HomeAutoNysha Mobility Tech Raises USD 3.5 Million in Seed Funding, to Bridge EV Supply Chain Gap with Growth Capital

Nysha Mobility Tech Raises USD 3.5 Million in Seed Funding, to Bridge EV Supply Chain Gap with Growth Capital



  • Seed funding round has been led by Touchstone Ventures, Panthera Peak Capital, along with family offices and angel investors

  • With its newly launched factory, Nysha Mobility Tech focuses on Made in India components to cater to the EV industry​

EV components start-up, Nysha Mobility Tech (NMT), has raised $3.5 million in its seed funding round. A combination of equity and debt, the seed round saw participation from Touchstone Ventures, Panthera Peak Capital, and select family offices and angel investors. In addition to capital expenditure, the funds will be used towards developing cutting-edge technology to optimize the manufacturing process, R&D of EV components, as well as the use of IoT and AI in manufacturing. At present, the company has onboarded over 40 customers including Pranav Vikas, SUN Mobility, Ola Electric, IGOWISE and Virya Mobility. NMT targets to onboard over 100 customers in 2023.

Sandeep Maini inaugurating Nysha Mobility factory in Bangalore

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Yesterday, NMT celebrated the inauguration of its first manufacturing facility located in Nelamangala, Karnataka, for making cables and harnesses that will be used across battery packs, charging and battery swapping infrastructures, and vehicles. The factory was inaugurated by Sandeep Maini, Chairman, Maini Group, with Chetan Maini, Co-Founder and Chairman, SUN Mobility, Nikhil Bhandarkar, Founder of Panthera Peak Capital, and K Srinivas, Executive Director – Pranav Vikas addressing the gathering. Among the guests were Niranjan Shah, Ex-Managing Director, Molex India, Manoj Chaturvedi, Ex-Director Epcos and Siemens, and representatives from Ather, Micelio, Virya, NDS Motors and Violin Technologies.

Siddharth Jain, Founder, and CEO of NMT welcomed the gathering. He brings over 25 years of experience in the EV components and manufacturing space. During the inauguration, the entrepreneur spoke about the supply chain issues around imports of EV components that the industry is facing. Commenting on the occasion, he said, “While the automotive industry is undergoing a rapid global transformation, the supply chain has not been able to keep up to its pace. The burgeoning landscape of OEMs and upcoming start-ups need state-of-the-art EV components to meet market needs speedily and effectively. At Nysha, we are addressing the supply chain axis with our unique and agile solutions and engineering capabilities. We have witnessed steady success in this endeavor, with growth in our customer base and OEMs and startups considering us as their partner from ‘design to delivery‘. They are increasingly relying on us to launch products in a short span of time without worrying about inventory.”

“The structure of global supply chains is changing, and India finds itself as the primary beneficiary of this shift. We believe Nysha is uniquely positioning itself to take advantage of this change and become a market leader in the EV component space. With the current pipeline of clients and Nysha’s R&D and proprietary technology, the coming years for the company will be exciting,” says Nikhil Bhandarkar, Founder of Panthera Peak Capital.

NMT believes in continuously improving and transforming processes by digitizing them in order to produce market-relevant solutions for their customers.

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“In a rapidly evolving industry like this, it is crucial to assess your product and offerings to ensure its continued relevance for the present and future,” said Sandeep Maini, Chairman of Maini Group. “As several players enter the EV field amidst the ongoing supply chain challenges, the time is ripe for more localized component manufacturers to disrupt the market. With advanced engineering solutions in play, companies like Nysha Mobility Tech will play a key role in easing the worry of inventory. I heartily congratulate the team on inaugurating its first manufacturing facility in Bangalore,” he added.

The EV market in India is growing exponentially year-on-year, with sales surpassing 1 million units for the first time in 2022. With the scope to cater to a growing electric mobility industry, Nysha Mobility will also be expanding its product line in Phase 2 to include charging connectors, charging guns, and charging stations. The company aims to grow with the industry, building the capability to cater to the growing gaps and needs in the supply chain.

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About Nysha Mobility Tech

Founded by Siddharth Jain in April 2022, Nysha Mobility Tech (NMT) aims to transform the EV manufacturing ecosystem in India by helping address challenges currently faced by manufacturers in the ecosystem. These include combating extreme weather conditions, and high current requirements in conjunction with minimal space, which would lead to a tight bending radius and vibrations in vehicles. Based out of Bangalore, the company is ISO 9001 certified and IATF compliant, and is in the process of receiving BIS, UL, TUV and ARAI certifications for its products.

NMT has raised $3.5 mn in its seed funding round from Touchstone Ventures, Panthera Peak Capital, and select family offices and angel investors. The company’s family office and angel investors include Nikhil Bhandarkar, Kelachandra Family office, Ghanshyam Dass (ex-CEO – Nasdaq Asia), Kanoria Family Office, Kiran Bulla, JCL Family Office, Pahwa family Office, Suraj Sreenath (DreamGains Financial) and a Singapore based NRI.

Nysha Mobility Tech’s manufacturing unit is situated in Nelamangala, Karnataka, and is equipped to cater to the 40+ EV players onboarded in a short span of time. Some of their key customers include Ola Electric, SUN Mobility, SEG Automotive, Log9, Pranav Vikas, Quantum, IGOWISE Green Tiger, Zen Mobility, Violin Technologies, Virya Mobility, and The Energy Company. The company targets to onboard over 100 customers in 2023.


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