Omega Seiki Mobility forays into Kerala
Modified On Nov 27, 2022 02:12 PM
Opens first dealership to retail its range of electric three-wheeler
Omega Seiki Mobility, India’s leading last-mile electric vehicle maker continues with aggressive expansion plans to capitalize on the growing demand for electric three-wheeler also known as e-auto across India. One of the top players in this new vehicle segment, OSM is entering into new geographies to reach a wider customer base in different pockets of India.
The company announces new outlets in the city of Kozhikode (Calicut), Kerala, its first dealership in the state. As the firm expects to take the EVs to next level, and so entry into the new market is necessary to reach the customer in urban, semi-urban, and rural markets.
The increased sale of last-mile EVs is not only greener and aids in bringing down the noise and air pollution in cities, towns, and villages but also reduces the operational costs of logistics players in the region. EVs help with the latter thanks to their ultra-low running cost and negligible maintenance charges.
OSM retails the Rage Plus e-auto in passenger and cargo carrier segments in different payload, cargo load bodies, and ranges including Rage Plus Rapid, Rage Plus, etc The Rage Plus is a 960 kg GVW electric cargo three-wheeler with a 500 kg payload capacity. With a top speed of 45 kmph, the Rage Plus comes with a fixed type battery of 10.8 kWh capacity with a company-certified Rage of 120 km.
As the demand for e-auto is on the rise, OSM finds a huge potential to grow, and take advantage to emerge as a leader in the e-auto segment. And to increase sales by offering value for money, efficient and long-range e-auto, reaching large customers/market is key, and thus expanding its network with new touchpoints and experience centers in the key market across India.
Likewise, the firm has been growing its product lineup and manufacturing footprint rapidly in India, and has set up large-scale manufacturing facilities in Delhi NCR, and Pune and now looking to expand in Chennai. The firm is currently running its fleet in 25 cities, registering over 10 lac km a month.