Lordstown Motors has announced that production of its electric-powered pickup truck has resumed following a halt earlier this year to correct supplier quality issues.

The automaker noted in a news release that production at the Lordstown facility is expected to continue “at a very low pace.”

LMC revealed in late February that the Endurance had experienced performance and quality issues with certain components that could cause a loss of propulsion while driving.

Lordstown Motors recalled 19 vehicles while working with suppliers to make corrections.

Also announced on Tuesday was an agreement with Amerit Fleet Solutions to provide service and maintenance to Lordstown’s commercial fleet customers.

Under the terms of the agreement, the two companies will jointly provide EV service and warranty for the Lordstown Endurance, as well as future vehicles developed by Lordstown in collaboration with Foxconn EV.

Amerit says its plans include a strategic rollout of service locations aligned with Lordstown’s launch plan for initial fleet customers. 

Prior to the launch of services, Amerit service technicians will complete a safety training program as well as Lordstown’s training curriculum for the Endurance and other future vehicles.