New Enex E-Pro system for electromobility will be implemented for Transcacom – Energy Magazine

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The cargo transport company will use nine Enex E-Pro cards for Transcacom electric vans operating in the Metropolitan Region, which will be able to access the charging stations installed at Shell service stations.

Santiago de Chile.- Enex SA, Shell’s licensee in Chile, signed an alliance with Transcacom Ltda, a national cargo transportation company.

This client joins the Enex E-Pro charging network, becoming the first to use this charging card system in last-mile electric vehicles operated by the fuel distributor.

The agreement contemplates the delivery of nine Enex E-Pro cards for Transcacom electric vans operating in the Metropolitan Region, which will be able to access the Enex charging stations installed at Shell service stations.

Enex’s New-E deputy manager, Pablo Caulier, explained that “the Enex E-Pro card includes benefits for its users, such as preferential prices and periodic fleet reports. The experience has been positive, simplifying the charging process, fleet management, and in this way continue contributing to electromobility and decarbonization.”

For his part, Transcacom’s distribution manager, Felipe Muñoz Cares, commented that “the experience of our alliance with Enex has been very good, the dispensers work well, the backup with the company’s administrative area has been perfect, sending us reports and information periodically. These months of joint work have been fruitful and the agreement brought a solution to our need for charging points”.

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