India’s leading multi-brand electric vehicle store, Blive, is the first platform in India to use electric kick scooters for food delivery at Mumbai and Delhi international airports. The company has partnered with Lite Bite Foods (LBF) and Devyani International Limited (DIL) to provide EV solutions that benefit over 30,000 air travelers every day at the country’s busiest airports. In particular, DIL and LBF are among India’s largest grocery chain operators, stocking prominent brands such as KFC, Pizzahut, Costa Coffee and Punjab Grill, to name a few. With this move, Blive is now ready to help its partners reduce airport grocery delivery times, minimize customer wait times, provide more convenience for delivery staff, reduce carbon footprint and provide a hassle-free airport experience.
With travel pickup and increasing number of passengers at the airport, DIL and LBF at Mumbai and Delhi airports had to face the challenges like timely delivery of orders and minimizing waiting times with sustainable solutions. Your employees were walking the distance from the counter to the customer, and the airport’s vastness resulted in lost orders, employee exhaustion, and longer wait times for customers. By introducing electric kick scooters for deliveries from Blive, operators at the grocery chain have not only been able to meet increased customer demands and boost employee performance, but also contribute to sustainability goals with clean mobility.
By entering into this partnership with DIL and LBF, Blive supports its partners to take their first step towards sustainability and reduce their carbon footprint. Blive, with its EV solutions, will enable them to take collective responsibility for fighting climate change with innovative and clean solutions. Going forward, in the second phase of this partnership, the multi-brand EV platform will expand its EV solutions to 655+ DIL outlets and 150+ LBF outlets to promote 100% e-mobility adoption in India and to to reach.
Mr. Samarth Kholkar, CEO and co-founder of BLive, said: “We have always strived to find innovative solutions to the existing e-mobility challenges. The demand for electric vehicles for delivery is huge. Mumbai Airport is one of the busiest and most important airports worldwide. Here our partners had difficulties with increased customer requirements and increasing passenger frequency. We are pleased that the electric scooters we provided have not only helped them overcome their challenges of delivering food on time, but have also assisted them in their transition to clean mobility. We believe such innovative moves and meaningful collaborations can help achieve business goals and align organizations towards the larger goal of achieving our sustainability goals for a cleaner, greener and brighter future.”
Blive, a digital-first multi-brand EV store, has expanded its presence with 19 stores across India. The company recently onboarded Deloitte as its knowledge partner to benefit from the consultancy’s industry expertise in streamlining merchant onboarding. The brand aims to have 100 EV stores by 2024 and will soon expand its reach to newer locations to drive EV adoption, accelerate decarbonization and combat climate change.
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