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AEVERSA announced that it would attend this year’s Futuroad Expo from 7 to 10 June at the Johannesburg Expo Centre. Futuroad is the perfect business platform for the Truck, Bus, and Commercial Vehicle Body sectors, providing networking opportunities to showcase the industry’s latest trends, products and innovations.
AEVERSA (Applied Electric Vehicle Energy Reticulation Systems Africa), a pioneer in the new-energy transport market, will showcase its products and services at the expo. Its executives will present insightful data to conference-goers and participate in panel discussions.
AEVERSA aims to accelerate the transition of conventional Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) transport fleets into electric-powered fleets. It is a turnkey operation that consults the industry on the best ways to convert to battery-electric vehicles to realise massive savings in energy and transportation cost.
The company offers a “complete solution” from specifying the required vehicles to planning and installing ecosystems comprising charging infrastructure, solar arrays and stationary energy storage. Its product offering includes an advanced management system, maintenance and flexible financing options for infrastructure, charging systems and vehicles.
“Over the past year, we have made tremendous progress promoting our business model to key players in the local transport sector. This expo presents the ideal platform for us to continue showcasing our company to the public and industry representatives,” says Rick Franz, CEO of AEVERSA.
The company will display its current ECV (Electric Commercial Vehicle) truck range comprising two different configurations of its JAC N55 EV battery-electric trucks. It will also unveil its new battery-electric panel van at 10:00 from Tuesday to Friday in Hall 5, stand A24. It is suggested that people who want first-hand information from the company’s executives contact Ayn Stratton at +27 10 880 8452 to ensure a personalised experience and book test drives and demos after the expo.
“The constant rise in the fuel price and increased maintenance cost of traditional ICE vehicles will negatively impact the total cost of ownership, making our product solutions particularly relevant in modern-day transport,” concludes Franz.
The public is invited to visit them in Hall 5, stand A24, to learn more about the company and its product offering.
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