Omega Seiki partners Exicom for its li-ion batteries

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 06 Oct 2021

Omega Seiki Mobility (OSM) has partnered Exicom Tele-systems for lithium-ion batteries for its range of electric L5 cargo vehicles. Under the partnership, Exicom will supply its recently launched 10.8 kW fixed batteries that will provide a range of 120km on full charge and added features of real-time battery analytics, long lifecycle, environment protection and rugged design.

The partnership will also mark the commercial introduction of Exicom Tele-systems flagship BMS namely Exicom ‘MEXX’ which is stated to offer features such as safety, accuracy, SoX prediction algorithms and many more which give users the desired performance and safety.

Uday Narang, founder and chairman, Omega Seiki Mobility said “OSM believes that the way to develop faster EV vehicle technology is through creating alliances. We are elated to partner with Exicom Tele systems as they share same values as of OSM, by creating made-in-India and made-for-India products.  This partnership is giving new hopes for the future of the EV Ecosystem in India. The benefit of this technology is that Exicom Tele system Li-ion batteries are for all types of vehicles with technology that is global, cost which is affordable, quality that is world class”.

Anant Nahata, MD, Exicom Group said “We are delighted to have this partnership with Omega Seiki and contribute to their electrification journey and sustainable last-mile operations. Exicom is the industry leader in providing battery and charging solutions for light electric vehicles and has integrated its latest 10.8 kW battery in range of OSM’s delivery 3Ws.”

Omega Seiki Mobility, which has its EV manufacturing plant in Faridabad, launched its first electric three-wheeler in the country in early 2020 and the company aims to become a complete mobility solutions provider in the EV market.

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