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 - Google offers Dunzo delivery through Pay app
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 - Amazon launches food delivery service 'Amazon Food' in India
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 - Instagram launches in-app food delivery to support local businesses
“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.
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