Bounce Share goals to deploy over 10,000 e-scooters in subsequent 2 years. Read right here

Bounce Share goals to deploy over 10,000 e-scooters in subsequent 2 years. Read right here

Bengaluru, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, and Hyderabad is ready to recover from 10,000 e-scooters throughout the subsequent two years of EV rental agency Bounce Share in collaboration with logistics startup Howdyy. 

Bengaluru-based Howdyy, which entered the market in 2020, gives an electrical vehicle-driven fleet for mid and last-mile deliveries.

Bounce Share is the EV rental arm of electrical two-wheeler maker Bounce.

“We are thrilled to partner with Bounce for this strategic collaboration. Their market presence will help us in covering the last-mile delivery space in at least five cities. The collaboration will help us go a long way by carving the right niche in the domestic logistics industry. We look forward to more such tie-ups in the near future,” stated Aashirwad Deshmukkh, founder-CEO of Howdyy.

Backed by international buyers, akin to Falcon Edge, Sequoia Capital, Accel, B-CAP, and Qualcomm, Bengaluru-headquartered Bounce rolled out its first client electrical scooter Infinity E together with its battery-swapping community Bounce Infinity final December.


“With fuel prices rising and an increase in carbon emission, it is high time for the logistics industry in the country to focus on contributing to sustainable mobility. Our partnership with Howdyy is one step forward towards sustainable mobility solutions,” stated Anil G, co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Bounce.  

Bounce’s swapping stations work on the strains of a gas station with charged and ready-to-go batteries that supply personnel can simply swap with their near-empty batteries in a couple of minutes, the EV rental agency stated.

With this infrastructure in place, supply personnel would not have to attend for the scooter to cost or vary nervousness, it added. 

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