Swvl partners with German government at G7 summit to power all-electric-
request for shuttles for 2,500 media representatives
Swvl Holdings Corp (“Swvl” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: SWVL), a global provider of transformative transit technology solutions, today announced that door2door – a Swvl company, the mobility platform at strong growth Germany-based Swvl, launched a new concept of all-electric on-demand shuttles, which was used to transport 2,500 media representatives to and from the G7 summit, held in Elmau, Germany.
The goal is to ensure the highest level of sustainability while maintaining maximum safety and security. The project was preceded by analyses, planning and simulations, including the development of a flexible charging infrastructure.
“Sustainable shared mobility on demand with a fleet of electric shuttles is the basis of our new concept,” explains Maxim Nohroudi, CEO of door2door. ‘The new mobility concept presented at the G7 summit in Elmau demonstrates innovation ‘Made in Germany’. Even for complex use cases such as an international summit with the highest requirements, we can provide reliable and modern solutions for mobility.
door2door – a Swvl company, was acquired earlier this year by Swvl, which alongside the acquisitions of Urbvan, Volt Lines, Viapool and Shotl has expanded its footprint to >135 cities in >20 countries with >500 TaaS contracts and SaaS.
Swvl is a global provider of transformative technology transit solutions, offering intercity, intracity, B2B and B2G transportation in 115 cities in 18 countries. The Company’s platform provides free semi-private alternatives to public transportation for people who cannot access or afford private options. Every day, Swvl’s parallel transit systems get people where they want, when they want – making mobility safer, more efficient, accessible and environmentally friendly. Customers can book their rides on an easy-to-use proprietary app with various payment options and 24/7 access to high-quality private buses and vans. Swvl was co-founded by Mostafa Kandil, who launched Carmudi in the Philippines, which became the country’s largest car classifieds platform in just six months. He then served as Chief Operating Officer of Rocket Internet. In 2016, Kandil joined Careem, a ride-sharing company and the Middle East’s first unicorn, where he launched services in several new markets.
For more information on Swvl, please visit www.swvl.com.
About door2door – a Swvl company
Every day, door2door transports citizens safely, reliably and ecologically to their destination. We serve governments, institutions and businesses around the world. Our goal is modern public transport
- as comfortable as his private car. By doing so, we want to reduce the number of cars, reduce emissions, reduce congestion and create new spaces in the city that will improve the quality of life for citizens. We provide modern, innovative public transport on-demand shared mobility, electric mobility and fully autonomous, we bring all mobility options together in one application, we analyze, plan and simulate everything with our award-winning technology.
For more information about door2door, please visit www.door2door.io.