“Collaboration with Renault is fundamental”

Committed to the ecological transition, Patrick Roger has been working for four years in electric vehicles. For him, the partnership with Groupe Renault is a logical response to the need to evolve with the transport world. The EZ-PRO project responds to a global problem in the world of delivery that extends to the last kilometer.

Owner of 10 shops in Paris, Saint Germain en Laye, Sceaux and Brussels, Patrick Roger is a sculptor who gives body and life to chocolate. Elected “Meilleur ouvrier de France” in 2000, he is installed in Sceaux in a 2 000 m² workspace where the production of chocolate stands alongside the artistic creations, often colossal. Committed to the ecological transition for the good of the environment, Patrick Roger has been working for four years in electric vehicles.

For Patrick Roger, the partnership with Groupe Renault is a logical response to the need to evolve with the transport world. Deliveries to end customers or brand shops represent an increasingly difficult task for the deliveryman, in terms of parking and unloading. The EZ-PRO project responds to a global problem in the world of delivery that extends to the last kilometre. It shows the direction in which to work to imagine a positive future, making you want it to become a reality quickly.

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