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KAMAZ will deliver another 200 electric buses to Moscow

21 January 2020

KAMAZ won another tender for the delivery of 200 electric buses to Moscow. They must be delivered during 2020 and will provide their service for 15 years.

The company won the tender announced by Mosgortrans and will deliver the equipment at the initial price stated by the customer. According to the technical specification, the warranty period for electric buses will be at least four years; the capacity must be at least 85 people with 30 seats for passengers. On the left side of the electric bus, the supplier will place the coat of arms of Moscow, on the right – the logo of Mosgortrans. The manufacturer will also fulfill a number of other customer requirements.

Delivery of KAMAZ electric buses to Moscow is planned in several batches until August 31 of this year. The first batch of ten new-generation vehicles will be shipped in February.

KAMAZ entered the Moscow market for the first time with electric-powered passenger transport in 2018: the company won a tender for the delivery of the first 100 electric buses and 31 charging stations to the capital. In addition, the manufacturer has fully assumed the maintenance of all KAMAZ electric buses and charging infrastructure for 15 years from the date of delivery. In 2019, the company transferred another 100 electric buses and 38 charging stations to the city.

Today there are already 19 routes in Moscow that are used by KAMAZ electric buses. Every day, eco-friendly transport carries about 150 thousand passengers.