Vmoto Limited (VMT), a global scooter manufacturing and distribution group specialising in high quality “green” electric powered scooters, is pleased to announce that it has signed an exclusive manufacturing and supply agreement with E-Tropolis GmbH in Germany.
E-Tropolis is a prestigious electric vehicle company based in Germany and is engaged in marketing, distributing and selling electric scooters, electric bicycles and solar carport system worldwide and is part of a large Solar Business Group in Germany. It has a clear aim of “zero emissions” and currently has 4 models of electric scooter available in the market through its dealership network in Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Bulgaria, Hungary, Czech Republic and Switzerland.
Charles Chen, Managing Director of Vmoto, commented: “This agreement with E-tropolis is another significant marketing and dollar contract for Vmoto and just goes to emphasise yet again our competitive edge when it comes to tender for new business. The discussions with E-Tropolis have been ongoing for some time and the two groups have worked closely together to ensure the standard and quality of electric scooters to be produced match E-tropolis’ high standards for their customers. We look forward to a long and successful relationship with them.”
Vmoto is a global scooter manufacturing and distribution group. The Company specialises in high quality “green” electric powered scooters and manufactures a range of western designed electric (and some petrol) scooters from its low cost manufacturing facilities in Nanjing, China, marketed in Europe through its operation in Barcelona, Spain and marketed outside Europe through its operations in Australia. Vmoto combines low cost Chinese manufacturing capabilities with European design. The group operates through two primary brands: Vmoto (aimed at the value market in Asia) and E-Max (targeting the Western markets, with a premium end product). As well as operating under its own brands, the Company also sells to a number of customers on an original equipment manufacturer (“OEM”) basis.