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SUN Mobility and LetsTransport join forces to deploy 100 e-3Ws for last-mile delivery

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Battery swapping services provider SUN Mobility, and last-mile logistics company LetsTransport have announced that they have partnered to deploy 100 electric three-wheeler cargo vehicles across Delhi-NCR and Bangalore.

The partners plan to deploy over 2,000 electric vehicles for last-mile logistics within the next 12 to 18 months across seven major cities, including Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune, Jaipur, and Ahmedabad, in addition to Delhi NCR and Bangalore. Also on cards are integrated solutions to e-commerce, FMCG, and Bluechip companies.

Speaking on the partnership, Pushkar Singh, Co-founder & CEO, of Lets Transport, said "We are working with our customers to build cleaner and sustainable logistics solutions. With low operational and maintenance costs, we are seeing EVs play a pivotal role in intra-city and last-mile logistics. Our emphasis is on strengthening the EV ecosystem by enabling financing of EVs, partnering with different CPOs and CSO as well as enabling a marketplace for the resale of EVs shortly. We are excited to partner with SUN Mobility and look forward to deploying up to 2000 Electric Vehicles within the next 12-18 months across 7 major cities - Delhi-NCR, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune, Jaipur, Ahmedabad. Along with SUN Mobility, we aim to jointly provide a customizable integrated logistics solution to our E-commerce, Retail, FMCG, 3PL & other Enterprise clients."

Anant Badjatya, CEO of SUN Mobility said, "We are thrilled to receive an overwhelming response to our electric Mobility-as-a-service solution for last-mile delivery. With leading fleet providers such as LetsTransport adopting our solution is a testimony to its cost-effectiveness and reliability. Along with LetsTransport, we aim to enable e-commerce, FMCG, Bluechip, and retail industries to access affordable and electric last-mile delivery services using electric 2- & 3-wheelers powered by our network of swapping stations. This partnership is a big step in our goal of mass adoption of EVs economically and effectively."

Other than Delhi-NCR and Bangalore, the companies are looking forward to expanding their operations in major cities such as Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune, Jaipur, and Ahmedabad. 

Author : Debi Dash
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