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Swiggy partners with Gogoro for adoption of electric vehicles in last-mile delivery

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Swiggy, an online food delivery company, established a partnership with Taiwanese startup Gogoro, a technological leader in battery-swapping networks that offer sustainable mobility solutions for cities, on Thursday.  

According to Gogoro founder and CEO Horace Luke, the partnership would create a streamlined path for users to adopt sustainable electric transportation while also improving business efficiency. 

“Partnering with Swiggy, an industry leader, to provide access to Gogoro Smartscooters and battery swapping is critical to successfully transforming India’s urban fleets to electric,” Luke said. 

He also stated that Gogoro and the country’s national and city governments are working hard to accelerate the electric transition of India’s hyperlocal fleets. 

Swiggy’s Head of Operations, Mihir Shah, stated, “This partnership with Gogoro is another key step in our commitment to creating greener and more cost-effective solutions for our delivery fleet.”  

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“Gogoro’s battery swapping technology represents a new generation of electric refueling that has proven successful on a mass scale for last-mile delivery, and we look forward to working with them to transform hyperlocal deliveries to be more sustainable and efficient in India,” Shah added. 

He also stated that Gogoro and the country’s national and city governments are working hard to accelerate the electric transition of India’s hyperlocal fleets. 

Swiggy’s Head of Operations, Mihir Shah, stated, “This partnership with Gogoro is another key step in our commitment to creating greener and more cost-effective solutions for our delivery fleet.” 

“Gogoro’s battery swapping technology represents a new generation of electric refueling that has proven successful on a mass scale for last-mile delivery, and we look forward to working with them to transform hyperlocal deliveries to be more sustainable and efficient in India,” Shah added. 

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