Bike cleaning brand Muc-Off partners with EAV 

The British bike cleaning brand Muc-Off has announced a partnership with EAV, becoming the approved care provider for EAV fleets from January.

Dorset-based Muc-Off, a leader in bicycle and motorbike maintenance and cleaning products, has been expanding into the micromobility sector, recently launch a range of e-bike specific lubricants and components. 

Under the new partnership, sustainable urban transport solution provider EAV, based in Oxfordshire, will use Muc-Off products to clean and maintain EAV’s fleets of vehicles, mostly used in the commercial sector. 

Alex Trimnell, CEO of Muc-Off said: “We’re thrilled to be partnering with EAV and to have the opportunity to help keep their fleet in prime condition. Electric bikes, scooters, and vehicles have blown up in popularity in recent years, as we continue to see the migration towards more environmentally friendly travel solutions. Sustainability is at the heart of everything we do at Muc-Off; this partnership allows us to take our commitment to the planet to a new level.” 

EAV designs and builds all its vehicles at home, and they are currently used by a variety of delivery and facilities companies, including Fed-Ex, DPD, Veolia, LaundryHeap and Green Bike.  

Late last year, the brand announced a partnership with high street automotive and cycling retailer Halfords, to offer mobile maintenance to its fleet customers. 

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On the Muc-Off partnership, CEO and founder of EAV Adam Barmby said: “The majority of our customers are early adopting pioneers within their respective industries, replacing an increasing portion of their legacy fleet with our progressive e-Cargo solutions. Therefore, it’s imperative that our vehicles are as reliable as the diesel vans they are replacing. Our partnership with Muc-off, who are undoubtedly the world leaders in bicycle and motorcycle care, will give our customers access to a fantastic set of products that will maintain our vehicles to the highest standard, keeping their fleet of EAVs ready for daily operation and best representing their brand. Crucially, with Muc-Off sharing our own focus towards sustainability, this partnership will achieve both maximum value for our customers and a positive environmental effect.”

The partnership forms part of Muc-Off’s Project Green initiative, the brand’s ongoing commitment to reducing the environmental impact of their products and operations.  

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