By the end of the fiscal year 2022, Hero Electric plans to reach 1,000 sales touchpoints. The firm will launch 300 new sales touchpoints across the country in response to the growing demand for electric two-wheelers. In the next five years, this segment is expected to grow at a rate of 20%.
In addition, Hero Electric has announced a production capacity expansion for the current fiscal year, intending to double sales from the previous year.
With record footfalls across 500+ cities in India, the company’s 700+ sales and service network has set the tone for the rest of the year. According to Hero Electric, the increased demand has spurred interest from entrepreneurs and seasoned auto dealers who want to inquire about setting up Hero Electric dealerships in some of the country’s most isolated cities.
“We strongly believe that a solid and well-equipped network is the key to a delighted consumer because everything cannot be communicated on a virtual platform,” said Sohinder Gill, CEO of Hero Electric. Our well-trained sales and service representatives are ready to answer any questions a customer could have about how to operate, use, and maintain our Electric Scooters.”
“Face-to-face connection is also critical in establishing the brand HERO’s trust and confidence, as well as the comfort, convenience, and low operating costs of our bikes.” The expansion of the network is a great sign for the electric car market, and it has piqued the interest of dealers who want to help Hero Electric drive the green mobility revolution. “We are looking forward to the next phase of electric mobility, where our dealer partners will be able to ride the wave of growth and welcome those who want to be a part of this green revolution,” Sohinder added.
Entrepreneurs and traditional ICE dealers have been inquiring about setting up company-specific huge showrooms near roads for increased exposure and traffic, according to the electric two-wheeler producer.