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Electric taxi and van manufacturers LEVC appoints first Netherlands dealer

Updated: Oct 16, 2020

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LEVC (London Electric Vehicle Company) continues its European expansion with the appointment of Stern Lijnden, its first authorized sales and service dealer in the Netherlands.

Stern Lijnden will sell the TX Taxi and TX Shuttle variants from its site that covers the Amsterdam area and LEVC’s new electric van, VN5, will join the range following its European launch in Spring 2021.

Stern Lijnden is the first authorised LEVC dealer in the Netherlands, providing sales and aftersales support to customers in Amsterdam and the surrounding region.

Part of the nationwide Stern dealer group, Stern Lijnden, with LEVC as a key partner, will help local businesses planning to implement ‘shuttle on demand’ services by driving green mobility growth in the region. The introduction of LEVC is also hoped to benefit conventional taxi fleet operators looking to switch to greener vehicles.​

Joerg Hofmann, LEVC CEO, said: “We are pleased to expand our official dealer network into another key European market with the appointment of Stern Lijnden, a highly experienced and professional automotive business in the Netherlands.

“The LEVC brand can now be introduced to a range of Dutch business owners who are keen to make the shift to greener mobility operations.  It’s also another important milestone as we continue our export strategy to operate in 21 countries by the end of 2021​.”​

Jasper Boxem, Site Manager at Stern Lijnden, said: At Stern we believe that mobility is a primary necessity for life, and that people prefer individual mobility. Nothing provides a sense of freedom like deciding the time and location of departure and planning your own route.

“LEVC is a great addition to our product portfolio and offers a barrier-free mobility with its TX model. With the upcoming launch of the VN5 we will be able to offer a light commercial vehicle equipped to handle the needs of a commercial customer as well as the environmental agenda of urban areas.”


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