Let’s jump into that news below and unveil how all of these companies are connected.
- Investors would be forgiven for not understanding how an apparel company such as Naked Brand connects to the EV market.
- Naked Brand is preparing for a major shift in focus as the result of a deal with Cenntro.
- This will see it acquire the company in a stock for stock transaction.
- However, once the deal is complete, Naked Brands will change its name to Cenntro.
- Essentially, Naked Brand is being used as a vehicle to take Cenntro public.
- What won’t change is the company’s stock ticker, which will remain NAKD.
- Naked Brand is holding a special shareholder meeting on Dec. 21 to vote on the Cenntro acquisition.
- Now to move on to the Cenntro news that investors need to know about today.
- The EV company signed a deal for 2,000 metro vehicles via its channel partner in Japan.
- It expects to start deliveries at the start of 2022.
- Cenntro notes the EVs in this order will support last-mile delivery and logistics companies.
- That includes Amazon Fleet, as well as Hana Cupid, the largest Japanese floral gifting association.
- This is a major deal for Cenntro as the company has delivered 3,300 vehicles to date.
NAKD stock is down slightly as of Monday morning as jumping higher earlier today.
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