On April 15, 2021, Okinawa Autotech affirmed its partnership with
Welectric, helping companies involved in the last leg of their delivery
operations switch their delivery fleet to electric vehicles. With an existing
fleet of 150 electric two-wheelers (2Ws), Welectric is determined to increase
to over 2,000 in the coming months. This partnership helps Welectric obtain
electric scooters from Okinawa, along with their latest model- the Okinawa
Dual, a customisable B2B electric two-wheeler.
Jeetender Sharma, Founder and MD, Okinawa Autotech, mentioned the urgent
need for businesses in the delivery segment to consistently innovate, lessen
operational costs while increasing efficiency, especially when dealing with the
rising fuel prices. His statement was related to the growth in e-commerce and
last-mile deliveries stoked by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sharma also praised Vikas Jain, CEO, Welectric, for his remarkable
performance in the B2C market. Welectric’s several electric two-wheeler models
matching their petrol counterparts in pick-up and speed, is a solid
This partnership between the two companies provides corporates
comprehensive lease solutions on the entire range of Okinawa Electric 2Ws.
Vikas Jain also highlighted the benefits that come along with the ease
of procuring brand new OPEX electric 2W models. There will be the availability
of easy after-sales services like doorstep maintenance, insurance-claim
support, warranty and refurbishment or upgrade options.
Currently, Okinawa has six electric scooters in its portfolio, ranging from Rs 50,000 to
Rs 114,000. These include the Li-ion Slow-Speed and Li-ion High-Speed scooters,
with an average commuting range of 65 to 140 km per charge.
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