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Chery Electric Buses Arrive at A Border Town in Southwest China for Operation
Summarize：On April 13, a batch of Chery WD6815BEVG17 electric buses officially started operation under the management of Ji...
On April 13, a batch of Chery WD6815BEVG17 electric buses officially started operation under the management of Jinkongque Transport & Transportation Co., Ltd. (hereafter referred to as Jinkongque) in Mohan, a border town in Southwest China’s Yunnan Province. These zero-emission new buses travel between Mohan Port of Entry and Mohan High-Speed Railway Station, providing more convenient and more comfortable transportation services for tourists from both home and abroad.
With a medium size, Chery WD6815BEVG17 electric bus is particularly designed for urban-rural bus routes and secondary urban bus routes. Its monocoque body structure allows it to cut its body weight and thus achieve even higher energy efficiency. On board, one of the most eye-catching features is its brighter colors, which certainly make travel more pleasant for passengers. Thanks to its unique design of the chairs’ feet, it is more convenient for cleaning.
In addition, Chery WD6815BEVG17 electric bus boasts spacious room and generates little noise while in operation. Starting up smoothly, it helps cities effectively fight against air pollution and ensures the safe and fast flow of people.
As a small town located at the border between China and Laos, Mohan is at the south tip of Yunnan Province, bordering Laos and Myanmar. With Mohan Port of Entry, Lancang-Mekong Waterways, Jinghong Port, Mohan Town is strategically important in cross-border trade.
With its electric buses in operation in Mohan, Chery is committed to promoting greener public transportation and more sustainable economic development.