Our vision is clear: to create transformative change in urban mobility, making our cities cleaner and more enjoyable.

We first focus on urban logistics, moving goods around the city in ways that are sustainable, efficient and cost-effective. Our vehicle and its modular platform system, with easily swappable modular units, meets the needs of city logistics. From moving food to flowers to furniture, the possibilities are endless.

ONO’s founders, pioneer in e-mobility solutions, Beres Seelbach, former head of design at Mercedes and Volkswagen, Murat Günak, and light electric vehicle expert and engineer, Philipp Kahle, sought to rethink and reshape modern urban transportation. They put together a forward-thinking group of designers, engineers and creative thinkers who shared their vision of transforming urban mobility.

ONO is a Berlin-based e-mobility company introducing a whole new category of emissions-free vehicle: the Pedal Assisted Transporter (PAT), combining the flexibility of a bicycle with the capacity and durability of a van. We offer environmentally friendly urban logistics solutions designed and optimized for cities of today.

What Makes Our Solution Unique?

 

Quality and Durability

-A purposeful and polished design encompassing driver needs, ergonomics and experience combined with precision engineering and meticulous assembly
-Complete weather protection
-High-quality components and parts for utmost durability

 

All-Inclusive, Turnkey Service

-Important reduction in operating costs
-Modular platform system with easily swappable cargo-units for multiple applications

 

Flexibility and Cost-Efficiency

-Eliminating servicing, maintenance and replacement challenges and headaches for customers through our subscription service
-Aiming to offer the highest-quality customer experience

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HQ- BERLIN

 BOUCHÉSTR. 12 | HALLE 20

12435 BERLIN

GERMANY

 Tretbox GmbH | HRB 176581 | USt-IdNr.: DE 306242784 | CEO: Beres Seelbach

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