AYRO, Inc., a company specializing in the design and manufacturing of purpose-built electric delivery vehicles for micro distribution, micro-mobility, and last-mile delivery solutions, has announced the shipment of the initial production units of the AYRO Vanish (referred to as “Vanish”) to their channel partner, Cruising Kitchens, a custom food truck builder and mobile business fabricator. Notably, Cruising Kitchens was among the first channel partners to place orders for the Vanish, along with U.S. Fleet Source, a distribution partner for commercial, government, and municipal fleets, and Masters Golf and Utility Vehicles, a regional dealer and fleet solutions provider located in Ontario, Canada.
AYRO believes that allocating the first production Vanish units to key upfitter, fleet and dealer channel partners, like Cruising Kitchens, best positions the Company to reach broader hospitality, government, and last-mile extension fleets throughout the United States and Canada as they transition to electric vehicles.
San Antonio-based Cruising Kitchens specializes in custom food trucks, trailers, and shipping container kitchens, and is the future of mobile vending – they pride themselves in their ability to take any business mobile. Cruising Kitchens plans to upfit the Vanish to enable food and beverage distribution via an emissions-free, ultra-quiet vehicle on campuses and hospitality venues nationwide.
“Cruising Kitchens is known for building the most cutting-edge and innovative mobile kitchens and mobile businesses on the market,” said Cameron Davies, CEO of Cruising Kitchens. “Our commitment to modernization, coupled with our early adopter mindset, made our partnership with AYRO a no-brainer. We’re excited to add the Vanish to our product offerings, as we continue to cater to our customers evolving desires and needs.”
“Cruising Kitchens saw our vision for the Vanish early on and quickly became a key channel partner,” noted Tom Wittenschlaeger, CEO of AYRO. “We hope to deepen our partnership with Cruising Kitchens in the months to come, and we aim to leverage this momentum as we expand into broader fleet applications throughout North America.”