Logistics Ltd. (MLL), one of India’s largest Integrated Logistics service
providers has unveiled 1 lakh sq. ft. of warehouse designed with a sustainable
warehousing architecture including multi-client capabilities, renewable energy,
resource conservation and green cover.
state-of-art warehouse will be an important part of MLL’s pan-India network of
multi-user facilities that support customers inbound to manufacturing and
fulfilment operations. The facility will support e-commerce, consumer, and
manufacturing &engineering industries. The built-to-suit (BTS) facility is
designed in line with MLL’s sustainability standards, including usage of
recycled construction material, liquid discharge management, renewable energy
and waste management requirements and state-of-the-art automation. The facility
has onsite solar power generation capabilities to cater to the entire energy
requirements and is equipped for solar charging for cargo vehicles and personal
Swaminathan, Managing Director and CEO of Mahindra Logistics, said, “The new
facility extends our focus on providing customers a pan-India network of world
class warehousing infrastructure. Our focus remains on providing integrated,
customized solutions for inbound and fulfilment for which a robust warehousing
network is key. This launch is part of
our plan to expand into Tier 2 cities with larger, world class facilities. This
new facility is a benchmark in terms of sustainability and a step forward
towards our vision to be carbon neutral by 2040.”
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