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Gaussin to supply 70 tonne driverless electric vehicles to Russia

Gaussin to supply 70 tonne driverless electric vehicles to Russia

Gaussin has signed an agreement with the Port of Bronka, Russia, to supply it with 70 tonne driverless electric vehicles.

The port, which is located on the Baltic coast 40 km away from Saint Petersburg, has an annual freight capacity of 25 tonnes.

With the new vehicles, the Port of Bronka aims to improve the efficiency of its container flows while also addressing the requirements of sustainable development by opting for a fully electric solution.

The agreement, the financial terms of which have not been disclosed, was signed at the Franco-Russian Economic, Financial, Industrial and Trade Council held in Moscow on December 10, 2019.