The company offers solutions and fleets of electric vehicles for the delivery and grocery business. All this connected by a unique system and a mobile app for keyless use of e-mopeds and e-bikes, and supplemented by EV charging infrastructure.
Hop.City started its operations in 2017, when it launched one of the first e-moped sharing systems in Poland under the JedenŚlad brand. Currently, Hop.City is already operating on several foreign markets and provides fleets of electric vehicles from the micromobility segment (mopeds and bikes) with comprehensive support for the entire process. The main clients are food delivery and grocery companies, including GoPuff, Stuart, Wolt, Takeaway, Lisek.App.
In addition to the vehicles themselves, the company also provides full fleet operability, including replacement of discharged batteries and providing charging infrastructure in the form of machines for self-service battery swapping. Moreover, Hop.City provides keyless (remote) access to the vehicles, anti-theft security, notifications about accidents (or road incidents), extensive data analytics, SaaS software for the delivery industry, as well as a number of accessories, e.g. smart wristbands for suppliers or special thermal bags.
Contribution to the vision of the Mobile City:
By supporting and optimizing the process of delivering food and other goods in cities, as well as by providing a zero-emissions fleet of electric vehicles for the dynamically developing delivery business, Hop.City has a positive effect on urban mobility. Thanks to the tools provided by the company, a sustainable approach to city logistics is promoted, which translates not only into a number of benefits for Hop.City customers and city residents (recipients of delivery services), but also for our surroundings, including the natural environment.
Voice of the company representative:
“Our mission is to revolutionize vehicle fleets in the delivery business in cities and our smart solutions allow to redesign the small city logistics market. Our goal is, for the largest part of urban deliveries, to be made using the least possible resources, e.g. with vehicles from the micromobility segment, e-bikes and e-mopeds. What’s more, thanks to the network of batter swapping machines, we are sure that there will be a real revolution on the market. We want to minimize the carbon footprint that arises in connection with the delivery of goods. This is all the more important as the e-commerce market is growing rapidly and more and more products and services will reach the end users through different delivery services. And we have a unique offer for this industry.”– says Łukasz Banach, Hop.City’s co-founder and member of the board, as well as its representative in the association.
Date of joining the association:
10/2017 (founding member)