Netherlands-based multinational automotive manufacturing corporation, Stellantis’ regional unit Stellantis Middle East has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with German multinational conglomerate corporation, Siemens to jointly develop smart electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure technologies for the Middle East region.
The company said that the MoU includes creating packaged solutions for customers, and electrification of Last Mile delivery services in Middle East markets.
According to the statement, “The MoU marks the official launch of the partnership between the two entities through which technologies for electric delivery vehicles will be deployed.”
“With our Dare Forward strategic plans launched globally and in the Middle East and Africa, we are proud to partner with Siemens as we continue our path to full electrification execution and offer advanced technology at affordable prices such as the deployment of EV charging technologies, and expanding our electrification strategy by supplying electric delivery vehicles, as well as providing electrification solutions to our customers.”
Furthermore, the partnership between Siemens and Stellantis Middle East will entail technical workshops, trainings, and joint customer visits, with the aim of driving electrification in the region as the people and governments across the Middle East increasingly focus on protecting the environment.
“We look forward to working with Stellantis Middle East on this important partnership that demonstrates our commitment to supporting sustainability programs across the region. Siemens is proud to be a part of initiatives that embrace an electrical mobility ecosystem and contribute to the net zero targets set by various countries in the Middle East,” said Mr. Helmut von Struve, the Chief Executive Officer of Siemens in the Middle East.