Nexzu Mobility Receives Export Order From Australia, Europe, GCC And African Countries


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Nexzu Mobility, India’s leading homegrown e-mobility brand, has shipped out some initial orders to Australia, GCC, Europe and now is currently in discussion of closing the deals with UK and few African countries. This development marks a milestone in the brand’s growth journey, which will result in a global footprint, greater awareness and a boost in revenues.

Over the past few months, Nexzu Mobility has been riding a steady wave of growth. Recently, the brand launched its Cargo version of the Roadlark e-bicycle, specially designed for meeting the bulk last-mile delivery needs of e-commerce businesses in India and across the globe. In doing so, the brand introduced several new use-cases for cloud kitchens, supermarkets, retail outlets, industrial parks, essential service suppliers, service & maintenance companies, and garages, among others.

An e-bicycle aligned with the country’s Make In India mission, the Cargo version of Roadlark is a purpose-built vehicle which will reduce running costs for delivery providers by almost 97% and will make the riding experience seamless for delivery persons. This product receives appreciation and high demand from International market as well. Apart from this, Nexzu Mobility’s entire repertoire of products offer superior, comfortable riding experiences with cutting-edge e-cycles and e-scooters.

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Speaking on the development, Mr. Sunil Sahani, Exports Head said,– Nexzu Mobility, said, “Our range of products has been developed after months of R&D to perfectly suit the needs of our customers. We are thrilled to receive export orders for regions across the globe including Europe, Africa, Oceania and GCC countries, so we can now make a wider impact with our offerings. This is a significant step towards Nexzu Mobility’s expansion plan, and we are excited to see what comes next.”


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