eBikeGo Expands 7 Times as Online Deliveries Increase During Pandemic

Highlights :

  • eBikeGo fleet has increased from 300 scooters to 2100 scooters.
  • Revenue has risen from 15 lakhs to 2.5 crores per month.

E2W Firm eBikeGo shows growth during the pandemic amid rising demand for online deliveries.

The two waves of the Covid-19 pandemic led to myriad business and economic uncertainties. Working through a tough time, the country’s entrepreneurs are working to steadily grow their businesses back to pre-pandemic levels or even beyond it.

eBikeGo, India’s smart electric two-wheeler (E2W) mobility platform, has announced that the company is witnessing expansion and growth in many departments during the on-going pandemic.

As per the demand, said the company, it has increased the number of fleets from 300 electric scooters to 2100 electric scooters during the pandemic. Earlier the fleet was running up to 25,000 km per day and now it has increased to 1,20,000 km per day as per the increased requirement of the delivery of shipments.

The firm has also said that the month-on-month revenue of the company has increased from 15 lakhs to 2.5 Crore in this period. The e-scooters of eBikeGo are currently operating in seven cities – Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Amritsar, Pune, Indore, and Bengaluru –  and are said to have shown vertical growth in all spheres of operation in all these cities.

Additionally, more than 70 employees have reportedly been hired at leadership and managerial levels since the outbreak of the pandemic and been provided special benefits of the “Corona Kavach Policy”.

Founder & CEO of eBikeGo Mr. Irfan Khan stated, “As per the current demand in online delivery, we have expanded our capacity in terms of fleet and manpower during this pandemic time. While we are building this up, we’re also planning on improving our infrastructure, technology, and existing facilities to provide ultimate convenience to all networked professionals, trained riders, our key partners, and stakeholders. With the existing tie-ups and increase in the volumes of fleets, we are targeting to fulfill 10,000 electric scooters within next financial year.”

Earlier this year, eBikeGo started a drive to recycle the lithium-ion batteries of their EVs. Under this strategy, every type of battery can be recycled including lead-acid and all types of Li-ion batteries. It tied up with solar plant manufacturers to enable the second life of their battery.

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Bhoomika Singh

Bhoomika is a science graduate, with a strong interest in seeing how technology can impact the environment. She loves covering the intersection of technology, environment, and the positive impact it can have on the world accordingly.

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