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NZ EV Manufacturer at Automechanika 2014

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Available for immediate release – 14 September 2014


NZ EV Manufacturer at Automechanika 2014

New Zealand based electric vehicle manufacturer ZEV is attending Automechanika in Frankfurt 16-20 September 2014.

Automechanika is the largest and most successful automotive trade fair in the world.

Located in Hall 10 site B56, ZEV is at the Trade Show to promote their range of electric trucks and the associated driveline, electronics and accessories, and to meet vehicle operators and other original equipment manufacturers who could benefit through their expertise and technology.

Based in the lower North Island, Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV) is a company that delivers electric energy systems to the world. ZEV designs and builds electric drive products primarily for the heavy commercial road transport fleet.

Please visit our website to view information on the Product we are representing at Automechanika.

For anyone who is unable to attend but would like to talk to ZEV about their products contact

Automechanika reference:


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