Hero Electric enters partnership with eBikeGO, will provide 1000 Nyx Electric scooters
Hero Electric, India's largest EV two-wheeler company has recently entered a partnership with eBikeGO wherein the former will be supplying 1000 units of Nyx electric scooters. Hero has already supplied the first lot of 120 bikes. eBikeGO is deploying these bikes for last-mile logistics on a per delivery model and to individual consumers on monthly rental model across its large customer base in cities like Mumbai, Bengaluru, Delhi, Hyderabad, Amritsar and Jaipur. In addition to providing the electric scooter, Hero will also provide service support through its countrywide dealer network along with a dedicated relationship manager for maximum uptime
Speaking on the partnership, Naveen Munjal, MD, Hero Electric said," At Hero Electric, we've always believed that to solve last mile delivery connectivity, the best option is to go electric. In the endeavour to drive the same, we have many partners who help not only businesses but also consumers with an affordable and efficient solution. With this partnership, we look forward to leveraging the reach eBikeGO brings to further transform the space and bring more electric vehicles on road."
Commenting on this initiative, Sohinder Gill, CEO, Hero Electric said, "The bike rental space is fast emerging as a viable alternate to bike ownership. We are happy to partner with serious players like eBikeGO to offer a great experience of a smooth and a pleasurable ride to a discerning customer who cares for the environment and wants an easy, effortless and joyful riding experience" Gill further added that with the introduction of versatile bikes like Nyx with a flexi range, Hero is getting a flurry of interest from the different segments of B2B customers, may it be deliveries, rentals or bike-sharing.
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