Sevic is participating in Italian exhibition Ecomondo in Rimini, from November 8 to 11. The e-vehicle manufacturer introduced its new Vk3 electric vehicle for waste disposal. The basis for the Sevic Vk3 is the V500e, a compact electric commercial vehicle of the L7e-CU class, ideal for use in the narrow streets of the cities around the Mediterranean. The vehicle is built in Europe and consists mainly of parts of European origin. Sevic’s corporate headquarters are located in Bochum, Germany. Thanks to near- and reshoring, Sevic has access to a stable supply chain and an excellent spare parts supply.

Sevic Vk3 electric vehicle

In the case of the Sevic Vk3, the vehicle has been combined with a tank that can be tilted and tipped – perfect for the collection of waste in narrow alleys and in places that are inaccessible to large refuse collection vehicles and afterwards the unloading of this waste afterwards in bigger trucks. Users can choose between many different superstructures. Variants include boxes with different options, such as sliding, rolling or folding doors, are available.

“Ecomondo is considered one of the most important trend monitors for new solutions around the big topic of sustainability”, said Roberto Quaranta, CEO of VEM Green, the Italian marketer of Sevic vehicles. “We are all the more pleased that we have received such positive feedback on our vehicles”.


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