Greaves Electric Mobility Expands Into Nepal: Launches First Showroom

Indian EV Giant Enters Nepalese Market with a Flagship Store in Kathmandu

Kathmandu, Nepal - A New Era for Electric Mobility

In a landmark move, Greaves Electric Mobility Pvt. Ltd., a leading Indian electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer, has expanded its global footprint by inaugurating its first international showroom in Nepal. This strategic move signals the company's commitment to bolstering electric mobility and marks a significant chapter in its growth narrative.

Greaves Electric Mobility Expands Into Nepal

Exclusive Partnership for a Sustainable Future

The new showroom, located in Teku, Kathmandu, is the result of a collaboration with the renowned Kedia Organisation. This partnership is set to revolutionize the electric two-wheeler sector in Nepal, with Kedia Organisation being the exclusive authorized distributor for Ampere's electric scooters. They will oversee sales, marketing, distribution, and after-sales services.

Ampere's Electric Line-up: Primus and Magnus

Ampere will introduce its popular models, the Primus and Magnus, to the Nepalese market. These electric scooters are known for their efficiency and eco-friendliness, aligning with the rising demand for sustainable transportation solutions in Nepal.

Expansion and Market Penetration Plans

With an eye on widespread accessibility, Greaves Electric Mobility plans to establish multiple outlets and dealerships across Nepal. This expansion is a response to the burgeoning electric two-wheeler industry in the country, which has recently seen entries from other Indian brands like Ather Energy and Ola Electric.

A Commitment to Green Mobility

Sanjay Behl, CEO of Greaves Electric Mobility Pvt. Ltd., emphasized the importance of this expansion as a crucial step in the company's global strategy. He highlighted their mission of transforming urban mobility and making electric vehicles accessible in every corner of the world, starting with Nepal.

This strategic expansion by Greaves Electric Mobility into Nepal's growing electric vehicle market is not just a business move but a commitment to sustainable and accessible urban mobility. As the company joins hands with Kedia Organisation, it sets the stage for a greener future, making a significant impact in the electric mobility landscape of South Asia.
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Last updated on 04-12-2023. Published on 04-12-2023.
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