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Manufacturer exhibits the WL Urban model
Volare, a Brazilian leader in the development and production of light passenger vehicles, is present at Fenatral 2018, the XIX National Meeting of Complementary and Alternative Transportation to be held in Recife, Pernambuco, from May 17 to 19/2018. The company shows, in partnership with Compacto Veículos dealership, its most successful model in the segment: the WL Urban.
According to Sidnei Vargas, Volare's national sales manager, the presence of the manufacturer at the event is very important because the brand was practically born along with complementary and alternative transportation in Brazil. "This is the 19th edition of the event and Volare minibuses were created precisely to serve the segment, they are crucial for urban mobility and transportation in the main Brazilian cities," says the executive.
With modern and attractive lines, the Volare WL is ideal for urban transport services and meet the urban public transportation standards of Recife. The vehicle has been configured to further provide comfort and safety for users, as well as efficiency and low operational costs for operators.
The 2016 edition of Fenatral will be held at the Mar Hotel Conventions in Recife, located at Rua Barão de Souza Leão, 451, Boa Viagem. The event will discuss the organization and regularization of complementary and alternative transportation in all municipalities of the State of Pernambuco.
Founded on April 19, 2007, Fenatral is a private non-profit civil society, a national federation created and organized by permission holders, concessionaires and autonomous workers of alternative, optional, supplementary and complementary transportation. Its goal is to promote quality alternative transportation through the organization and connection at the national level of all entities involved with urban transportation, cooperatives, self-employed workers, associations and the union.
Image credit: Volare Collection