Gaussin and Nexport Zero Emission Transport have announced an exclusive partnership for 20 years focused on locally assembling and supplying zero emission vehicles in Australia and New Zealand. According to the official release, the overall investment of the joint venture will be worth around 10 million euro. The agreement «strengthens Nexport’s capability and uniquely positions Nexport to procure, assemble and supply a range of zero emission vehicles to a portfolio of zero emission prime movers, airport transporters and refuellers, electric buses, hydrogen powered generators and a range of other vehicles».
Gaussin and Nexport, the last of several partnerships
The French manufacturer Gaussin has been looking for valuable partnership to boost its own business. The one with Microvast, announced back in June, was addressed to battery supply for the skateboards made by the French company. The one with Pininfarina was of course focused on the design of the road trucks fueled by alternative propulsions. Gaussin has developed some more strategic partnerships with major global players in order to accelerate its commercial penetration: Siemens Postal, Parcel & Airport Logistics in the airport field, Bolloré Ports and ST Engineering in ports and Bluebus for people mobility.
Nexport promotes and delivers zero emission solutions across all modalities of the transport of people and goods of ‘clean-tech’ technologies in a wide range of transport solutions promoting a cleaner and greener environment and assures a sustainable deployment and long lifecycle of the solutions sold. The company offers a zero emission eco-system based on operational excellence for solution providers to enter targeted markets supporting the ‘entry to the market’ from the design and engineering phase all the way up to delivery, warranty, contract management and after sales.