Turkish company exports electric buses to Sweden

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The Turkish company “Temsa” announced today, Friday, that it has exported the first shipment of its electric buses, which were developed by the company’s engineers and manufactured in its facilities, to Sweden.

According to a statement issued by the company, on Friday, that engineers from the company have developed and manufactured 6 “MD9 electriCITY” electric buses at its facilities in the state of Adana, and sent them to Sweden.

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He explained that the buses are expected to arrive in the Okero area near Gothenburg, Sweden, in the coming days, as they will enter service in the internal transport of the city’s municipality in a short time.

According to Anadolu Agency, Temsa Board Director Gawdat Alamdar expressed his “pride and happiness in what Turkish engineers produce, and that he will see Temsa branded products traveling on the Swedish road.”

“This export is considered a very important step, and a turning point not only for Themsa, but also for our country’s economy and Turkish industry,” Alamdar added.

Source: “Anatolia”





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