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Hero electric ramps up for festive season

Snapshot: Hero is offering services to multibrand electric scooters, even for those brands who have ceased their operations in India.

Hero Electric is all set to take advantage of the upcoming festive season. They are offering services to multi brand electric scooters, even for those brands who have ceased their operations in India. They are also offering various gift hampers and assured vouchers worth Rs 3000 for the coming festivals of Navratri and Diwali.

Manufactured in Ludhiana, Punjab, Hero Electric became the first e-bike company from India to go online, when they joined hands with the Snapdeal for the online sales operations. This month will mark the completion of one year of their collaboration and the result is fruitful. They have registered a growth of 150% on the quarterly average basis.

Hero electric is creating a workforce of 5000 strong, skilled service men, who will specialize in handling recent technology based e-bikes. The Hero is organizing training camps to meet the requirement of skill specialization. They are also conducting mega service camps and offering doorstep service to the customers.

Hero electric is also looking forward to tie up with institutions and ready to give them customized services too. Hero aims at changing the perception of the market towards the electric bikes. To accomplish this, they are offering new age products with features like fire resistant wiring, maintenance free and all weather batteries, all new high inertia motors and much more.

Arbab Ashraf- Marketing Head, Hero Electric said "The partnership has been rewarding, and we believe patrons will appreciate the idea of buying e-bikes through a trusted online partner."

Sohinder Gill, CEO- Hero Electric added "As a market leader, the company aims to create a dynamic marketplace for e-bikes, and address the e-bike user needs, identify tech shortcomings and reasons that stop a majority of people from turning to an environment friendly bikes."

Read our story on how, the electric bike market is going to surge in coming times.

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