Greaves Electric Mobility (GEMPL) has announced its entry into the worldwide market by opening its first showroom in Nepal in conjunction with the Kedia Organization. This strategic expansion is a key step forward in GEMPL’s EV journey, expanding its reach beyond India’s borders and meeting the changing needs of the Nepalese market. The Kedia Organization will be the sole authorized distributor of Ampere Electric two-wheelers in Nepal, handling sales, marketing, distribution, and after-sales service.
Ampere has opened its first flagship showroom in Teku, Kathmandu, and plans to open multiple shops and dealerships across the country. The electric two-wheeler business in Nepal has recently expanded significantly, driven by a growing awareness of environmental sustainability and government assistance for electric cars. The attractiveness of electric two-wheelers is heightened by Nepal’s Himalayan topography and rising gasoline prices, reinforcing the country’s standing as a promising market for the electric mobility business, according to the company.
In the Nepal market, Ampere Primus, backed by Ampere Magnus, is the premier offering. Prioritising safety with its LFP battery pack, Primus delivers heightened performance through a PMS motor, belt drive, and a smart connected cluster for effortless navigation.
Sanjay Behl, CEO, Greaves Electric Mobility, said, “We are thrilled to announce our foray into Nepal as a significant stride in our global expansion. Our commitment to sustainable mobility aligns seamlessly with the dynamic market in Nepal, and we are excited to launch our advanced electric two-wheelers. Partnering with the esteemed Kedia Organisation, a company with a legacy spanning over a century, reinforces our vision to make ‘Har Gully Electric’ and transform urban mobility.”
Satyam Kedia, Managing Director, Kedia International, said, “Kedia Organisation and Greaves Electric Mobility are at the forefront of a new energy revolution in Nepal. Together, we are introducing a range of innovative Greaves electric two-wheelers, ushering in a new era of sustainable mobility in the country.”