London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC) opens for business in Poland

LEVC (London Electric Vehicle Company) is announcing its entrance into the Polish commercial vehicle and taxi markets. It has appointed an exclusive dealer partner in the country, Polish Electric Vehicle Company (PEVC). Located in the cities of Warsaw, Poznań and Szczecin, the dealer group will provide full sales and after sales support across three sites for LEVC’s electric TX taxi, TX Shuttle and new electric van, VN5.

This news comes after LEVC arrived in both Austria and Hungary. PEVC is part of one of the largest dealer groups in Poland is fully dedicated to the LEVC brand. The three dealer sites are geographically placed to serve new LEVC customers in Poznan, Szczecin and the country’s capital city, Warsaw.

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Joerg Hofmann, LEVC CEO, said: “Our launch into the Polish market is another important step in LEVC’s export strategy as we continue to expand our business outside of the UK. We plan to have more than 30 European sales and service partners in place by the end of this year.

“There is growing demand for e-mobility products across Europe and Poland is no exception. We look forward to working with our new dealer partner to introduce the LEVC brand and products to customers across the country.”

Błażej Mrugalski, founder of Polish Electric Vehicle Company, said: “Polish Electric Vehicle Company is excited to represent LEVC in Poland. We respect LEVC as a manufacturer of premium quality electric vehicles, which ties in closely to the values of our dealership.

“We know that there is a demand for range extender LCV and taxi vehicles in Poland. As a result, we are confident that LEVC’s new, innovative products will fit perfectly into our portfolio.”

Martin Rada, Managing Director of LEVC Europe, said: “We are pleased to work with Polish Electric Vehicle Company to establish our presence at the start of the electric vehicle uptake in Poland. LEVC offers innovative, high quality, purpose-built vehicles and we are confident that our electric taxi and van will prove popular with Polish customers.”

Ian Osborne
Ian Osborne
Editor-in-Chief at ElectricDrives

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