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To capture India’s 80,000-strong bus market, JBM bets on its electric bus Ecolife

Just as the government is pushing electric vehicles in the country, auto manufacturers are bracing up for the challenge both in the passenger- and public-vehicle categories. The homegrown commercial-vehicle company JBM unveiled its first fully electric bus, which has been made in India in collaboration with Solaris of Poland, earlier this year. The company’s executive director speaks with SME Futures about his plans for India.

   


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