ElectroRide by Goenka Green, a multi-brand electric vehicle retail chain, has secured orders from Uber and Jubilant FoodWorks for tailored end-to-end EV mobility solutions. The objective is to promote eco-friendly urban transportation using light commercial vehicles, offering both long-term rentals and outright purchases.
In this partnership, ElectroRide will supply cost-effective and customized electric vehicles that meet the specific requirements of Uber and Jubilant FoodWorks, including brands like Domino’s and Hong’s Kitchen. This development is a result of ElectroRide’s strategic collaboration with HCD India, the country’s first OEM specializing in last-mile mobility and delivery. Together, HCD India and ElectroRide have been serving major logistics service providers such as DHL and Delhivery.
Tanuj Jain, Director and co-founder of Goenka Green, expressed excitement about the association with Uber and Jubilant FoodWorks, aiming to redefine last-mile mobility. Raghav Nanda, Founder & CEO of HCD India, emphasized their unique position in the market, thanks to electric vehicles tailored to the specific demands of these companies and the last-mile mobility sector.
Rajendra Goenka, Founder and Chairman of Goenka Green, outlined their ambitious plans to expand to 2,500 EV stores across India in the next 5 years. Additionally, they intend to introduce 10,000 electric vehicles on Indian roads within the next 2 years, becoming the largest multi-brand electric vehicle chain serving B2B customers.
ElectroRide offers a wide range of e-mobility products, including motorcycles, three-wheelers, and eco-mobility solutions. The company also focuses on providing aftersales support and actively contributes to the development and deployment of e-vehicle charging infrastructure nationwide.