Sevic is entering the French market with three dealer groups: Amplitude, DMD, and Jean Lain.
Bochum, Paris 12. July 2023 – Sevic Systems SE, a German manufacturer of light electric vehicles Made in Europe, is pleased to announce the signing of its first distribution contracts in the French market, marking a significant milestone in the company's European expansion strategy. These strategic partnerships have been established with three renowned industry leaders, namely Jean-Lain Mobilité, Groupe DMD, and Groupe Amplitude, each known for their extensive expertise, knowledge, and contributions in the utility vehicle, clean vehicle sales, and urban mobility sectors.
The addition of Amplitude, DMD and Jean Lain to Sevic's growing network of global partners, which already includes the United States, Germany, and Italy, further strengthens the company's foothold in the European market. These esteemed partners will play a pivotal role in the distribution of Sevic's V500e L7e-CU vehicle. Moreover, as Sevic's product range expands in the future, these partnerships will be instrumental in ensuring a broader reach and enhanced accessibility for customers across France. Sevic remains committed to delivering innovative and sustainable transportation solutions, and these strategic distribution partnerships in France reflect the company's dedication to meeting the evolving needs of the market.
"Sevic's strategy is to be present as close as possible to major administrative areas," explains Éric Saint-Frison, a member of the board who is assisting the brand in its roll-out. "This partnership is based on a classic distribution contract. The aim is to achieve a small but powerful network of distributors in France. The brand has already established itself in other countries, either in the form of a distribution network or through an importer."
Sevic anticipates providing a more comprehensive press information in the near future, detailing the significant impact of its distribution contracts in the French market and the strategic partnerships formed.