This will enable ride-hailing services to be provided through the BluSmart app available for Apple and Android OS. In late 2021, BluSmart Mobility entered into an agreement with Jio-bp to set up a pan-India charging infrastructure.
Quiklyz, a leasing and subscription platform, offers a wide range of combustion-powered and electric vehicles for personal and commercial use from available car manufacturers in the country.
Apart from this, the company also claims that it has the largest electric vehicle fleet in India. On the other hand BluSmart Mobility ride-hailing service is currently available in Delhi-NCR. However, the company intends to expand its network to two major cities in the country.
In addition, BluSmart Mobility operates a fast-charger station network in the region. BluSmart’s partnership with Quiklyz has been informed by Anmol Singh Jaggi, Founder and CEO, BluSmart Mobility.
He added that “BluSmart through its all-electric fleet, provides zero-ride denial, zero-surge and zero-tailpipe emission ride-hailing services to make mobility smart and sustainable for a better future.”
He further added that “we needed a partner who could create a bespoke financing structure, industry-best service levels, and at Quiklyz we have found the ideal leasing partner to meet these needs. We look forward to our continued partnership with Quiklyz.” Which will be a win-win deal for all.
On the other hand, speaking on the partnership, Mohammad Turra, Senior VP & Head, Quiklyz said, “We are committed to providing innovative leasing solutions to popularize electric vehicles in India and are delighted to be the leasing partner of choice for BluSmart Mobility. Which has created a remarkable portfolio of EV fleets.”