Omega Seiki to deploy 500 e-3Ws with Kissan Mobility for last-mile delivery – ET Auto


OMEGA is the first OEM to have electric 2,3 and 4-wheelers in its product portfolio.

New Delhi: Omega Seiki Mobility (OSM) and Kissan Mobility Pvt. Ltd., a zero-emission logistics provider, has announced a strategic partnership to deploy electric three wheeler cargo vehicles for last-mile delivery across India.

Omega Seiki Mobility will deploy a fleet of 500 electric three wheelers to Kissan Mobility by June 2024. The deal, valued at INR 20 Crore, encompasses a diverse range of applications, spanning E-commerce, Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), and Fast-Moving Consumer Durables (FMCD), the company said in a media release.

Uday Narang, founder and chairman of Omega Seiki Mobility, said, “We are delighted to join forces with Kissan Mobility (OnEv) in this ground-breaking initiative. This partnership reflects our shared vision for a sustainable and eco-friendly future in the logistics domain. The deployment of our electric vehicles will not only enhance operational efficiency but also contribute to a greener and cleaner environment. Every step we all OEM take brings us closer to electrifying the entire logistics sector. Our commitment to sustainable innovation and eco-conscious solutions aligns seamlessly with Kissan Mobility’s forward-thinking approach, making this collaboration a pivotal moment in the evolution of electric logistics.”Kamlesh Kaushik, CEO and founder of Kissan Mobility (OnEv), said, “We are delighted to be associated with Omega Seiki Mobility as our growth partner for deployment of EV 3 wheeler in our fleet. We are a zero-emission logistic company and committed to changing the logistic landscape of urban and rural areas of the country. We are confident in the product line-up of OSM and their service support, which will be key factors for our expansion. These 500 numbers are just a start, and we aim to deploy 2500 numbers of three wheelers and a similar number of four wheelers on the road by March, 2025.”Presently, the company operates in Delhi/NCR, Chandigarh and Jaipur, managing a fleet of over 150 electric vehicles serving clients across various sectors, including e-commerce, grocery delivery, FMCG, food and pharmaceuticals for their last-mile deliveries, the release said.

Omega is the first OEM to have electric 2,3 and 4-wheelers in its product portfolio. The company has set up large scale manufacturing facilities in Delhi NCR and Pune. The company is a leading last mile service provider with under its brand “UNOXpress”. The company is currently running its fleet in 24 cities, doing more than 15 lac Kms per month, release added.

  • Published On Jan 16, 2024 at 03:21 PM IST

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