The battery maker said that this new range of lithium batteries for e-Rickshaw has been designed and developed after extensive research into preferences and demand of its customers
August 21, 2019. By News Bureau
Okaya Power Pvt Ltd has announced that it has launched a new range of Okaya Lithium e-Rickshaw battery, which is armed with cutting edge latest technology and easy to install features.
The battery maker said that this new range of lithium batteries for e-Rickshaw have been designed and developed after an extensive research into preferences and demand of its customers.
As part of its limited period introductory inaugural offer, the company is offering its customers lithium battery charger worth Rs 10,500 for free with each lithium e-Rickshaw battery unit till stock lasts.
The company said in a statement that, the range of Okaya Lithium e-Rickshaw battery has been designed keeping in mind all the necessary features related to users and their requirements in India such as providing extraordinary performance with longer life, get fully charged in just 2 hours.
Furthermore, they are maintenance free, eco-friendly, cost-effective and having 3 years’ full warranty.
The company has launched this range of lithium e-Rickshaw battery to fulfill the huge demand for most efficient and highly durable batteries in this specific segment.
Remarking on the launch of this new range of Okaya lithium e-Rickshaw battery, Okaya Power Group, Managing Director, Anil Gupta said, “Until now the e-rickshaw battery market has been controlled largely by unorganized players, who were mostly unable to produce and supply innovative and reliable batteries to address the growing requirements of e-Rickshaw pliers. Our most exclusive product line is a winning combination of high-tech innovation and augmented reliability and we are committed to ensure deeper market penetration in this exclusive segment.”
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