Gentari Partners With Tata Motors And Gati KWE To Deliver Electric Vehicles In India


Gentari, through its affiliated entity Amplus Power Supply Private Limited, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Tata Motors, India’s largest commercial vehicle manufacturer, in 2022, whereby the latter will deliver 5,000 units of Tata Ace EV – India’s most advanced, zero-emission, four-wheel small commercial vehicle, over three years. The MoU includes the delivery of 1,000 units in the first year, for deployment in cities such as Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Pune, and Kolkata. To mark the delivery of the first batch of 100 trucks throughout March and April this year, a vehicle handover ceremony was held at the 8th Smart Cities India Expo – where Gentari is the official Green Mobility Solutions partner, between Shah Yang Razalli, Gentari’s Chief Green Mobility Officer and Ashish Tandon, Senior General Manager, Product Line – SCV&PUs, Tata Motors.

Separately, Gentari also exchanged MoU documents with logistics company Gati KWE (Gati) to provide 500 electric cargo vehicles through its VaaS offering. Gentari was again represented by Abhishek Dabas, while Gati was represented by its Chief Transformation Officer, Charles Devlin D’Costa.

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Commenting on the association, Mr. Pirojshaw Sarkari, CEO of Gati Ltd (An AllCargo Group Company), said, “We are committed to our vision to offer green express logistics solutions and support the government’s goal to cut the net carbon emissions to zero by 2070. As a part of our ESG initiatives, we have plans to convert our entire pickup and delivery fleet to alternative fuel by 2025. The collaboration with Gentari will help us accelerate the transition and attain our sustainability goals. We are committed to build a sustainable express logistics ecosystem.”

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