Lectrix EV to supply 500 EVs to Jumppers for its green fleet

Lectrix EV will also provide a cutting-edge battery swapping infrastructure to augment Jumppers' logistics operations.

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Lectrix EV to supply 500 EVs to Jumppers for its green fleet

Lectrix EV has formed a strategic partnership with FYC Tech Pvt Ltd, popularly known as Jumppers, a pioneering last-mile delivery venture utilising an electric fleet. Under this collaboration, Lectrix EV will supply 500 electric vehicles to Jumppers, significantly expanding their fleet and capacity to meet the increasing demand for eco-friendly delivery services.

The partnership extends beyond mere vehicle provision, as Lectrix EV will also provide a cutting-edge battery swapping infrastructure to augment Jumppers' logistics operations. This swap network promises to revolutionise Jumppers' efficiency and sustainability by ensuring seamless battery swaps for their electric vehicles, thereby eliminating downtime and range anxiety while maximising earning potential for riders.

Pritesh Talwar, President of the EV Business at Lectrix EV, said, “Our goal is to electrify transportation in India. Logistics is one of the fastest growing sectors in India and the work that Jumppers is doing aligns with our sustainability goals as well. We are happy to join hands with them and support their efforts to expand their green fleet. This collaboration marks a significant step towards our shared vision of a sustainable future.”

Lectrix EV's swap network boasts remarkable benefits for Jumppers, including reduced transaction time (averaging less than 50 seconds), 24/7 energy availability, and no range anxiety due to a dense network with swap stations every 5-10 kilometers. This translates to increased earning potential for riders, with no downtime necessary for charging, enabling them to earn an additional Rs. 200-300 per day. Moreover, the cost efficiency of Lectrix EV's battery and energy solutions, priced at just Rs. 1 per kilometer, renders them highly competitive compared to alternative options.

Lectrix EV's environmental impact aligns seamlessly with Jumppers' sustainability goals. With a track record of covering a total distance of 2.22 billion kilometers and serving 13,571 users, Lectrix EV has contributed significantly to reducing carbon emissions. The total CO2 saved amounts to 6.66 million kilograms, averaging 491 kilograms per user, further highlighting the eco-friendly ethos driving Lectrix EV, the company shared.

Ajay Kumar Khandelwal, co-Founder at Jumppers, expressed enthusiasm, stating, “We are thrilled to announce that in 2024, Jumppers has expanded its fleet to include more than 500 vehicles in partnership with Lectrix. This significant growth underscores our commitment to sustainable and efficient last-mile delivery solutions, leveraging advanced electric vehicle technology to serve our clients even better.”

Jumppers operates a fleet of electric vehicles, catering to a diverse clientele that includes industry giants such as Blue-Dart, DHL, DTDC, Flipkart, and Smart-R. This partnership will ensure that Jumppers can provide sustainable and efficient delivery solutions to these incumbent industry stakeholders, paving the way for rapid, suitable growth.

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