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Omega Seiki Partners With Agri Junction to Deploy 10,000 Electric Vehicles to Cater to Rural Market Demand

Omega Seiki Mobility (OSM) on Friday introduced a strategic partnership with Agri Junction to deploy over 10,000 electrical two and three-wheelers in rural markets by present fiscal yr.

In the primary part, these autos will probably be launched in tier II and III markets of Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra, the 2 companies stated in a joint launch.

Faridabad-headquartered Omega Seiki product vary contains electrical three-wheeler Rage+, passenger electrical three-wheeler Stream and light-weight industrial car M1KA.

The firm stated will probably be deploying Rage+ vary and Stream together with specialised new product line-up akin to e-two-wheeler Mopedo, Stream City, drones and tractors to cater to rural market demand.

Agri Junction, a digital market for agriculture merchandise, will help in car deployment, itemizing of OSM autos on its web site, offering entry to credit score by means of PM Mudra Yojana, establishing of EV infrastructure, amongst others, the discharge stated.

On the opposite hand, OSM will probably be offering EVs, arrange charging infrastructure and an R&D workforce for growing new merchandise particular for rural markets of India.

“OSM is testing its electric tractors at its Korea and Thailand R&D centres and will be bringing new concepts of tractor as a service and leasing for the tier II and III markets by 2023,” Uday Narang, Founder and Chairman of OSM, stated.

Agri Junction is a provider of agricultural seeds, pesticides, fertilisers, equipment and tools, with a presence in 10 rural cities of Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra.

On Thursday, it was reported that the federal government is gearing up to launch a cellular app devoted to electrical car customers. The Super App is claimed to present particulars concerning the location of electrical car charging stations and their availability in real-time. The authorities is working with state-run Convergence Energy Services Limited (CESL) to develop the app.

The app will present tariff data of the charging stations and permit customers to make and alter reservations at close by stations. The CESL may even arrange 810 electrical car charging stations throughout 16 highways and expressways, in accordance to CESL.