Inzile wins procurement from Swedish Municipality Ängelholm

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Inzile has won a procurement through a second competitive tendering on Swedish Adda’s framework agreement for electric vehicles. The contract concerns four (4) Inzile Pro4 light trucks at a value of SEK 1.25 million for Ängelholm Municipality.

The vehicles will be delivered in Q4 2022. With this order Inzile strengthens its market position in the Skåne region, in the south of Sweden.

– Winning this procurement shows again that we have an in-demand product with the right features and performance, says Carsten Jörgensen, Nordic Sales Manager at Inzile. We are grateful for the trust and look forward to contributing to the electrification within Ängelholm Municipality, concludes Carsten Jörgensen.

For further information, please contact:

Carsten Jörgensen, Nordic Sales Manager Inzile,, +46 73 370 37 13

Peter Wergens, CFO Inzile,, +46 73 325 75 04

About Inzile

Inzile is a Swedish tech company manufacturing intelligent electrically powered vehicles as well as creating modern transport and service solutions for a sustainable community. The company’s vision is to liberate the world from emission of fossil fuels and to accelerate the climate efforts by contributing to sustainable cities that improve quality of life.

Inzile was founded in 2012 based on a strong will to secure a future climate friendly utility vehicle sector. The team consists of some of Scandinavia’s foremost authorities related to electrical vehicles, digitalization, manufacturing and purchasing. Inzile develops, produces, and sells innovative vehicle solutions on the global market based on the demanding Nordic climate, security requirements and environmental standards. The company is based in Sweden with head office in Stockholm, sales offices in Stockholm and in Palma, Spain, production in Västervik and R&D in Tranås, Sweden.

The Company's share is traded on Nasdaq First North Growth Market Stockholm.

Redeye AB is the Company’s Certified Adviser.

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