Electric announced its partnership with Turtle Mobility, a startup offering
last-mile delivery connectivity solutions to e-commerce and grocery companies.
Hero Electric will deliver 200 scooters by the end of 2021 and, over 1000
scooters by the end of 2022.
government is targeting a complete switch of the delivery fleet used by
e-commerce and last-mile mobility solution providers to electric for reduced
emission. Hero Electric has partnered with numerous B2B startups to supply
electric scooters to address the segment's challenges. Turtle Mobility was
incorporated in the second quarter of 2021 to further develop the electric
vehicle ecosystem in the mid and last-mile delivery segment.
further on the association, Sohinder Gill, CEO, Hero Electric noted, “At Hero,
we constantly strive to quicken the pace of transition to electric mobility and
push forward the same through B2B partnerships to strengthen the EV ecosystem
across India. This partnership is another step to boost the rapidly growing
logistics and delivery industry and steer our commitment to carbon-free
mobility by electrifying the segment. Hero's 2Ws are flexible, modular, and
versatile, offering longer mileage and a low cost of ownership. It further
fulfills consumer needs of last-mile delivery offered by Turtle Mobility."
Gupta, Founder & Director, Turtle Mobility said, “The use of EV high speed
scooters has become increasingly favourable in states for their multiple benefits
including low carbon footprint, ease of access, low operational costs as well
as cost optimisation for last mile deliveries. It is only a matter of time for
EV High Speed scooters to become widely relevant in India across E-commerce
companies for last mile deliveries. It will also help us to generate work
opportunities for self-employed individuals in the informal sector by offering
them a more affordable and easily accessible alternative to ICE vehicles”.
Electric has been associated with Turtle Mobility since July 2021 and, has
delivered 100 NYX scooters. Looking to convert 35% of sales from the B2B
segment in the next four years, Hero Electric is maximizing efforts towards EV
transition in India.
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