Join hands!Byd wins Hungary’s largest order for pure electric buses


On April 1 (Local time), BYD announced that it has won another order for 48 12-meter electric buses from Volanbusz, Hungary’s largest public transport operator, which is the largest order byd has won for electric buses in Hungary to date.The vehicles are expected to be delivered by the end of this year and will be in operation in five Hungarian cities.The signing ceremony was attended by Laszlo Palkovics, Hungarian Minister of Innovation and Technology, Laszlo Vigh, Hungarian Member of Parliament, Zoltan Balaicz, Mayor of Zorogseg, Zoltan Pafferi, President and CEO of Volanbusz Group and representatives of BYD.The 12-meter pure electric bus of this order is byd’s flagship model in Europe, which will be produced by BYD’s Hungarian factory to provide quality employment opportunities for the local people.Laszlo Palkovics, Hungary’s Minister of Innovation and Technology, said: “As a pioneer in energy conservation and emission reduction in Europe, Hungary has always supported the development of the new energy vehicle industry, and it is expected that another 350 electric buses will join the fleet in the future to provide green bus services.”Laszlo Vigh, Member of the Hungarian Parliament, said, “We are happy to have more BYD electric buses in Hungary. The zero-emission bus fleet not only provides a healthier living environment for local residents, but also helps us achieve our goal of ‘climate neutrality’ by 2050.”Zoltan Pafferi, President and CEO of Volanbusz Group, said, “With the addition of BYD all-electric buses, Jeer will become the city with the second largest all-electric bus fleet in Hungary.In the future, we will invest in more pure electric buses and charging infrastructure to create a public transport system with both economic and environmental benefits.”Javier Contijoch, VICE President of Bus Sales, BYD Europe LLC, said, “We are honored to once again join hands with Volanbusz to provide a zero-emission green mobility service in Hungary.Byd’s Hungarian plant is an excellent example of China-Hungary friendship and cooperation, and will continue to drive the booming development of Hungary’s new energy vehicle industry.”

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