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Zomato to convert 40 percent of delivery fleet into power-assisted bikes in 2 years

The company aims to build a future that creates more tangible value and leaves a lesser carbon footprint

  • Published: February 12, 2019 2:22 PM IST
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Online restaurant guide and food ordering firm Zomato Monday said it is planning to convert 40 per cent of its delivery fleet into power-assisted bikes in two years. Also Read - Uber-Zomato deal: Cab aggregator likely to sell stake in Zomato for Rs 2,938 crore

Currently, the company has over 5,000 cyclists operating across 12 cities in India, with the majority of the fleet being in Delhi-NCR, Zomato said in a statement. Also Read - Restaurants increase discounts on their apps to reduce dependency on Zomato, Swiggy

The company provides food delivery services in 150 cities across the country with a last-mile delivery fleet of 1.5 lakh partners, it added. Also Read - Delhi govt mandates cab aggregators, food delivery services to have all-electric vehicle fleet by April 2030

“We are working closely with our vendor partners to raise the scale of e-cycle adoption and aim to convert 40 per cent of our fleet to power-assisted bikes within the next two years,” Zomato Food Delivery business CEO Mohit Gupta said.

The company aims to build a future that creates more tangible value and leaves a lesser carbon footprint, he added.

This is published unedited from the PTI feed.

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  • Published Date: February 12, 2019 2:22 PM IST



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