Sevic, the German manufacturer of all-electric light commercial vehicles, has just signed its first distribution agreements in the French market. The strategic partnerships have been signed with three renowned industry leaders: Jean-Lain Mobilité, DMD and Amplitude. Three companies each known for their extensive expertise and performance in the commercial vehicle, zero emission vehicle distribution and urban mobility sectors.

Sevic in France, after being present in Germany, Italy and the U.S.

The addition of Amplitude, DMD and Jean Lain to Sevic’s growing network of global partners, joins the United States, Germany and Italy. These renowned partners will play a central role in the distribution of Sevic’s V500e L7e-CU vehicle.


“Sevic’s strategy is to be as present as possible in the main economic centres,” explained Éric Saint-Frison, a member of Sevic’s board of directors who is helping to launch the brand. “The newly agreed partnerships are based on a classic distribution contract. The aim is to build a small but strong distribution network in France. In other countries, the brand is already established, either in the form of a distribution network or through an importer,”.


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