Minimizing carbon emissions by using electric vehicles in last-mile deliveries

Fuelled by the change in shopping trends worldwide, an increasing number of people are switching to online shopping. This in return is resulting in the decline of conventional retail businesses. As global e-commerce rises, last-mile companies rush to complete deliveries in minimum time, which results in a surge in global carbon emissions. As sustainability is an important aspect of the business...

How to minimize the carbon footprint of last-mile deliveries?

Even in pandemic, last-mile deliveries all around the globe are seeing persistent numbers. As a matter-of-fact online delivery has seen nothing but an exponential growth ever since the COVID-19 pandemic hit. However good this may be for the industry, it also means that in order to achieve last-mile delivery targets and to stand up to customer expectations, more and more e-commerce delivery...

3 alternate solutions to conventional last-mile deliveries

Fuelled by the change in shopping trends, the substantial increase in online purchases post lockdown, has resulted in a massive growth of the already soaring e-commerce sector. As every day more and more businesses go online, last-mile companies rush to fulfil the increasing number of deliveries. While many retailers and CPG (Consumer Packaged Goods) companies provide the same products, they...

How is delivery with e-bikes a profitable choice?

If you ponder about it, which industry do you think is booming currently? Which sectors are the least affected by pandemics or even more significant problems? It’s the giants like Amazon, Flipkart, and Zomato, leading all economic markets currently. With busy metropolitan lifestyles, people don’t have the time to go shopping or even prepare their food. They take their phones out and pick a...

EVs Shaping the Delivery Infrastructure

With the world transforming for almost a century now, industrialization and mechanization have taken its toll on the environment, inducing climate change as one inevitable phenomenon. All of us saw it happening through the pollution that our cars and vehicles emit and in the unruly ways that the human population had continued to exist on the planet. But, of course, we did nothing until the...

What Essential Deliveries in the Post-Coronavirus period look like?

The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed every aspect of regular life as we know it – education, professional workload, and even healthcare services have been largely pushed online. Everything in the power of the internet is being done to ensure that people stay indoors, including home deliveries of certain essential goods such as food, medication, and hygiene products. The imposition of mobility...

E-Commerce bridging the gap of “Deliveries” & “Customers” with Electric Vehicles

The fast-paced nature of urban life has resulted in little time for visiting markets and stores for fulfilling everyday needs. Rapid urbanization has thereby facilitated the rise of e-commerce – there is a rising demand for food delivery, grocery delivery, and medicine delivery. These deliveries are expected to be safe, efficient, and quick. The last feature is acquiring...

Invest in Electric Bikes: Generate good passive earning

Why will you invest in electric bikes? The youth of today always want to invest in something from where they can have a good passive income. Investment in idle assets will increase your liability only due to the poor condition of the economy. Some may try to invest money in fixed deposits, mutual funds, gold, or properties. But all of them are subjects to market risk. You might not get the...

EV rental services- sustainable transport that is both cost and energy-efficient

It has been predicted that only in Delhi the demand for electric vehicles would be 69.6 terawatt-hours by 2030. This is expected to generate a revenue of ₹700 billion. Furthermore, on 1st Feb 2019 Piyush Goyal (Minister of Railways) shared that by 2030 there will only be electric vehicles running on the streets of India. In fact, later that year, MG introduced cars like Hector and MG...
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