Omega Seiki Mobility announced a strategic partnership for providing lease financing solutions to retail investors. Under the partnership, Grip will finance 1,000 units of electric three-wheelers Rage+ Rapid of Omega Seiki Mobility. Both the companies will expand this partnership to lease a minimum of 5,000 electric vehicles by the end of 2023.  Through this deal, Omega Seiki Mobility targets to cater to the ever-growing demand for electric three-wheelers for last-mile delivery. Omega Seiki Mobility has an existing order book of over 40,000 commercial electric vehicles.

Commenting on the partnership,Uday Narang, Founder, and Chairman, Omega Seiki Mobilitysaid, “We are pleased to partner with Grip which is a customer-centric, tech-enabled new-age investment platform. The collaboration will work upon a stronger foothold of the EV in the existing market and accelerate the electrification drive. The absence of affordable financing options has proven to be a critical impediment for low-income patrons to change to EVs. Keeping with the belief system to creating sustainable mobility, OSM scouts various ways to lease and supply electric three-wheelers, adding to the current EV thrust in the country.”


Vivek Gulati, Co-Founder, and COO, Grip, said, “Since inception, Grip has partnered with 80+ venture capital-backed, high growth companies to enable asset-backed financing through Lease Financing and Inventory Financing. The Mobility sector, with a focus on EVs, has seen the maximum investments on our platform. Electric three-wheelers are an emerging segment, where leasing out the vehicle appears to be a beneficial proposition for both, the company and the retail investors looking to diversify their portfolio beyond market volatility to get fixed returns. One of the fastest-growing and integrated EV players, Omega Seiki Mobility joining hands with us, will prove to be a significant step ahead in democratizing and organizing the EV lease financing sector in India.”

“Grip is one of the leading platforms that is helping India to join the change of emission-free mobility and reduce the carbon footprint. Omega Seiki Mobility believes the only way to be successful in the Electric Vehicle market is through association hence, Omega Seiki Mobility has been inking multiple partnerships to make EVs more accessible and affordable and further its green drives” added Narang

OSM has set up large-scale manufacturing facilities in Delhi NCR and now looking to expand in Pune. The company is currently running its fleet in 20 cities, doing more than 15 lacs Km per month.

Grip is an investor-first, technology-driven, transparency-focused digital investment platform for curated non-market linked alternative investment opportunities across the entire risk-reward spectrum that best cater to an investor’s wealth creation. So far, Grip Invest claims to have enabled more than 20 Indian EV players to unlock the next growth phase. The platform claims to have facilitated the leasing of assets worth INR 125 plus crores and enabled over 80 companies such as BLueTokai, Furlenco, Holisol, Loadshare, ChargeZone, LetsTransport, FabAlley, etc. to access different channels of growth capital.

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