In Pakistan, a joint venture (JV) involving Chinese and Pakistani firms would build electric two- and three-wheelers.
Therefore, The deal should boost the local economy, cut carbon emissions, and promote environmentally friendly transportation.
However in April, Chinese E-vehicle manufacturer Benling Group, Chinese battery manufacturer Dongjin Group, and Pakistani automaker Crown Group formed a joint venture to deliver electric mobility solutions to Pakistan.
For public transportation in Pakistan, two- and three-wheelers are used.
Electric Vehicles Need In Pakistan
Therefore, the EV vehicles that will be developed are expected to address the growing need for efficient and environmentally friendly transportation in densely populated urban areas with significant traffic and air pollution.
However, Dongjin Pakistan General Manager Hu Ge told China Economic Net that the first batch of materials, batteries, and equipment for the production of electric two- and three-wheelers will arrive in Pakistan next week after customs clearance.
The joint venture partners want their EVs to meet worldwide quality requirements at their manufacturing factory in an industrial zone near Karachi.
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