ENERGICA bosses have struck commercial agreements on two halves of the globe as they strike deals with Oliver Mader GmbH and RYDU.
Essen-based dealer Oliver Mader, based in the Ruhr Area, is surrounded by the largest metropolitan region in Germany with more than 5 millions inhabitants, which Energica’s Area Sales Manager Gerhard Ziegler believes is a hotbed for electric motorcycle growth.
“The Essen area provides an ideal location to cultivate forward-looking mobility developments, such as electric two-wheelers and, in particular, the high-performance electric motorcycles from Energica.,” he said.
Oliver Mader is an associated E-Motorstore dealer, a dedicated retail specialist for electric motorcycles with whom Energica signed as a partner earlier this year.
On the far east front, the Italian firm has officially cracked the Asia-Pacific market thanks to a new arrangement with dealer RYDU.
Located in Hong Kong, RYDU has two showrooms in Kowloon with one dedicated solely to electric bikes, which Energica’s Sales and Field Marketing Director Giacomo Leone admitted is a vital part of the company’s growth plan.
“Hong Kong is a key market for Energica in the Far East,” he said. “With this new agreement, Energica starts a new path for the development of the Asia-Pacific network and in Hong Kong.
“The city has one of the highest volumes of electric vehicles and charging stations based per head of population thanks also to Government incentives and first registration tax waived – which will make Energica the best option for Hong Kong riders.”