BYD and ADL to expand UK electric bus manufacturing operations

Cecilia Keating
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The BYD ADL 200EV | Credit: BYD ADL
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The BYD ADL 200EV | Credit: BYD ADL

Firms announce plans to transfer assembly of chassis of electric buses from China to UK, citing need to meet growing demand of zero emission buses

British bus manufacturer Alexander Dennis Limited (ADL) and the UK arm of Chinese electric vehicle company BYD have announced plans to move a greater proportion of the assembly line for their popular range...

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