Bajaj Auto And Flipkart Partner For Last-Mile Deliveries With Electric Three-Wheelers

Bajaj will provide over 1,000 electric three-wheelers for last-mile delivery to Flipkart over the next two years.

By car&bike Team


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Published on May 13, 2024

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  • Bajaj and Flipkart have signed an MoU as part of a non-binding agreement.
  • Bajaj will provide its electric three-wheelers to Flipkart for last-mile deliveries.
  • The use of electric cargo vehicles aims to improve efficiency and sustainability in delivering operations.

Bajaj Auto and Flipkart have joined forces for the adoption of electric vehicles for the e-commerce giant. The manufacturer will be providing electric three-wheelers for last-mile delivery operations. Both companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which lays the seeds for a long-term business partnership between both players. 


Talking about the MoU with Flipkart, Samardeep Subandh, a spokesperson from Bajaj Auto, said, "As e-commerce continues to scale up rapidly, the impact of last-mile logistics will increase significantly in India. Driving sustainability in last-mile logistics has been a key agenda item for Flipkart, India's homegrown e-commerce marketplace. As a part of this partnership, Bajaj Auto will provide 1000+ electric cargo vehicles over the next two years.”


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Hemant Badri, Senior Vice President and Head of Supply Chain, Customer Experience & Re-Commerce, Flipkart Group, said, "As India's homegrown e-commerce marketplace, we recognise the profound impact our operations can have on the environment and society. Our alliance with Bajaj Auto Ltd. marks a pivotal moment for Flipkart and the entire landscape of Indian e-commerce, underscoring the company's unwavering commitment to sustainable supply chains. This is also mission-aligned with our commitment to transition our 100 per cent last-mile delivery fleet to EVs, a pledge Flipkart took as a member of Climate Group's global electric mobility initiative, EV100."


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The non-binding commitment includes Bajaj supplying a minimum of 1,000 electric cargo three-wheelers over the next two years to Flipkart, with the potential for fleet expansion in the future. Flipkart says that integrating Bajaj electric three-wheelers in logistics will enhance the efficiency and sustainability of its last-mile delivery operations.


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