Hangzhou Hangpai Electric Vehicle Co., Ltd.
|Location:||Zhejiang, China (Mainland)|
|Number of Employees:||101 - 200 People|
|Total Revenue:||US$1 Million - US$2.5 Million|
|Average Lead Time:||45 Day(s)|
Hangzhou Hangpai Electric Vehicle Co., Ltd. is a leading manufacturer of electric vehicles in China. The products include electric b...
Hangzhou Hangpai Electric Vehicle Co., Ltd. is a leading manufacturer of electric vehicles in China. The products include electric bikes, electric scooters, electric motorcycles and electric tricycles. With only three years' development, Hangpai has grown into a medium-sized corporation in the same industry since 2006. Our company now is running three brands: "Hangpai", "Mulan Xigema" and" YAMANA".
Our company is located on five-crossing road, Tangqi Industrial zone, and enjoys the most convenient environment in Hangzhou. Our company covers an area of 15,000 square meters and owns around 100 staff members. With well-trained technical persons and complete equipment, our company is always capable of controlling the quality well to meet the customers' requirements.
Currently, Hangpai aims at selling products in domestic market as well as overseas markets. As we always believe that only insisting on making our products internationally, we can build our own brand. To cater to more needs, the products for overseas markets have been approved by ISO9000:2008 QMS and CE (15194) certifications. We always believe in five principles: 1) Innovation which is very important for the development of an enterprise, and it is also the key to grow bigger and stronger; 2) Customer focused, as customer is the best partner. 3) Keep the company financial policy in a moderate level; 4) Everyone in Hangpai has his own responsibilities; 5) Keep the right way to make business internationalized.
Electric vehicles, as "clean" & "green" transportation, have been widely used in people's daily life. You can see people everywhere riding on electric bikes, folding bikes, electric scooters or some other electric vehicles. It is Hangpai's original intention that making the transportation more healthy, efficient, and affordable. Therefore, Hangpai has been always striving for the goal. Hangpai, sincerely, invites you to join us and create a brilliant future together.
1. Hill Climbing
That may sound obvious, but it's the primary advantage. A good electric bike effectively flattens hills, increasing your average speed and eliminating the 'groan' factor when a gradient comes into view. Provided you supply a reasonable amount of effort, you can expect to climb hills of 1 in 10 (10%) on an electric bike with ease, and clear a maximum gradient of 1 in 7 (14%), or much more. In hilly country, the effect is nothing short of miraculous.
It sounds unlikely, doesn't it? But the mathematics is compelling. Think of a steep and busy road, with cars climbing at 30mph. If you previously slogged up the hill at 6mph, but can tackle the same gradient at 12mph with an electric bike, you will see 33% fewer cars, and they will pass you at 18mph rather than 24mph. Or at least, we think that's correct. Whatever the figures, there's no doubt that an electric bike helps to keep you out of danger. The same general principle applies to road junctions and roundabouts - the faster your acceleration, the sooner you can get out of trouble. And with no need to rush the hills, you won't be tempted to ride downhill at breakneck speed... another useful safety feature.
3. Running Costs
Purchase cost is a little more than a conventional bike, mechanical wear and tear is about the same, and electricity is so cheap as to be largely irrelevant, but there is an extra expense in terms of battery depreciation. Consequently, an electric bike costs more to run - typically 5 - 12 pence per mile against 3 - 7 pence per mile for a non-assisted bike. (a).
However, electric bike running costs should really be compared with those of a moped or a car, when the electric bike replaces motor vehicle mileage. With cars costing 50 - 80 pence per mile, an electric bike can save a great deal of money.
4. Personal Fitness
Surely a conventional bike will keep you fitter? That, of course, depends how much - if at all - you use it. Research (b) has found that 46% of conventional bikes are used
Eastern Europe : 40.00%
Mid East : 30.00%
Factory Size : 5,000-10,000 square meters
No. of Production Lines : 2
No. of R&D Staff : 5 - 10 People
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