RYTLE showcased new innovations in Singapore

German Start up presented future-oriented delivery options at Year-Review Media Conference of Enterprise Singapore

(PresseBox) ( Bremen, )
The cargo bikes of the RYTLE GmbH from Bremen are not only seen in Germany and further European cities – also the term MovR starts to be more and more established. At the annual media conference of Enterprise Singapore on March 14, it became clear that the joint venture, which was only founded in 2017, starts to become a true flagship model within the Asian market.

Enterprise Singapore, a government agency, focusses on stronger and more impactful outcomes for companies in order to develop innovative and international capabilities. During 2018, 7000 projects within Southeast Asia as well as 570 oversea projects were facilitated. In addition, the agency assisted more than 1000 start-ups. RYTLE had the honor to be present at the annual conference – not only as a guest – but as a showcase company with high potential. In collaboration with the German Accelerator Southeast Asia (GASEA), Tushar Desai (RYTLE) and Dr. Arne Kruse (RYTLE) presented and demonstrated the innovative cargo bike MovR 25 – which has made a successful entry into the US and Southeast Asia within the last year. Particular attention was paid to the cold chain box that the German joint venture designed and developed together with Composite Cluster, a Singaporean company. All guests were able to convince themselves about the innovation as well as future-oriented delivery option for local companies and could be persuaded by the ideal solution for last-mile logistics within cities.
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