Quantum Energy, a leading electric vehicle (EV) start-up specializing in the design, development, manufacturing and sales of electric scooters, has announced its strategic tie-up with Bijliride, an EV two-wheeler rental company.
Under this collaboration, a large fleet of approximately 5000 e-scooters will be powered by Quantum Energy’s cutting edge Bziness Pro in the last mile delivery space. Boasting a powerful 1200W motor, the Bziness Pro can effortlessly reach a top speed of 55 kmph. Bziness Pro with an LFP battery gives a segment best range of upto 130* km on a single charge and comes with a warranty of 3 years or 90,000 km and these electric scooters deliver unmatched efficiency and reliability for commercial deliveries, significantly contributing to reducing carbon emissions and promoting sustainable urban logistics. Moreover, it is packed with segment-leading features, including an inbuilt IOT tracker with an IP67 rated battery pack, Remote Lock-Unlock, Anti-Theft Alarm, USB Charger, Disc Brakes, LCD Display, and more.
Speaking on the partnership, Mr. Chakravarthy Chukkapalli, Managing Director, Quantum Energy Limited said “We are pleased to partner with Bijliride as part of our endeavor to provide the best delivery solutions to the growing delivery and e-commerce space. Our joint effort to electrify last mile delivery will further help strengthen the B2B segment.
“We chose Quantum Energy as our trusted partner because their electric two-wheelers not only deliver unmatched performance but also align perfectly with our vision for a sustainable future. The reliability and efficiency of Quantum Energy’s vehicles have exceeded our expectations. The seamless performance and low maintenance of these electric two-wheelers have been a boon for our business. We’ve witnessed a significant reduction in operational costs and an increase in customer satisfaction since integrating their electric scooters into our fleet. Looking ahead, we see immense potential in continuing this collaboration.“, said Shivam Sisodiya, Founder and CEO of Bijliride.