Firm plans carbon emission cut in Lagos

In support of the global move to achieve carbon-zero emission and to reduce the high cost of maintaining internal combustion engine vehicles, the management of MAX has donated low-emission MAX Motorcycles to the Lagos State Residents Registration Agency (LASRRA).

The donation is part of its efforts to support the distribution of registration cards across the state while maintaining low-carbon emissions on Lagos roads.

MAX, which was founded in 2015, is on a journey to building Africa’s largest mobility-tech platform. Since its inception, the company has provided mobility entrepreneurs solutions that ensure they can do their important work safely, affordably and in a way that minimises carbon emissions.

In line with a global initiative to achieve carbon-zero emissions, organisations in Nigeria are already seeking new collaboration that will enable them to build Electric Vehicles (EVs), to reduce carbon emissions.

MAX on its part, is already bridging the credit gap by empowering transport operators to access income-generating assets, develop a verifiable digital credit profile and gain future growth opportunities. MAX is offering comprehensive vehicle subscription packages and has two products: MAX Drive and MAX Advantage. While MAXdrive is a subscription-to-own service that provides access to finance and ownership for two, three, and four-wheelers (Keke, Okada and Cars); MAX has also launched MAXe, which offers electric vehicles (EVs) designed to fit perfectly into Africa’s unique transportation ecosystem while providing a more sustainable means of transportation.

During the handover ceremony of the low-emission motorcycles to LASRRA, which took place this month, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) at MAX, Tolulope Thomas, spoke about the commitment of MAX to supporting government efforts as a way of giving back to the community in which it operates. She said as a socially responsible company, MAX would always seek opportunities to partner with the government for the good of citizens and would ensure that Lagos achieves carbon zero emission across Lagos roads.

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