4 Sep 20

Frank Meijer joins LEVC

Frank Meijer (pictured) has joined LEVC as Head of Fleet Sales Europe. Formerly known as the London Taxi Company, LEVC is best known for the iconic London black taxicabs it manufactures. 

The new name stands for London Electric Vehicle Company, which reflects its new ambitions. Having recently moved its European HQ to Frankfurt, LEVC - now owned by Chinese OEM Geely - wants to roll out a range of electric LCVs, which it would like to sell to a wider clientele than its present one. 

From June last year until the beginning of September, Mr Meijer was the Director of Sales & Marketing at MG, a brand which he helped re-introduce to his native country of the Netherlands. 

Prior to his role with MG, which like LEVC is owned by a Chinese OEM (in its case: SAIC), Mr Meijer spent seven years with Hyundai Europe, in several executive roles – most recently as Head of Fuel-Cell EVs, and Head of Eco Car & Mobility. Previous experience includes sales roles with Citroën, Fiat and Renault-Nissan. 

Authored by: Frank Jacobs