- More than 60% of the Online Grocery Demand is generated from Tier I cities. Delhi NCR, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Mumbai deployed the majority of the Commercial Two Wheeler Fleet in India.
- Bike is preferred mode of commute over scooty as it offers better mileage as compared to other two-wheelers. 100-120 CC Bikes are preferred by delivery agents for commercial use.
- Companies maintain in house fleet or partner with delivery agents, logistics companies and rental two wheeler companies for acquiring fleet for commercial use. The most preferred model is a partnership with delivery agents as it requires no initial capital investment.
Expanding Partnerships with Delivery Agents, Third Party Logistics and Rental Companies: Companies deploying commercial two wheelers are reducing dependence on personal vehicle and expanding partnerships with delivery agents, logistic companies and rental companies for fleet management. Food Delivery, Grocery Delivery, Bike Taxi and E Commerce Delivery companies are focussing on expanding their service operations across Tier II and Tier III cities. Pune, Chandigarh, Kanpur, Ahmedabad are mapped as emerging regions for demand of Commercial Two Wheeler Fleet in India.
Challenges in Commercial Two Wheeler Market: Low Payouts and Incentives, low internet connectivity in certain locations, poor customer behavior and long waiting time are the major challenges faced by delivery agents in fulfilling customer orders.
Another major challenge faced by food delivery, grocery delivery and e commerce delivery companies is management of last mile delivery. Driver shortages, proof of delivery, route optimization, customer behaviour are a few challenges faced by e commerce, grocery delivery and food delivery companies in the management of last mile delivery.
Substituting Regular Two Wheelers with Electrical Vehicles: With ever increasing
need for environment conservation, companies are focusing on expanding their fleet of electric vehicles. Companies like Domino’s; Big Basket uses electrical two wheelers for last mile delivery.
According to the report by Ken Research titled “India Commercial Two Wheeler Market Outlook to 2025: Driven by Changing Shopping Habits of Consumers and Rise in Demand from Tier II & Tier III cities” 10.4 Million commercial two wheelers were deployed in India (as on 31st March, 2020). The industry is currently positioned to be in growth stage and the demand will continue to grow owing to change in customer shopping habits, rising internet penetration, regional expansion of companies, rise in annual orders/rides/shipments, expanding partnership with delivery agents and logistics companies.
Key Segments Covered: –
By Market Structure
Other Regions (Pune, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Nagpur, Nashik, Aurangabad, and Others)
By Vehicle Ownership
Owned by Delivery Agent
Owned by Company
Others (Partner with Third Party Logistics and Rental Companies)
By Vehicle Type
Scooter & Scooty
By End User Industry
Grocery Delivery Market
Food Delivery Market
Bike Taxi Market
E Commerce and Courier Delivery Market
Amazon (Pantry and Fresh)
Key Target Audience
Online Grocery Delivery Companies
E-commerce and Courier Companies
Food Delivery Companies
Bike Taxi Companies
Ride Hailing Companies
Two Wheeler OEMs
Investors and Venture Capitalists
Time Period Captured in the Report:-
Historical Period: FY’2014-FY’2020
Forecast Period: FY’2020-FY’2025
Key Topics Covered in the Report:-
Payout Mechanism of Delivery Agents
Impact of COVID-19 on Grocery Delivery, Food Delivery, Bike Taxi, E Commerce & Courier Delivery Market
Journey of a Delivery Agent with an Aggregator Platform
Working Model in Bike Taxi, Grocery Delivery, Food Delivery and E Commerce Market
Vehicle Sourcing Methods in Commercial Two Wheeler Market
Anticipated Growth in Grocery Delivery, Bike Taxi, Food Delivery and E Commerce Delivery Market
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