Mumbai, Mar 11:
EV manufacturer Omega Seiki Mobility has entered into a strategic partnership with MAW Vriddhi Commercial Vehicle for retailing OSM’s range of electric vehicles in Nepal.
This partnership marks OSM’s foray into the Nepal market, the company said in a statement issued here.
“The agreement will see OSM vehicles being sold via MAW Vriddhi Commercial Vehicle in Nepal. Besides, the company’s touchpoints will also serve as service centres for the vehicles. OSM is now the first Indian electric vehicle maker to mark its presence in Nepal,” it said.
Under this collaboration, Omega Seiki Mobility will offer its entire range of Rage Plus electric three-wheeler vehicles including Rage Plus, Rage Plus Rapid, Rage Plus 125, Rage Plus FROST and ADM REXA exclusively to MAW Vriddhi Commercial Vehicle.
?India and Nepal are two close allies and our respective governments have always worked towards the betterment of the delicate Himalayan ecosystem. Taking this a step further, I am very excited to announce OSM’s association with MAW Vriddhi Commercial Vehicle, which is one of the largest CV players in Nepal,” OSM Founder and Chairman Uday Narang said.
He further said the alliance will allow to expand partnership to help businesses enhance their profitability who are trying to earn to switch to sustainable last-mile transportation.
“This is also a major step in OSM’s attempt to take Indian manufacturing to the global map,” Narang added.
MAW Vriddhi is a joint venture between MAW and Vriddhi Group of companies which is involved in commercial vehicle business. MAW has been established since 1964 and is the second largest automobile group in Nepal.
Commenting on the partnership, MAW Vriddhi Commercial Vehicle Managing Director Vivek Sikaria said, ?We continue to expand our partnership with large electric vehicle manufacturers in a bid to make it easier for auto rickshaw drivers to shift to economical, highly profitable, and less pollutive vehicles in Nepal. Hope to have a long and fulfilling relationship with Omega Seiki Mobility.
Mumbai, Mar 11: