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By Staff Writer - April 12, 2017

Photo : © Charly Gallo/Communications Department
Photo: Minister Gramaglia next to Patrice Cellario, Minister of the Interior. Photo, © Charly Gallo/Communications Dept.

Six new electric vehicles for La Poste Monaco have been handed over to Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, Minister of Public Works, Environment and Urban Planning, during the EVER salon at the Grimaldi Forum.

The vehicles included four Renault Kangoo Maxi ZEs, one Quadeo Ligier and one Staby Ligier. The keys were presented by Christophe Martinet, Sales and Marketing Director of Véhiposte.

Created in 2006, Véhiposte is the long-term leasing subsidiary responsible for the financing and management of La Poste vehicles, a 100 percent subsidiary of the La Poste Group. The fleet in all of France comprises 48,000 light commercial vehicles, 4,000 passenger cars, 15,000 scooters (50 and 125 cc) and 350 heavy goods vehicles. At present, La Poste Monaco has a fleet of 51 vehicles, including 31 electric vehicles.

 

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