SG Fleet and Zoomo announce partnership to put more EVs in commercial fleets

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Zoomo, a leader in light electric last-mile delivery vehicles, and Australian integrated mobility solutions provider SG Fleet have announced a partnership that aims to put more light electric vehicles into service in the postal delivery segment in the UK and Australia.

SG Fleet became a strategic investor in Zoomo during its recent US$20m Series B funding round and the two companies are said to share a similar vision of providing efficient and sustainable vehicles to help individuals and businesses reduce the impact of their emissions on the environment.

As part of the partnership, Zoomo’s e-bikes will be offered to SG Fleet’s existing customer base to further broaden its range of electric solutions for increasingly critical last-mile deliveries.

The partnership will also offer collaborative R&D opportunities for both parties – Zoomo will gain insights into fleet management knowledge and processes, while SG Fleet will benefit from Zoomo’s expertise in e-bike management and access to its network of maintenance suppliers.

Robbie Blau, CEO, SG Fleet, said, “This is an important investment for SG Fleet. We’re excited to work collaboratively with Zoomo in this arena that will allow us to deliver light electric vehicles as a viable, sustainable mobility alternative to enhance our customers’ fleets.”

Mina Nada, co-Founder and CEO, Zoomo (above left), commented, “We are proud to partner with a leading Australian company like SG Fleet to help consumers and enterprises reduce the environmental impact of their transport.

“Light electric vehicles are the heart of our business and offer transformative growth. Our expertise in this space builds a strong platform for SG Fleet’s customer offering. We see immense potential in offering SG Fleet’s customers access to cleaner, more commercially viable solutions for last-mile delivery.”

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