E-Motion Concepts electrifies pizza deliveries

The buzz surrounding MTAiQ client E-Motion Concepts (eMC) is about to become a bit louder after the company’s iLark Cargo e-scooters were chosen by Domino’s Pizza Enterprises for their pizza deliveries across Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

The iLark, a three-wheel scooter, makes use of a dual-wheel-front steering to provide a safer off-road journey for passengers. With a top-speed of 25km/h and range of 35km, the iLark is perfect for delivering pizzas to nearby locations in short amounts of time.

The vehicle was developed along with two other scooters, the iTango and iTank through eMC’s Electric Mobility Solutions business unit, representing eMC’s move into the personal first and last mile transport sector.

eMC is an urban transport solutions company based in Brisbane focusing on efficient, clean first and last mile transport solutions for goods and people.

Founded just four years ago by Wolfgang Roffmann, the company has delivered a fleet of battery-powered vehicle solutions to numerous transport issues in urban environments, like the iLark. These include CT-KARGO and CT-KUBE commercial transport vehicles, as well as the iTank and iTango.

The iLark, along with all other eMC models, are fully compliant with state and federal requirements and legislations, allowing them to be used legally in Queensland.

Each vehicle comes with access to various software platforms to optimise efficiency through route planning integrations and perform even smarter pizza deliveries.

Being an urban transport solutions provider, eMC hopes to assist more businesses like Dominos transition to cleaner energy smart technology in the near future as cities continue to urbanise and the need for clean, efficient first and last mile transport options becomes more apparent.

Source: EVtalk.com.au | Electric pizza delivery in Queensland

22 May 2020

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