PUNE: Humsafar, an app-based doorstep diesel delivery service provider for static and heavy earthmoving equipment has tied up with Okara Group, a leading transport, and logistics company, to launch doorstep diesel delivery services in various cities of Maharashtra including Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Thane, Nashik, Aurangabad, Navi Mumbai, Solapur and other cites of the state.
The Okara Group, founded by Ramandeep Singh and Meharban Singh, has a vast network within the transportation and logistics field, all throughout North and West India. Under their new venture, ‘Okara Fuelogics Pvt. Ltd’, the company is all set to offer doorstep diesel delivery services starting with the state of Maharashtra.
As per the strategic tie-up, Humsafar has received an order of 120 automated mobile fuel dispensing bowsers for Okara Fuelogics for diesel delivery. Humsafar will also provide technical and digital support to the new venture under the strategic alliance..
Besides fabricating automated and geo-fenced enabled bowsers for Okara, Humsafar will also provide social marketing services. Okara Fuelogics will use the ‘Fuel Humsafar’ app for its orders. With Humsafar’s Tech Platform, services like capturing diesel orders, tracking browser movements, billing, payments, delivery acknowledgments, etc will all be accessible.
“Okara Fuelogics will provide doorstep diesel delivery services farmers, housing societies, hotels, hospitals, malls, construction sites, industries, banquets, and other bulk buyers of diesel in various major cities of Maharashtra,” said Zoravar Singh, Director & Co-founder of Okara Fuelogics.
“Subsequently we also plan on expanding our services to Karnataka and Gujarat”, added Ramandeep Singh, Director of Okara Group. The management team comes with more than two decades of experience in the field of transportation, safe storage, handling of cargo, emergencies, and SOS situations.
“Our alliance with Okara Group is mainly to provide doorstep diesel delivery services in Maharashtra and to help entities like housing societies, industries as well as malls, with a regular supply of diesel. It saves customers the hassle of transporting large amounts of diesel from the petrol stations to their desired location. This would also cut down the unsafe practices of transporting the fuel and ensure a highly secured mode of transport by Humsafar delivery dispensers,” said Dilpreet Sadana, Co-founder and Technology Head at Humsafar.
Humsafar’s solution allows users to place orders on the ‘Fuel Humsafar’ app and choose the desired quantity and delivery location.
“Once the order is placed through the app, Humsafar’s PESO (Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation) approved bowser, will carry fuel to the pre-set destination. The 4000-liter as well as 6000-liter capacity delivery trucks come with a mobile fuel dispenser for easy transfer of diesel. Also, the truck is enabled with geofencing technology to keep it locked till it reaches the set location, is equipped with fire extinguishers and safety cones among others for demarcation of the delivery area. Diesel is delivered at the day’s running price including taxes applicable in the state,” said Sanya Goel, Director, and Co-founder of Humsafar.
Humsafar is currently serviceable in NCR including Noida, Delhi, Haryana (Samalkha, Bapali, Israna and Madlauda, Karnal, Sonipat, Hisar, Ambala, Rohtak, Bahadurgarh, Faridabad, Rewari, and Gurugram), Rajasthan, Gujarat, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Kanpur, Allahabad, and Ghaziabad.
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