FullFily partners with Moto Business Service to manage its e-vehicles

FullFily partners with Moto Business Service to manage its e-vehicles

Moto Business Service India, a mobility solutions company, has recently entered into a joint venture with FullFily, a Green Mobility and Delivery solutions provider signifying its entrance into the two and three-wheelers electric vehicles asset management services.

Under this collaboration, MBSI (Moto Business Service India) will supervise FullFily’s electric two and three-wheelers, which are said to be a comprehensive electric vehicle as a service and delivery as a service platform.

Shoji Shiraishi, MBSI Managing Director, said that the new collaboration with FullFily reflects the start of the company’s operations in the EV (electric vehicle) segment in Chennai. India is witnessing sturdy growth in electric vehicle (EVs) sales as users and manufacturers hasten to transfer from gasoline-powered vehicles owing to the rising fuel cost.

The firm is planning to constantly onboard electric vehicles across several cities and generate employment opportunities for the youth of India, he added further.

MBSI further plans to collaborate with more mobility companies in the coming future, said Shiraishi adding that the firm aims to revolutionize the overall shared mobility space in India by bringing financial and strategic experience from stakeholders.

Ashok Viswanathan, CEO and Founder, FullFily, said that this collaboration with MBSI with a set of EVs- two-wheelers and three-wheelers would empower FullFily to expand its footprint across Chennai.

In the coming few months, FullFily is estimated to expand its partnership rapidly across South India by collaborating with more companies to offer solutions and hasten this electric transformation.

Additionally, FullFily intends to use its strategic alliances to enhance the access of fleet and infrastructure for tier II & III markets and SMB (small and medium business space), which is majorly under-serviced, Viswanathan said.

According to MBSI, the collaboration is for 200 units of Hero NYX Electric two-wheelers and 50 units of Omega Seiki Rage+ EV three-wheelers.

The firm also intends to manage around 2,000 more vehicles through Tamil Nadu with FullFily and the other last-mile delivery partners in the coming few months.

Source Credit -

About the author

Rashi Thakkar

Rashi Thakkar

Rashi started her journey in content when she was completing her MBA. Since then, she has helped well-known startups and businesses boost their online presence. Currently Rashi pens downs insightful articles for AlpenHornNews and various other websites, covering an array of sectors from finance and business to technology and healthcare.