Inzile has signed a framework agreement with Ramudden, which is a comprehensive supplier of workplace safety in busy environments. In the first phase, six vehicles will be delivered. The trucks will be used to deliver materials where space and accessibility are limited. Initially, the vehicles will be used in metropolitan regions and then evaluated. This is a first step for Ramudden into the world of electric cars, but probably not the last. Ramudden also has operations in Sweden’s neighboring countries, for example in Norway, where electric vehicles are in high demand.
– Ramudden has a group-wide goal of reducing climate impact. We try to achieve this by streamlining our transports and increasing the use of fossil-free fuels. But all choices are important and the choice to invest in new technology and electric trucks is another contribution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, says Hans-Olov Blom, CEO of Ramudden.
– It is gratifying that more and more industries appreciate our electric vehicles and the concept that we offer, says Inzile’s CEO Ragnar Åhgren. Ramudden provides us with an opportunity to show what our vehicles are up for within logistics for construction and contracting, Ragnar Åhgren continues.
Inzile Pro4 is an electric light truck that has been developed with the aim of creating conditions for smart and fossil-free cities. Electric Utility Vehicle (EUV) is a niche segment in the automotive industry that is expected to grow rapidly in the coming years. The customer groups include real estate companies, transport companies and e-retailers that want to eliminate emissions in the cities, as well as municipalities and park administrations.
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