Leading supplier of zero emissions hydrogen & fuel cell powered commercial vehicles Hyzon Motors has signed a definitive agreement to acquire German manufacturers of innovative truck and trailer bodies for the beverage industry ORTEN Betriebs & ORTEN Electric Trucks. The acquisition brings three fully-operational production facilities and a team of over 80 employees under the Hyzon umbrella. ORTEN's employees are experienced in electrification, retrofitting, and bodybuilding, all critical elements of Hyzon's FCEV build process. Additionally, ORTEN management has extensive, long-standing customer relationships across Germany.Complementary product lines between Hyzon and ORTEN, in combination with ORTEN's body and powertrain kits, provide a comprehensive solution for customers transitioning their fleets to zero emissions: vehicles up to 26 tons can be transitioned to ORTEN's existing offering of battery electric vehicles, while the operational requirements of medium- and heavy-duty vehicles can be met with Hyzon's FCEVs.Germany is expected to be a major global market for zero-emission commercial vehicles in the coming years. The European Union recently announced a total ban on sales of combustion engine cars from 2035, and Germany offers various incentives to transition heavy vehicles off diesel, including some that provide subsidies for up to 80% of the additional investment costs of going electric compared to replacing vehicles with diesel equivalents; and even greater levels of subsidy for some public fleets.Headquartered in Rochester in New York, with US operations in the Chicago and Detroit areas, and international operations in the Netherlands, Singapore, Australia, Germany, and China, Hyzon is a leader in fuel cell electric mobility with an exclusive focus on the commercial vehicle market, and a near-term focus on back to base operations. Utilizing its proven and proprietary hydrogen fuel cell technology, Hyzon aims to supply zero-emission heavy duty trucks and buses to customers in North America, Europe and around the world to mitigate emissions from diesel transportation, one of the single largest sources of carbon emissions globally.