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AGILITEE ACCELERATES GREEN AGENDA, INTRODUCES ELECTRIC DELIVERY SCOOTER

As the world searches for more smart, clean and eco-friendly options one of the electric vehicles giant and Africa’s Green Revolution pioneer Agilitee has introduced a new delivery scooter called Agilitee LoadMo.

Agilitee touts the three-wheeler scooter a truly  African vehicle as it is developed as an off-road vehicle.

Electric delivery scooter by Agilitee

According to the company 200 kilometres per charge. It uses swappable batteries that can be swapped for full ones within two minutes, and it can load up to 250kg of delivery weight.

Founder of Agilitee, Mandla Lamba, believes the future is green and investments in clean and smart technologies are the only way out for a sustainable future.

“The raw materials used to build this model have strengthened its durability to a degree that it is not easy to damage. Agilitee will unveil the vehicle for the first time on the evening of the 18th of October 2023 at a ‘Red carpet’ event where the company will be celebrating five years in business and the event will be held in Johannesburg, South Africa,” announced Lamba.

The company’s website details that Agilitee is Africa’s first electric vehicles manufacturer and the company became a public company on  1 September 2022. It further highlights that Agilitee Limited has a total issued share capital of 1 billion and the company’s board is chaired by Lori Bishop, an American businesswoman who has been at its helm for a year now.

Goal number seven of the United Nations says by 2030,  there should be enhanced international cooperation to facilitate access to clean energy research and technology. Agilitee said it seeks to fulfil this goal through continuous innovations.

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