Tailing Group helps clean travel project of the United Nations
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A few days ago, the electromobile production base of Tailing Electric Vehicle Co., Ltd., located in Anzhen Residential Street in Xishan District welcomed a delegation of the government of Uganda from Africa. Both sides negotiated on the clean travel project of the United Nations Environment Programme and signed memorandum of understanding, reaching agreement on specific cooperation in the next step. Reportedly, Uganda was the 1st African country signed after Tailing Group and the United Nations Environment Programme reached strategic cooperation relations.

The electrombile travel project of the United Nations is a long-term clean energy vehicle popularization plan set up by the United Nations Environment Programme and a public welfare project, aiming at promoting all people to use clean energy, promoting energy conservation and emission reduction in the world and reducing pollution of fuel oil vehicles to the environment. At the “Clean Travel Week in Africa” held in the headquarters of the United Nations Environment Programme on March 13, 2018, as the only representative of the electromobile industry from China, Tailing Group and the United Nations Environment Programme reached a series of cooperation plans, officially becoming the partner of clean travel project of the United Nations Environment Programme.
  
According to introduction, Tailing Group is a famous enterprise in the electromobile industry in China with 7 production bases in 5 cities including Shenzhen, Dongguan,Tianjin, Xuzhou and Wuxi. It also has branches in Finland and other European countries. This time, the delegation from Uganda visited the base in Wuxi. Both sides agreed to propel cooperation plan in stages and reached a series of consensus in developing electromobile industry in Uganda, formulating electromobile industry management system, cultivating specialized persons, organizing industry associations and others. Reportedly, in the project cooperation framework of the United Nations Environment Programme, Tailing Group will continue to conduct bilateral negotiation and formulate cooperation plans with countries including Kenya, Philippines and Vietnam.