Welectric already has a fleet of over 150 electric two-wheelers and plans to scale it as much as over 2,000 within the subsequent 12 months. With this partnership, it is going to procure electric scooters from Okinawa, together with the most recent – Okinawa Dual, a customisable B2B electric two-wheeler, the corporate mentioned in an announcement.
“With the rise of e-commerce and last-mile deliveries fuelled by the COVID-19 pandemic, it has turn into crucial for companies within the supply section to constantly innovate, scale back operational prices, and enhance effectivity, particularly amidst rising gasoline costs.
“This year, we are expecting a mass transition of two-wheeler users to electric scooters and this partnership is one step ahead in this direction,” Okinawa Autotech founder and Managing Director Jeetender Sharma mentioned.
Welectric founder and CEO Vikas Jain mentioned Okinawa has completed extraordinarily nicely within the B2C market, providing numerous fashions of electric two-wheelers that match their petrol counterparts in pick-up and velocity.
“With this partnership, corporates would now be capable to get complete lease rental options on all the vary of Okinawa Electric 2Ws.
“This will make it easier for them to not just procure brand new electric 2Ws on an OPEX model, but also get convenient after-sales services like doorstep maintenance, warranty, insurance claim support and refurbishment or upgrade options,” Jain added.
Okinawa mentioned it is going to prepare the technicians and engineers of Welectric for upkeep of their product.
The firm has at the moment six electric scooters in its portfolio within the value vary of Rs 50,000 to Rs 1.14 lakh, together with Li-ion Slow-Speed and Li-ion High-Speed scooters, with a mean commuting vary of 65 to 140km/cost.
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