Al Logistix and Sun Mobility partner for last-mile deliveries on EVs
Green logistics start-up and battery swapping services provider join forces; plan to deploy 500 loaders and electric two-wheelers till March 2023.
AI Logistix, a green logistics start-up, has announced its partnership with Bangalore-based Sun Mobility, the leading provider of battery swapping services and energy infrastructure for electric vehicles (EVs), to accelerate last-mile zero-emission deliveries across India.
As part of this partnership, Sun Mobility and AI Logistix plan to deploy 500 loaders and electric two-wheelers till March 2023 by adding around 100 vehicles to the fleet every month. The initial deployment will be focused in Bangalore and Hyderabad, and will later extend across India. Sun Mobility and AI Logistix will also jointly provide customisable integrated two-wheeler swap solutions to the rider partner to enhance vehicle utility and day-to-day mobility and reduce downtime.
Abdul Khadeer and Mamata Reddy, founders of AI Logistix, said "Our technology and logistic services aim at ensuring efficiency in delivery with optimal cost and improved performance. We are thrilled to partner with Alchemy Mobility and Sun Mobility to resolve supply chain and mobility challenges in day-to-day electric three & two-wheeler logistics. Together with Sun Mobility, we will focus on addressing the environmental crisis by enhancing mobility performance through smart logistic solutions and become the profitable Last mile delivery companies for all segments in India.
Anant Badjatya, CEO of SUN Mobility said, “Providing superior sustainable solutions and green mobility services have always been a key priority and specialization of Sun Mobility. Our partnership with Alchemy Mobility and AI Logistix through Alchemy will help us combat everyday mobility challenges through intelligent and customizable solutions for electric three and two-wheelers. This partnership is also an expansion of our efforts to align with the Government’s measures to boost EV adoption in India, through battery swapping and vehicle safety solutions.”
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