Ampere Expands in Nepal by Launching E2W in Partnership with Kedia Organization

Ampere Expands in Nepal by Launching E2W in Partnership with Kedia Organization

Greaves Electric Mobility Private Limited, a part of Greaves Cotton Limited that focuses on electric mobility, just opened its first global showroom in Nepal. They teamed up with the Kedia Organization, a big business group. This is a major step for GEMPL as they enter the global electric vehicle (EV) market, reaching beyond India to meet the changing needs of Nepal’s market.

As part of the partnership, Ampere Electric’s two-wheeler sales, marketing, distribution, and after-sales service in Nepal will be handled exclusively by the Kedia Organization as the authorized distributor.

Ampere has opened a big shop in Teku, Kathmandu, and they’re thinking of opening more stores and partnering with dealers all over Nepal. More and more people in Nepal are choosing electric scooters because they care about the environment, and the government is supporting electric vehicles. Since Nepal has lots of hills and gas prices are going up, electric scooters are becoming even more popular, making Nepal a great place for electric bikes and scooters.

In Nepal, the main electric scooter is the Ampere Primus, backed up by the Ampere Magnus. The Primus is all about safety, with a special kind of battery and high performance from its motor, drive system, and smart navigation. It’s perfect for people who want a mix of style, performance, comfort, and reliability. On the other hand, the Magnus is all about top-notch performance and comfort, loaded with cool features.

Greaves Electric Mobility Pvt. Ltd.’s CEO, Mr. Sanjay Behl, expressed excitement about the company’s expansion into Nepal, citing the introduction of advanced electric two-wheelers and alignment with the country’s dynamic market. Behl also highlighted the company’s partnership with the esteemed Kedia Organization, emphasizing the joint vision to transform urban transportation and promote electric mobility.

The collaboration ushers in a new era of sustainable mobility in Nepal, as highlighted by Satyam Kedia, Managing Director of Kedia International, who highlighted the collaboration’s significance by placing both entities at the forefront of the country’s sustainable energy revolution by introducing a range of cutting-edge Greaves electric two-wheelers.