Taylor and Rocsys Working on Autonomous Charging for Electric Container Handlers

Zero-emission container handler manufacturer Taylor Machine Works has announced a partnership with Rocsys to offer a robotic charging system for the second generation Taylor ZLC electric container handler. Autonomous charging of electric vehicles allows fleets to be charged quickly without any human intervention.

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Autonomous charging reduces wear and tear on cables and connectors, enabling reliable and fast charging. Rocsys’ solution can work with any high-power DC charging station using a CCS-1 charging connector, allowing autonomous charging with existing hardware. “We are pleased to support Taylor by offering autonomous charging solutions that make the charging process of electric top pick vehicles easier and safer. Our solution is simple to implement for Taylor and its customers, as it uses the standard CCS-1 inlet and chargers.” says Rocsys Co-founder Crijn Bounman.

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