Zomato to use Gogoro electric scooters as delivery vehicles

    Gogoro has a network of battery-swapping stations already up and running in India.

    Published On Mar 30, 2023 07:00:00 AM


    Zomato food delivery in India to be done by Gogoro e-scooters.
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    To promote the use of electric two-wheelers as last-mile delivery vehicles, food delivery company and restaurant aggregator Zomato has inked a deal with Gogoro. This partnership will see the Taiwan-based company supply Zomato with its e-scooters as delivery vehicles. 

    1. Gogoro has homologated two e-scooters in India
    2. Zomato to have all-electric delivery fleet by 2030

    Gogoro-Zomato partnership in India: details

    Zomato has set a target for itself to have 100 percent EV-based deliveries by 2023 and its partnership with Gogoro will be a crucial first step in moving toward it. To further help Zomato’s delivery agents, Kotak Mahindra Prime Limited will provide loans on very amenable terms to the delivery agents for the aforementioned Gogoro e-scooters.

    “Electric two-wheelers powered by affordable, reliable, and accessible battery swapping solutions can positively impact delivery partner pay-outs, apart from reducing air pollution," Mohit Sardana, COO, Food Delivery at Zomato. "That’s why we’re excited to partner with Gogoro and Kotak on this endeavour."

    Gogoro has homologated two of its e-scooters in India and you can read more about them here

    Also See:

    Honda confirms two electric scooters for India for FY24

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