Electric has partnered with Even Cargo, India’s first women-only delivery
platform, for strengthening the last-mile delivery segment. The collaboration
envisages women at the riding end to fasten the electric mobility adoption
vision and increase penetration in low-income communities.
Electric will aid Even Cargo to create the first-ever women-only delivery EV
fleet by bringing over 10,000 women riders by 2025, further empowering them and
creating employment opportunities. The fleet will be allocated across major
Indian cities including Delhi, Mumbai, and Hyderabad. This collaboration
stimulates Hero Electric's vision of creating green and sustainable livelihoods
Cargo prioritises helping women from resource-poor communities to own their
vehicles. The enterprise plans to bring over 10,000 women riders on the
electric fleet by 2025.
Electric will provide on-demand, special training sessions to the women riders
and their family members. The training sessions will include road readiness of
the vehicle, repairs, and basic know-how of re-boot and will be extended to
family members too. It further ensures the support of reliable financial
institutions associated with Hero Electric to women with no credit history with
assured bank accounts. The training sessions will provide necessary information
on loans, interest rates, and subsidies to women riders and their family
a 65% B2B market share, it is still an uphill journey for Hero to catalyse
emission-free mobility and reduce carbon footprints. Hero Electric is
cohesively building inking partnerships to electrify India and further its
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