Hero Electric has been at the forefront of electric mobility service transformation through numerous B2B partnerships.
Electric hero partnered with last mile delivery provider Shadowfax Technologies to deliver NYX HX e-scooter until later. Under the partnership, Hero Electric will convert about 25% of Shadowfax’s 100,000-person delivery fleet into electric vehicles.
Shadowfax recently announced that it will convert 75% of its vehicle fleet to EVs by 2024, in line with the government’s effort to convert internal combustion engine vehicles in the delivery segment to EVs. “We are excited to embark on a journey to electrify 25% of our existing fleet with Hero Electric,” said Abhishek Bansal, Co-Founder and CEO of Shadowfax Technologies.
Both companies believe that with last mile logistics and delivery growing at an unprecedented rate, they make the right excuse for a greener move to cut emissions.
Hero Electric has been at the forefront of this transition through numerous B2B partnerships. The company plans to continue such cooperation to achieve the goals of its ‘Zero Emissions’ mission. “This association will help us facilitate carbon-free mobility in the logistics market and meet consumer demand for last-mile deliveries,” said Naveen Munjal, CEO, Hero Electric. provided by Shadowfax”.
He added that the industry this year will see upward growth and faster transformation of national B2B fleets due to enhanced infrastructure.
The Hero Electri’c Nyx-HX is a certified B2B transport vehicle that can be equipped with a variety of load carrying solutions, can be easily mounted on a split seat and can be folded back as a backrest. Hero Electric offers 4 levels of ‘on demand’ smart connectivity solutions ranging from a simple Bluetooth interface to a ‘premium’ remote monitoring and diagnostics solution. One of the main highlights of the scooter is the ‘industry first’ 210km claimed to be a full charge range.
(with input from PTI)
Date of first publication: April 6, 2022, 02:32 PM IST