SUN Mobility on March 19 announced a partnership with Zyngo, a hyperlocal 3PL company dedicated to last-mile and middle-mile delivery sector.
In a live event, the two companies formally announced their partnership and operations in the city of Gurugram.
As part of this association, Zyngo’s fleet of e-loaders/carriers will utilise SUN Mobility’s services through the network of Swap Points, available at IOCL stations. The partnership, said a press release, has already witnessed 120 vehicles deployed across four cities – Gurugram, Delhi, Noida and Ghaziabad, and will aim to expand to 500 vehicles by the end of this year.
In his message on the occasion, Haryana Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal Khattar said, “As part of our efforts to reduce pollution levels and generate employment opportunities in the state and make urban landscapes greener, this partnership between SUN Mobility & Zyngo is a major step in advancing our vision to develop Gurugram as the ‘smartest city’ in the country.”
“Our partnership with SUN Mobility’s will help provide a complete swapping ecosystem that will allow a pollution-free, seamless delivery service to our end-customers,” said Mr Prateek Rao, Founder and CEO, Zyngo.
Mr Chetan Maini, Chairman & Co-Founder, SUN Mobility, said, “Our partnership with Zyngo will allow us to accelerate clean last-mile delivery operations, using vehicles powered by our open architecture energy platform.”