Kazakhstan’s Kangaroo Electro Asia to Produce Electric Trucks

Kazakhstan’s Kangaroo Electro Asia to Produce Electric Trucks
The company will produce popular J2-P models: van, refrigerator and pickup. (Photo: kapital.kz)

Kazakhstan's Kangaroo Electro Asia is preparing to produce electric trucks, which will be sold under the Kangaroo Electro brand, business information center kapital.kz reported last Monday, citing a statement by the company's co-founder Yuri Kurbakovsky.

The cars will have a range of 150 to 180 kilometers on a single battery charge, and a reinforced battery will allow them to travel up to 320 kilometers. Production of the cars can be deployed within a month, emphasized Yuri Kurbakovsky.

The company plans to start production with a minimum capacity of 20 vehicles per month but has received a proposal from potential investors to install a conveyor with a capacity of 100 units per month.

The company will produce the most popular J2-P models: van, refrigerator (with artificial cooling system), and pickup. Utility vehicles and passenger single-seater models will be customized.

Kangaroo Electro Asia is a company that has been authorized to produce and sell its products in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan. The company plans to expand its production in the future and target delivery services, logistics networks, postal services, private entrepreneurs, and companies specializing in urban transportation.