The full fleet is set to be operational by June 2024, marking a dedication to eco-friendly urban logistics.
Omega Seiki Mobility (OSM) has formed a strategic alliance with Kissan Mobility Pvt. Ltd., a provider of zero-emission logistics, to deploy 500 electric three-wheeler cargo vehicles throughout India for last-mile delivery. This INR 20 Crore initiative, expected to conclude by June 2024, represents a substantial move towards fostering eco-friendly logistics solutions. Omega Seiki Mobility and Kissan Mobility’s partnership will serve various sectors, including E-commerce, Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), and Fast-Moving Consumer Durables (FMCD).
Electric three-wheelers are becoming popular in the logistics industry due to their reduced operational costs, government incentives, and increasing focus on environmental sustainability. These vehicles are set to decrease carbon emissions, noise, and air pollution in last-mile delivery and industrial cargo transport. The partnership reflects both companies’ commitment to electrify transportation and offer advanced electric vehicles suited to the dynamic needs of the logistics industry.
Uday Narang, Founder and Chairman of Omega Seiki Mobility, remarked on the partnership, emphasizing the shared goal of a sustainable, eco-friendly logistics future. He noted that the deployment of their electric vehicles will boost operational efficiency and promote a cleaner environment. He also highlighted their dedication to sustainable innovation and eco-conscious solutions, in line with Kissan Mobility’s progressive approach, marking this collaboration as a key development in electric logistics.
Kissan Mobility Private Limited (OnEv), renowned for its innovative and reliable logistics services, views this partnership as a strategic step towards adopting cleaner, more sustainable practices. Kamlesh Kaushik, CEO and Founder of Kissan Mobility (OnEv), expressed confidence in OSM’s product lineup and service support as crucial for their expansion. He mentioned that the initial 500 vehicles are just the beginning, with plans to deploy 2500 three-wheelers and a similar number of four-wheelers by March 2025.