BLive to use electric kickscooters for food delivery at Mumbai and Delhi international airports
BLive, a Bengaluru-based multibrand electric vehicle store, has become the first EV platform to use electric kickscooters for food delivery at Mumbai and Delhi international airports.
BLive, a Bengaluru-based multibrand electric vehicle store, will use electric kickscooters for food delivery at Mumbai and Delhi international airports.
The company has joined hands with Lite Bite Foods (LBF) and Devyani International (DIL), to provide EV solutions and benefit over 30k air travellers daily.
Going forward, the multi-brand EV platform in the second stage of this partnership will expand its EV solutions to over 655 outlets of DIL and over 150+ outlets of LBF to promote and achieve 100% e-mobility adoption in India.
Samarth Kholkar, CEO & Co-Founder, BLive, said, "We have always strived to find innovative solutions to the existing challenges with e-mobility. The demand for electric vehicles for delivery is huge. Mumbai airport is one of the busiest and important airports globally."
He added that their were facing difficulties with heightened customer demands and an increase in passenger footfall, and electric scooters provided not only helped them in addressing their challenges in timely food delivery but also supported them in their transition to clean mobility.
Kholkar believes that such meaningful collaborations can help achieve business objectives and also align organisations with the larger goal of achieving sustainability targets.
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