Beemobile is the sweetest car in Poland!
A special car to service Katowice apiaries has been introduced to the city’s streets.
The Beemobile which can transport 10 beehives, 1,000 jars of honey weighing 1kg each and 2.5 million bees, is the brainchild of luxury car dealers Pietrzak Group and beekeeping company Pszczelarium.
Last year, the two teamed up to install beehives on roofs across the city, following on from the initiative started by Warsaw-based Pszczelarium in the capital.
Pietrzak Group decided to put four beehives with 160,000 bees onto the roof of its Ferrari and Maserati car building.
This year the company plans to build around 20 new hives.
Pietrzak’s deputy CEO Beata Pietrzak said: “Pszczelarium enchanted us with its passion.
“We decided to put several hives on the roof of our showroom convinced that bees in the city are extremely necessary and have an invaluable impact on the reproduction of wild plants, which ultimately determines our city’s residents’ quality of life.”
Now the two companies have extended their cooperation with a special car for transporting bees.
Łukasz Prybył from Pszczelarium said: “The most important thing is that the cargo space is safe for bees and for the materials used for the interior to be relatively easy to clean. What we transport is sweet and therefore sticky.”
A second Beemobile will soon appear on the streets of Warsaw.
Pszczelarium, which has apiaries across the capital, offers urban honey, workshops and can even install a beehive on one’s own rooftop or garden at home or at the office.
In this way, customers can enjoy their own honey while actively supporting bees.
The company also sells honeys by Warsaw district, from acacia honey from Mokotów to linden honey from Wilanów.