The treaty with MAW Vriddhi, the second-largest vehicle group in Nepal, will also mark OSM’s entry into the Himalayan country, it added.
EV producer Omega Seiki Mobility (OSM) gave birth to strategic cooperation with Kathmandu-based MAW Vriddhi Commercial Vehicle to sell its electric vehicles in Nepal, according to a release. This coalition will facilitate OSM to fulfill the evolving desires of a consumer core, which is promptly staring at a sustainable and zero-emission last-mile transportation explanation in the thriving Nepalese market, the Faridabad-headquartered electric vehicle manufacturer announced in the release on Friday.
The treaty with MAW Vriddhi, the second largest automobile group in Nepal, will also commemorate OSM’s access into the Himalayan country, it added.
EV in Nepal – Omega Seiki Mobility Collaborates With MAW Vriddhi
Omega Seiki asserted it will be proposing the whole spectrum of its Rage Plus, Plus, Plus Rapid, Plus 125, Plus Frost, e-three wheelers, and e-rickshaw ADM Rexa for retailing in the neighboring nation through its undivided cooperation with MAW Vriddhi.
Moreover facilitating vehicles retail, the company’s touchpoints will moreover fulfill the service centers for OSM EVS, it enlarged.
Electric vehicles have been playing on Nepalese streets for virtually three decades directly, but they encompass just about 1 percent of the cumulative vehicle enrollments in the nation, according to OSM.
And as much as 80 percent of these EVs are three-wheelers, the firm declared, referring to a questionnaire by the Nepalese administration.
“India and Nepal are two intimate associates. I am very delighted to declare OSAMA’s coalition with MAW.”
Vriddhi Commercial Vehicle, which is one of the largest CV players in Nepal. The coalition will enable us to broaden our cooperation to help industries strengthen their profitability, which is striving to shift to sustainable last-mile transportation” explained Uday Narang, founder Chairman, Omega Seiki Mobility.
This is also an important effort in OSM’s endeavor to take Indian manufacturing to the international map, Narang added.
Vivek Sikaria, Managing Director, MAW Vriddhi Commercial Vehicle, asserted, “We are pretentious to collaborate with Omega Seiki Mobility. We proceed to enhance our coalition with huge electric vehicle manufacturers in a proposal to formulate it into an easier way for auto rickshaw drivers to change to inexpensive, highly productive, and less pollutive automobiles in Nepal”.
Omega Seiki Mobility has been evolving its output line up and generating impressions promptly in India, the release announced, amplifying it gives birth to large-scale manufacturing capabilities in Delhi-NCR and is presently glimpsing to broaden in Pune.
MAW Vriddhi is a mutual investment between MAW and Vriddhi Group of companies, which pertains to the commercial automobile industry. With over 17 names under its belt, the corporation gives more than 265 touchpoints.