A collaboration between Chinese and Pakistani companies, including electric vehicle manufacturer Benling Group, battery manufacturer Dongjin Group, and Pakistan’s Crown Group, is poised to introduce electric two-wheelers and three-wheelers to Pakistan’s transportation scene.
These vehicles, integral to the country’s mobility infrastructure, are being promoted to address environmental concerns and cater to the increasing demand for sustainable transport options in urban areas plagued by traffic congestion and pollution.
Gearing Up for Production and Enhancing Local Employment
Hu Ge, the General Manager of Dongjin Pakistan, has announced that the necessary materials and equipment for electric vehicle production are set to arrive soon, with the initial batch of vehicles anticipated for launch later this month or by early September.
Situated near Karachi, the production facility emphasizes meeting international quality criteria. Recognizing the pivotal role of batteries in dictating an electric vehicle’s efficiency and environmental footprint, the joint venture has engineered a battery surpassing Chinese standards to match Pakistan’s unique road conditions.
This endeavour is about eco-friendly transportation and fostering local employment opportunities through establishing a robust supply chain and after-sales service network.