Goenka Green’s ElectroRide enters last-mile mobility solutions
The company will provide cost-efficient electric vehicles to Uber and Jubilant FoodWorks.
ElectroRide by Goenka Green has received orders from Uber and Jubilant FoodWorks to provide customised end-to-end EV mobility solutions. As part of this association, ElectroRide will provide cost-efficient and customised electric vehicles catering to the specific needs of Uber and Jubilant FoodWorks including its brands — Domino’s and Hong’s Kitchen.
These endorsements are the outcome of ElectroRide’s strategic partnership with HCD India. Together, HCD India and ElectroRide have been delivering to leading logistics service providers — DHL and Delhivery.
“Our shared commitment to sustainability, convenience, and an exceptional customer experience makes this partnership truly special”, said Tanuj Jain, Director & Co-founder, Goenka Green.
Elaborating on the partnership, Raghav Nanda, founder and CEO, HCD India, said, “Our commitment to providing the right type of electric vehicles, paired with a rapid service model aligns with the industry's needs, and positions our vehicles for significant growth and success in the electric mobility sector.”
Speaking about growth and expansion plans, Rajendra Goenka, founder and Chairman, Goenka Green said, “We are eyeing to expand 2500 EV stores across India in the next 5 years. Further, we plan to introduce 10,000 electric vehicles on Indian roads within the next 2 years under the last-mile mobility wing and become the largest chain of multi-brand electronic vehicles that cater to B2B customers. Our mission is to break market barriers for all big giants in the mobility segment and cater to more such brands.”
An arm of Goenka Green, ElectroRide is a multi-brand e-mobility product solutions company which offers an array of products including motorcycles, three wheelers, and eco-mobility solutions. The company provides after sales support and is actively participating in developing and deploying e-vehicle charging infrastructure across the country. With a strong footprint in the northern part of India, ElectroRide further plans to expand its reach in South India.
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