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South African Retail Giant Woolworths Turns to China’s SAIC For New Electrified Delivery Vans

Image courtesy of Woolworths

When South African online shoppers get their groceries delivered from the retail giant Woolworths, they’ll come in one of the company’s new Chinese-made electric-powered delivery vans.

Woolworths announced that it will use the Shanghai-based auto major SAIC’s Maxus e Deliver 3 van to build its fleet for e-commerce deliveries.

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