Electric mobility in Dominican hotels

Spanish tourism group brings electric mobility to Dominican hotels

Together with the Swedish technology company Inzile, the use of electric vehicles will be promoted in the internal transportation of the lodging complexes or in logistics services.

The tourism company Grupo Piñero and the Swedish technology company Inzile have created a joint venture with the aim of bringing mobility in 100% electric vehicles to the hotel sector in the Dominican Republic. The new brand, 50% owned by both entities, will be called Emos Caribbean.

According to Grupo Piñero, the project aims to provide sustainable solutions to the various mobility services in the tourism industry. For example, the use of electric vehicles for the internal transportation of clients within a hotel complex, as well as for the different logistic services of this type of establishments.

Emos Caribbean will initially provide services in the Dominican Republic and will later expand to the rest of the Caribbean -Mexico, southern United States, Central America, Colombia and Brazil. Ricardo Moreno, a representative of Grupo Piñero, will lead this new line of business.

About Inzile

Founded in 2012, Inzile is a Swedish technology company that manufactures smart vehicles with electric motors. The company has as one of its goals the reduction of fossil fuel emissions in the world.

About Grupo Piñero

Grupo Piñero is a Spanish tourism group with three business units: the hotel business, with its Bahia Principe chain, which has 27 hotels and more than 14,000 rooms in four countries (Spain, Jamaica, Mexico and the Dominican Republic); the travel segment, with the tour operator, Soltour, and the inbound segment, Coming2; and the destination services sector.

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