French firm NAVYA signs distribution deal with Saudi Arabia’s Electromin

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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France-based autonomous mobility systems leader, NAVYA has signed a distribution agreement with Saudi Arabian e-Mobility company, Electromin in order to promote and expand its products and services in the Middle East region.

This collaboration will allow NAVYA and Electromin to meet the specific needs of the local market through tailored turnkey offers, covering all necessary services, from vehicle rental to after-sales services.

“Through this distribution agreement, Electromin will offer all of NAVYA’s solutions with the help of a dedicated team, fully trained by NAVYA in the promotion and sale of autonomous systems for the transportation of people and goods,” according to the statement.

Electromin will also provide pre- and post-sales support, ensuring the best possible partner and customer experience through local service that meets the expectations of a demanding market.

Kalyana Sivagnanam
Kalyana Sivagnanam
CEO – Electromin

“We are very pleased to partner with NAVYA in the distribution of their products and services to offer our many customers in the Gulf Arab States and MENA region a reliable autonomous mobility offer adapted to their sustainable transportation challenges and the cities of the future. This agreement strengthens our current portfolio and extends our position in the value chain of a sector in high demand. Electromin is a company focused on the future of mobility and we are convinced that NAVYA autonomous systems are part of it. Together, we have everything we need to deploy NAVYA shuttles, Charlatte Autonom Tracts and autonomous driving packages equipped with NAVYA Drive autonomous driving software and NAVYA Operate supervision on a very large scale.”

Ms. Sophie Desormière, CEO of NAVYA said that, “We are delighted to strengthen our strategic and commercial partnership with Electromin, which will provide us with new growth opportunities and a strong dynamic in a strategic territory for NAVYA and Charlatte Autonom. Our non-exclusive collaboration with Electromin is a major step in our international development and represents a formidable lever to accelerate our deployment projects for the transportation of people and goods.”

“With already 75 percent of the autonomous transportation market share in the Gulf Arab States, this agreement reflects NAVYA’s leadership position in a market with very high potential and our desire to continue to develop in this market by exploiting all the growth avenues available to us and expanding our collaboration with all the partners that will enable us to achieve our goals,” Ms. Desormière added.

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