The first 60 Kamaz electric buses have been assembled in Moscow

The first 60 Kamaz electric buses have been assembled in Moscow


 

RusAutoNewsCom.- 60 units Kamaz electric buses have been assembled at the Sokolnichesky Automobile Repair and Construction Plant in Moscow and delivered to Mosgortrans State Unitary Enterprise (SUE), as reported by Kamaz press office.

The finishing production of the new buses was launched on the premises of the Sokolnichesky Automobile Repair and Construction Plant Svarz in Moscow in April. The first assembled vehicles started cruising on the streets of the capital at the beginning of June. Currently, there are 60 Moscow assembly Kamaz electric buses on the routes of the city.

“We are under the obligation to deliver 350 new buses, in accordance with the terms of the fourth contract signed with Mosgortrans SUE. 200 innovative electric buses have already been manufactured as part of this order, 60 of which were assembled directly in Moscow on the basis of Svarz. The rest of the vehicles were produced at Nefaz, a subsidiary of Kamaz in Bashkortostan” – as told by Andrei Dolganov, the director of the Promotion of Passenger Electric Transport Unit. “Thereby, a total number of 750 new buses will be available for passenger transport in Moscow. We are proud of the results and hope that the figure will keep on increasing in the future”.

Kamaz electric buses are manufactured on the basis of Svarz in Moscow, in the most environmentally-friendly way in Russia. The entire operation is carried out with zero emission in the workshop. The production of electric buses directly in the capital provides advantage in the reduction of delivery, assembly and maintenance times of the electric vehicles, as well as savings on logistics, alongside the ecological benefits.