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Zypp Electric Places 200 Electric Scooters in Bangalore and Pune

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In the last mile delivery segment, Gurgaon-based electric car company Zypp Electric has expanded its service to Bangalore and Pune. In two cities, the company has placed 200 electric scooters.

The company has offices in nine cities namely New Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, Jaipur, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Pune.

In each of the two locations, the company began operations with 100 electric two-wheelers.
To electrify last-mile delivery in both cities, the company has collaborated with key food, e-commerce, and food technology firms including Bigbasket, Biddano, Grofers, and Flipkart. Electric scooters with linked APIs make all deliveries in the two cities.

Additionally, Zypp Electric will initially deploy 20 battery replacement and charging stations to assure the vehicle's correct operation.

The company debuted India's first B2B heavy electric scooter, the Zypp Cargo, last month in two variants, one, a single battery scooter for Rs 59,000 and the other is a double battery scooter for Rs 74,000.

Akash Gupta, Co-Founder, and CEO, Zypee Electric says, “we expect to own 1,000 electric vehicles in both cities within the next three months. We intend to start operations in as many places as possible in order to attain the leadership position of EV.

Gupta went on to say that, “our main goal is to collaborate with local businesses, organizations, and merchants to provide environmentally friendly delivery services using electric bicycles. As a result, these communities can adopt a carbon-free ecosystem while reducing pollution”.

With a 40Ah battery installed, this heavy-duty scooter can load up to 250kg and has an average mileage of 120km in one go, making it ideal for last-mile logistics. The Zypp Freight electric cargo scooter features swappable batteries and can accommodate two battery systems. It is said to be available in the Delhi-NCR region first.

Colored display panels, metal body design, ample storage, two seats, and Artificial Intelligence and IoT will be used to track cars, batteries, and drivers are just a few of the highlights of the Zypp Cargo electric cargo scooter.

It will also be simple to integrate with logistics partners', e-commerce companies, and food delivery companies' IT systems, allowing for real-time business intelligence. These capabilities will give them real-time insights into usage, such as distance traveled, usage characteristics, average utilization, wear and tear, and team predictions.

“With rigorous research for more than three years, we are incredibly thrilled to debut Zypp Cargo, India's first B2B Heavy Duty IoT enabled Electric Scooter today. This is a one-of-a-kind product with a strong OEM partnership. It will provide a smooth ride mixed with a design sensibility that responds to a wide range of freight requirements”, said Gupta.

The company debuted India's first B2B heavy electric scooter, the Zypp Cargo, last month in two variants, one, a single battery scooter for Rs 59,000 and the other is a double battery scooter for Rs 74,000.

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