Ebusco expands its Swedish footprint

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Svealandstrafiken has ordered 64 Ebusco 3.0 13.5-metre buses.


Ebusco has signed a new contract with Swedish operator Svealandstrafiken for up to 64 buses. The contract comprises 23 Ebusco 3.0 13.5-metre buses to be delivered in the second half of 2024, and an option to purchase a further 41. Head of Sustainability & Procurement at Svealandstrafiken Martina Lindblom Alanko said: “Sustainability is close to our heart and a natural part of our business. As a bus operator, we strive for all our vehicles to have the lowest environmental impact. Ebusco’s innovative bus fits perfectly with our ambition to reduce our climate and environmental footprint and the Ebusco 3.0 has once again proven to be the obvious choice on our road to zero emission. By introducing electric buses in regional transport, we are taking a further step towards completely emission-free public transport.”

Jonas Helsner, Sales Director for the Nordic region at Ebusco, added: “We are delighted to continue our collaboration with Svealandstrafiken with an order of up to 64 buses. The fact that this is their third order for Ebusco 3.0 buses in a year is proof that we are not only the most sustainable choice but also perfectly suited for the Scandinavian climate. Together we can fulfil our common goal to make zero-emission the new standard in Sweden and we’re looking forward to seeing the first Ebusco 3.0 on the road in Örebro.”