Electric has announced its partnership with BattWheelz Mobility, a
Gurugram-based startup that offers last-mile delivery mobility solutions to e-commerce
and hyper-local grocery companies. Hero Electric is partnering with the
last-mile delivery segment in the country to go electric. As a part of the
association with BattWheelz Mobility, Hero Electric will deliver 4000 vehicles
by FY 2022-23.
Gill, CEO, Hero Electric said, “Our constant endeavor is to fasten the electric
mobility transition in India and thrusting the same through our B2B
partnerships with complete EV solutions across India. This partnership
highlights our shared vision of offering eco-friendly mobility solutions and
the direct advantage of adopting electric mobility in terms of savings and
contribution to safeguarding the environment. Hero’s two-wheelers are flexible,
modular, and versatile, offering longer mileage, smoother rides, and a lower
cost of ownership thus catering to consumer needs of last-mile delivery of
essentials offered by BattWheelz Mobility.”
Chaturvedi, Founder & MD, BattWheelz said, “BattWheelz was founded in 2019
with a sole aim to help accelerate India’s transition to clean energy & we
envision to be the largest Electric Mobility as a Service (EMAAS) company in
India. Our Mission is to provide affordable, clean and Smart Mobility Solutions
to the masses. Our Vision is to promote affordable and sustainable Delivery
Services through Electric Vehicles. Aligned to the same we have partnered with
HERO Electric - India’s largest Electric 2W company who share the same vision,
together we shall deploy one of the largest fleet of electric 2 wheelers for
last mile mobility.”
last-mile delivery segment is one of the fastest-growing spaces pertaining to
increased penetration of online and e-commerce businesses. This partnership
will most efficient electric mobility solutions via its two-wheelers making it
the most promising deal with its low running cost, high load-carrying
capability, intercity range, and various other customizable features for its
Electric has been entering into multiple partnerships to supply electric
scooters to transform the segment and address the challenges of last-mile
logistics and delivery. Looking to convert 35% of sales from the B2B segment in
the next 4 years, Hero Electric moves ahead in its efforts to provide seamless
delivery experiences for its consumers and maximize traction towards EV
transition in India.
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