Omega Seiki Mobility and Zyngo, a zero-emission logistics provider have announced a strategic partnership to deploy 1,500 electric three-wheeler cargo vehicles for last-mile delivery across India. The OSM Rage+ EVs will further expand Zyngo’s fleet to cater to the ever-growing demand for last-mile delivery solutions.
Zyngo uses technology to ensure optimum service efficiency, fleet utilisation and productivity. A high-tech app along with GPS and IoT-enabled vehicle tracking systems help manage logistics operations better and in a productive way. Zyngo tech app for Drivers / Delivery Xperts is a self-sufficient Hyperlocal delivery app for generating steady delivery volumes to e-commerce and FMCG sectors.
Uday Narang, founder and chairman, Omega Seiki Mobility said “OSM is a pure-electric OEM which aims to ‘empower electric mobility in India’ in its truest sense. Last-mile delivery has seen exponential growth in the last couple of years and is expected to balloon 6 times to over 5,000 million shipments in the next three years. Our latest collaboration with Zyngo is a major step in this direction. The company has a strong background in the sector and coupled with its EV charging solution and modern technology to ensure optimum service efficiency, fleet utilisation and enhanced productivity, will play a pivotal role in making OSM Rage+ India’s most loved electric three-wheeler. With partnerships like Zyngo and Magenta we are targeting to deliver over 15,000 electric vehicles in the last mile sector by the end-FY2023.”
Prateek Rao, founder and CEO, Zyngo said, “We are driving ahead the electrification of hyperlocal delivery services across the e-commerce spectrum. The company aims to deliver 500,000 shipments monthly in the last-mile delivery space by the next fiscal year. This initiative requires such collaborations to enable the empanelment of the EV ecosystem in the Last mile delivery space. OSM Rage+ combined with Zyngo’s fully competent and advanced Logistics tech platform and fleet management will strive the EV ecosystem and enable faster adoption.”
Vivek Dhawan, director – Marketing, Sales, and Service at Omega Seiki Mobility said, “We are looking towards developing a cohesive ecosystem for the sector and EV users across the country. Zyngo, with its unique proposition, is a fitting partner as both the organizations will jointly benefit from the cross-utilization of resources in the Electric mobility space. The alliance with Zyngo is a key step forward towards providing our customers with an option of fixed, rapid charging and swappable battery within our entire range of commercial electric vehicles.”
With over 35 years of cumulative experience in the consumer logistics industry, driving the green movement in logistics, Zyngo ventured into e-mobility solutions and complete infrastructure in the last-mile delivery ecosystem and commenced its operations in January 2020.
OSM says with the increased demand for electric vehicles it will begin a second shift at its Faridabad plant from April 2022 onwards.