Raksha Electric Bajaj Specification
|Full charge capacity||120km|
|No. Of Passengers||3 persons|
|Charging time||6-8 hours|
|Motor||48v/1000w DC Brushless motor|
|Battery type||Lead acid battery,12v,120ah,4pcs|
|Wheel Size||Front 4.00-12,back 4.00-12|
|Brake Type||Double rear drum brake|
|Optional colour||Silver,blue,water green,red,white,m green,yellow|
|Full container carrying capacity||17 units/20GP, 40 units/40HQ|
Auto Rickshaws or Tuk Tuks are a major mode of transportation in Sudan. They are locally called ‘Raksha’ but in Ethiopia ,Uganda and Tanzania they are called ‘Bajaj’ or ‘Bajaji’ after the China company which manufactures them. This is one product available in Sudan which is solely imported from China. Qiangsheng Bajaj
In Sudan, everyone takes public transport around. A year ago there were rickshaws without lights or registration numbers. This year,we can stop one which can now be shared, taking 4 passengers and the driver.
To meet the opportunity, Qiangsheng has designed a new kind of electric bajaj for Sudan.
- It is energy saving, you only need to charge 6-8 hours, and it can run 120km with the electricity
- It is environment friendly, since it uses electricity ,free of air pollution
- It is cheaper than motorcycle, since the cost of it from china is lower
Xianghe Qiang Sheng electric tricycle manufacturing factory is founded in 2006, located in Xianghe. This company grew out of Chengshunlida powder coatings Co.,ltd. It is a professional enterprise that specializing inelectric bajaj R & D, production, sales, trading and spare parts service. The factory covers an area of 42,000 square meters, . The company owns the most advanced production line and detection equipments, go with that, there are professional welding workshops, machining workshops, electrophoresis painting workshops and assembly workshops.
Due to the advantages of the logistic and internet, Qiangsheng has started its business in the international markets since 2000.Till April 2015,Qiangsheng has already build stable supply Chain in Asia, MiddleEast Asian, Africa, South America, Australia, Europe and India.