urban Delivery, which we expect to launch later this year.”
The market opening ceremony will occur on Tuesday, July 13, 2021 at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time, and can be viewed live at https://livestream.com/accounts/27896496/events/9724075.
About Electric Last Mile Solutions, Inc.
ELMS (Nasdaq: ELMS) is focused on redefining the last mile with efficient, connected and customizable solutions. ELMS’ first vehicle, the Urban Delivery, is anticipated to be the first Class 1 commercial electric vehicle in the U.S. market. ELMS is now listed on NASDAQ following the completion of its merger with Forum Merger III Corporation, providing it with sufficient capital to execute its business plan. The company is headquartered in Troy, Michigan. For more information, please visit www.electriclastmile.com or Twitter @ELMSolutions.
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