Naples public transport municipal operator ANM has issued in September a tender for up to 253 electric buses in different lengths. Well, while the first two lots (65 short vehicles) gathered no bids, the winners of the remaining four lots are Iveco Bus and BYD, as reported on Italian trade media Autobusweb (belonging to our same publishing house).

The first won a batch of 46 e-buses with length of 9-10 meters. The Chinese were awarded the lots for 11-meter, 12-meter and 18-meter vehicles, for a total of 142 units.

Naples’ tender for e-buses goes to Iveco Bus and BYD

The tender issued by ANM Naples focuses on depot-charged battery-electric buses. It’s split in six lots and has an option for further 50 vehicles.

In September we had given you the news of the tender opened by ANM Naples for the total supply of 253 plug-in electric buses in different lengths, with an option for an additional fifty units:

  • 6,075,000 euros for the supply of 15 mini buses with a unit price of 405,000 euros
  • 26,750,000 euros for the supply of 50 short buses with a unit price of 535,000 euros
  • 25,300,000 euros for the supply of 46 medium buses from the unit price of 550,000 euros
  • 44,850,000 euros for the supply of 78 regular buses from the unit price of 575,000 euros
  • 30,000,000 euros for the supply of 50 short buses from the unit price of 600,000 euros
  • 11,207,000 euros for the supply of 14 short buses from the unit price of 800,500 euros

Well, as already mentioned above, the first two lots went unsuccessful, while the remaining four were awarded. Winning in the third lot, relating to 9- and 10-meter e-buses, was Iveco Bus. Winner of the fourth, fifth, and sixth lots is the Chinese giant BYD.

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