TEMSA won the electric vehicle tender held in Druskininkai, Lithuania. 9 MD9 electriCities, which have been signed with the Municipality of Druskininkai, will be on their way to serve in the city's public transportation activities in the coming days. The goal of the municipality, which has accelerated its environmental activities to zero carbon emissions, is to increase the number of electric buses in its fleet in a short time.
TEMSA continues to consolidate its power in the European market with new tenders. The company, which offers modern solutions to cities, finally became the company that beat its global competitors in the electric bus tender held in Druskininkai, Lithuania. The company, which made a verbal agreement with Druskininkai Municipality for 9 9 meters MD9 electriCity vehicles developed by TEMSA engineers and produced at the company's facilities in Adana, will deliver the vehicles to the city for use in public transportation activities in the coming days.
25 VEHICLES ELECTRIC PROJECT IS ON THE AGENDA
Making evaluations on the subject, Hakan Koralp, TEMSA Deputy General Manager of Sales and Marketing, pointed out that TEMSA has started to have a greater say in the European market for electric vehicles, and said, “Lithuania is one of the important countries for us in this sense. It zamWe have delivered over 165 vehicles so far. Now, we are very happy to set an example for the 'smart cities' vision with our electric vehicles. Druskininkai is one of the leading cities with its innovative and environmentalist activities. Negotiations continue for 25 electric vehicle projects for the upcoming period. We reinforce our position in the region by increasing the number of vehicles with our new agreements.”