Zoomo, the last-mile electric vehicle brand, is teaming up with Vok and Fernhay to expand its range of four-wheeled e-cargo bikes.
Zoomo will offer financing for both Vok, a provider of automotive- grade cargo bikes, and Fernhay vehicles, a micromobility vehicle solutions provider. The partnership will also include full maintenance and its advanced fleet management software which helps businesses track and maintain their delivery fleet.
The announcement builds on Zoomo’s recent introduction of EAV to its product lineup, reinforcing the company’s dedication to putting more light electric vehicles (LEVs) on the road.
Both Vok and Fernhay e-cargo bikes are tailored to the specific requirements of urban delivery, offering a spacious 2,000-litre cargo capacity and a robust 200 kg payload limit. With a 250W output and supported speeds of up to 25 km/h, these vehicles present an ideal replacement for traditional vans.
Michael Johnson, Co-Founder and CRO, Zoomo, said: “We’re all in on e-cargo bikes as true ‘van-replacers’. We know our customers in urban logistics want this solution to achieve their sustainability goals and drive more efficient deliveries. We have traction from customers around the world, including the likes of Evri, who are reaping the benefits of integrating cargo bikes into their fleets, and we’re determined to build on this momentum.”
Peter Schenkman, Fernhay COO, added: “Our partnership with Zoomo is a significant step towards offering efficient, green, and cost-saving urban logistics. We share a commitment to sustainability and believe that e-cargo bikes can revolutionise last-mile delivery.”
Vok and Fernhay will leverage Zoomo’s global reach in the United Kingdom, Europe, the United States and North America. Furthermore, both existing and future customers of VOK and Fernhay gain access to Zoomo’s extensive service network, telematics-integrated software platform, and financing options.