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TNR Electric Vehicles set to display its scooter variants in Ride Asia 2022

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TNR Electric Vehicles set to display its scooter variants in Ride Asia 2022

TNR Electric Vehicles set to display its scooter variants in Ride Asia 2022

New Delhi, 15th April 2022: Successful industrialists and businessmen nowadays strongly believe in innovation and the latest technological advancements which trigger them to new heights in industry and to compete in the international market. Ride Asia is one such B2B event organized in Delhi every year, where dealers, distributors, importers and entrepreneurs who are looking for new business opportunities come with the different segments in E – Vehicles, E-Bikes, Cycles, Sports and Fitness industry.

Recently even Delhi Government came in support of Electric vehicles and announced that they will provide a subsidy of ₹ 5,500 each for the first 10,000 buyers of e-cycles in the city, Delhi transport minister Kailash Gahlot said. The first 1,000 buyers of passenger e-cycles will also be given an additional subsidy of ₹ 2,000, he added.

According to Mr Naveen Sachdewa (CEO) TNR Electric Vehicles “Ride Asia provides us one such platform where we can connect directly with many investors/ customers, here people can come and interact with us giving us a better opportunity to discuss Brand and Products. This lets us escalate our business and create jobs openings, thus helping the economic structure of the country.

Mr Trilok Nath Mittal (MD) TNR Electric Vehicles Said “Ride Asia helps us connect with more people from the EV Industry giving us all networking opportunities and a chance to see and share the latest developments or innovations within the industry. And let us not forget the younger generations who are the potential market and the end-users of the vehicles. India is EV ready and we’re here to power it.”.

The EV industry in India dates back to 1996 and but brands in the EV segment are still not popular and India still needs awareness among the millennials about the usage of EVs and their benefits. Still, we fail to reach many of our target audience in the country as well as across the globe.

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