During these days we are celebrating the ten-year anniversary of Rampini electric buses' service in Vienna.
This is an historic milestone for an Italian manufacturer that rewrote the rules and is now considered a standard procedure regarding charging. Wiener Linien, the Austrian municipal public transport company, deployed 12 Rampini electric buses measuring 8 meters in Vienna in 2013. These buses are characterized by a pantograph. At every stop and terminal, the electric bus charges itself using a pantograph installed on the roof, storing energy in its batteries in just 15 minutes. Flexibility, high-quality standards, and customer-centric after-sales service are the pillars of an Italian company that has established itself in European markets.