Club Car opens new factory to meet increasing demand for electric vehicles

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Club Car®, global industry-leading manufacturer of small-wheel, zero-emissions electric vehicles, has opened a new 3,300sqm factory in Poland to meet increasing demand for its electric vehicles.

The state-of-the-art Club Car Manufacturing Facility located in Mielec, Poland triples European production lines and increases capacity for Club Car to supply a growing and diverse customer base.  Marco Natale, Vice President EMEA for Club Car, said: “The addition of this new factory in Poland strengthens our ability to respond to increasing global demand for compact utility and low-speed consumer vehicles. 

“With this investment, Club Car will better serve customers in the European utility market, where many industry and manufacturing, leisure and tourism, and municipal organisations are modernising and electrifying their fleets.”

Club Car now operates two major factories in Poland, having acquired the Melex manufacturing plant – virtually next door – with the 2022 purchase of Garia, a Danish producer of low-speed vehicles which had bought Polish utility company Melex the year before.

“This increase in production capabilities is great news for our dealers and customers in Europe, who will have access to a wider range of zero-emission on- and off-road vehicles at a variety of price points,” Natale added.

Club Car offers versatile utility vehicles that are efficient, safe and eco-friendly transport solutions with elegant design, ergonomic flow and high-quality European components.

They offer low operational cost and can be customised to suit many different operational needs.

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