News | 09 May 2021

Last-mile connectivity with an Electric three wheelers

This exponential growth since its initial days is driven by factors like increasing penetration of smart mobile devices, improved broadband and wireless internet access, rise in usage of digital payments and cash on delivery services as well as aggressive customer acquisition and retention strategies. With the advent of an increase in demand for food delivery, e-commerce logistics, and courier services there is a vast mobility solution opportunity using EVs in the middle and last-mile connectivity with the three and two-wheelers as delivery vectors. The dependency on intracity logistics has taken the industry from mere transportation services to fully integrated service providers, strongly supported by technology.

In order to push the electric vehicle ecosystem, the government is trying to accelerate the acceptance of electric vehicles with new policies. Increasing pollution levels and often featuring in the list of world’s most polluted cities has driven the government to take substantial measures towards electric mobility, the moment of change seems to have finally arrived.

EDMRC aims to bring about a holistic change by empowering e-commerce companies, logistics players and drivers, providing them with seamless solutions by merging performance, data and reliability. With their wide range of EVs, EDMRC has transformed from an EV design company into a full-fledged EV, transitioning from a conversion expert to creators of new electric vehicles.

Electric 3-wheeler Company. A true technological company at heart EDMRC has evolved from being converters to creators as it aims to provide affordable electric mobility in every segment of the society. It has attained so by managing intercity logistics through ACE; easing lives of home delivery boys through Meghdoot, or a micro-entrepreneur driving our Yuva.

EDMRC is slowly electrifying intercity logistics by upgrading the lives of

EDMRC group is a leading Electric vehicle and carts manufacturers. EDMRC shows the commitment to work on providing a holistic solution, including driver training and guidance on charging infrastructure set up.


With diesel and petrol prices increasing daily and reaching an all-time high, logistics fleet owners have had to cut corners by reducing driver incentives, hence reducing the driver’s overall savings.

Driving a Yuva electric light vehicle could reduce the running cost by an extra Rs.4 for every km, helping them save up to Rs.2000 a month. By automatic transmission for its drivers, EDMRC is slowly becoming every fleet operator’s vehicle of choice.


EDMRC has pledged to the mission of decarburizing the environment by its two-prong approach of conversion of existing polluting ICE vehicles to electric vehicles and creating new electric vehicles. It’s unique and certified conversion process helps in reducing the carbon footprint at a double rate. Additionally, EDMRC Group has pledged as a company towards responsible manufacturing processes to reduce its overall footprint.

Innovative and integrated solutions have become one of the fundamental tenets for the adoption of electric vehicles in intra-city logistics companies. EDMRC is leading this change with a vision to build EV for all and eventually electrify intercity logistics by bringing reliable and intelligent products, reducing the cost of ownership and creating unmatched comfort and experience for our drivers.

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