A relevant new framework agreement for electric utility vehicles came into force on 1 June 2021. Inzile is party to the agreement, which covers electric utility vehicles designed for use in parks and green spaces, property management and similar applications.
“The Inzile Pro4 is an electric load carrier that we have developed in consultation with municipalities and similar organisations, a vehicle that is fully geared to the work it needs to perform. It is quiet, strong and comes in a choice of configurations,” says Carsten Jörgensen, Product & Procurement Manager of Inzile.
Inzile has a vision of the sustainable city, a city where traffic is emission-free and near silent. Our contribution is to accelerate the transition to electric. We want to play our part and make a difference by not only improving quality of life for residents, but above all, to help our planet.
“We know that there is tremendous demand for this type of vehicle and we are especially pleased to be part of this framework agreement which really simplifies the purchasing process,” says Jörgensen. “We are very proud of developing an electric vehicle that is so versatile but without compromising on driver safety and comfort. The vehicles are also made in Sweden!”
Adda Inköpscentral completed the procurement. The switch to climate-smart vehicle fleets will help meet the sustainability challenges of contracting authorities.
Check out our Swedish film about how municipalities use our Pro4 today: Sundbyberg municipality and Inzile