Zomato, an online meal ordering and delivery service, has collaborated with Battery Smart to give its delivery partners access to Battery Smart’s network for battery switching.
The arrangement would provide Zomato’s delivery partners access to Battery Smart’s current network of more than 800 exchange stations spread over more than 30 cities, as reported by The Economic Times.com.
“This association with Battery Smart adds further momentum to our commitment as our delivery partners can now leverage a vast and accessible network of battery swapping stations,” Zomato COO, Food Ordering & Delivery Business, Rinshul Chandra said.
The partnership with Zomato, according to Battery Smart the co-founder Pulkit Khurana, empowers both fresh and current delivery providers to get involved in the EV revolution.
Zomato‘s technological platform, which was introduced in 2010, links clients with restaurants and delivery services to meet their various demands. Customers use platforms to find restaurants, read and write reviews that other customers have written, see and upload images, order food delivery, reserve a table, and pay for their meals at restaurants.