Turk­ish com­pany lever­ag­ing elec­tric rev­o­lu­tion

Dünya Executive - - BUSINESS - AYSEL YUCEL

CDMMo­bil, a new gen­er­a­tion elec­tric util­ity ve­hi­cle pro­ducer, fo­cuses on growth abroad as well as en­hanc­ing co­op­er­a­tion with large cor­po­rate com­pa­nies and mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties in Turkey. The com­pany, which ex­ports elec­tric ser­vice ve­hi­cles to Aus­tralia and Ger­many, aims to go global with its Trag­ger brand. The com­pany de­liv­ered a 100 per­cent elec­tric waste trans­port ve­hi­cle to the Syd­ney Mu­nic­i­pal­ity in Aus­tralia in July and sent an­other ve­hi­cle to Ger­many for test­ing.

With 30 years of ex­pe­ri­ence in de­sign and en­gi­neer­ing in the au­to­mo­tive sec­tor, CDMMo­bil man­u­fac­tures a new gen­er­a­tion of elec­tric util­ity ve­hi­cles for large cor­po­rate en­ter­prises and mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties rang­ing from hote­liers to lo­gis­ti­cians, from air­ports to hospi­tals. The 100 per­cent elec­tric Trag­ger Next Gen­er­a­tion Ser­vice Ve­hi­cle con­sists of three dif­fer­ent se­ries: Pro­fes­sional, Lo­gis­tics, and Trans­fer. The Trans­fer Se­ries, which is used as a ser­vice ve­hi­cle in gen­eral pur­pose hu­man trans­porta­tion like parks, gar­dens, cam­puses and tourist fa­cil­i­ties with its 2.4 and 6 seater ver­sions, can also be used as an am­bu­lance ser­vice, se­cu­rity, car­riage of peo­ple from car parks and main­te­nance team ve­hi­cle for fac­to­ries.

The lat­est prod­uct of this se­ries, the T-Car, was in­tro­duced to the pub­lic for the first time at Te­knofest in Is­tan­bul last week. The Pro­fes­sional Se­ries is pre­ferred in ar­eas such as waste wa­ter col­lec­tion and gar­den-land­scape main­te­nance, freight trans­port with open and closed boxes, garbage col­lec­tion, scis­sor lifts, wa­ter or fuel tankers, fire­fight­ing and lad­dered main­te­nance ve­hi­cles. The Lo­gis­tics Se­ries is also used for tow truck pur­poses.

Saf­fet Cak­mak, Co-Founder of CDMMo­bil, em­pha­sized that the num­ber of cus­tomers in­creased rapidly in Turkey and that they ac­cel­er­ated their mar­ket­ing ef­forts abroad. “We want to serve the world with our en­vi­ron­men­tally-friendly, high-qual­ity ve­hi­cles equipped with the lat­est tech­nol­ogy,” he said. “We aim to be a global brand with our 100 per­cent do­mes­tic tech­nol­ogy.” Sales abroad will be done through their com­pa­nies in Ger­many, he added.

Cak­mak noted that the T-Car, a trans­fer car the com­pany has just re­leased, has drawn con­sid­er­able in­ter­est in the mar­ket. “We espe­cially ex­pect in­ter­est from tourism towns and ho­tels for T-Car ve­hi­cles. We are in con­tact with An­talya and Bo­drum mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties,” he said. Cak­mak also un­der­lined that the T-Car is 30 per­cent more af­ford­able than im­ported ver­sions.

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