Mahindra Logistics (MLL), one
of India’s largest 3PL solution providers, has introduced Electric Vehicles
(EV) to its fleet of employee transportation vehicles in Kerala. The vehicles
are eVerito models of Mahindra Electric Mobility Ltd., the EV of choice for the
fleet segment, and are the first EVs to be introduced in the State for employee
MLL has already introduced EVs
for its clients in other cities like Bengaluru, Delhi and have plans to deploy
150 vehicles as part of its People Transportation Solutions (PTS) business over
next fiscal year.
Pirojshaw Sarkari, CEO -
Mahindra Logistics, said, “Electric Vehicles, for us, exemplifies the Mahindra
Group’s vision of the Future of Mobility – a sustainable automotive ecosystem
that brings mobility solutions to customers across the world. We at Mahindra
Logistics, deeply believe in the need to adopt environment-friendly solutions
and our business practices are aligned accordingly. We are delighted to enter
Kerala with these vehicles and take this step towards a greener future.”
Mahesh Babu, CEO Mahindra
Electric added, “We at Mahindra Electric have been pioneering the movement to
electric mobility for almost a decade. Kerala has been an upcoming market in
the personal segment for us since 2016 and today we are happy that eVerito is
being introduced in the market through Mahindra Logistics, in the fleet
segment. We believe that the transition to EVs will be led by the fleet
segment, and today’s announcement marks an important milestone in that. We are
confident that this step will go a long way towards contributing in the state’s
mission of sustainable living.”
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