Gati And Schneider Electric Partner For Greener Logistics Solutions

A file photo of Gati and Schneider Electric partner for eco-friendly express logistics solutions for a greener tomorrow

Gati Ltd., an Allcargo Group company and one of India’s premier express logistics and supply chain solutions providers, has entered into a special collaboration with Schneider Electric, the global leader in energy management and automation, to design greener logistics solutions for the company.

In the initial phase of the collaboration, Gati has exclusively deployed alternative fuel vehicles for the pick-up of consignments from Schneider Electric’s key distribution centres at Kundli in Haryana, Bhiwandi in Maharashtra and Chennai in Tamil Nadu. Subsequently, deliveries in Gurugram are also being carried out with alternative fuel vehicles.

Pirojshaw Sarkari, CEO, of Gati Ltd. and Vikrant Tyagi – Director – Logistics and Supply Chain Schneider Electric along with Schneider Electric’s logistics team flagged off the alternative fuel vehicles at the Farukh Nagar STC on May 24, 2023.

Apart from offering low-emission long-haul transportation, under the greener logistics collaboration, Gati will also manage local deliveries in Gurugram for Schneider Electric with a fleet of alternative fuel vehicles.

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Commenting on the association, Pirojshaw Sarkari, CEO, of Gati Ltd. said, “The deployment of alternative fuel vehicles is a part of our mission to boost environmental sustainability in express distribution and support the government in reducing carbon footprint. We are delighted to partner with Schneider Electric to develop greener logistics solutions which are in line with our vision to adopt green mobility. We have an ongoing express distribution partnership with Schneider Electric for pan-India transportation and delivery. The latest green logistics collaboration will further enhance our synergy with them. We look forward to supporting Schneider Electric in its sustainability goals. We hope that the partnership will serve as the foundation for a broader collaboration, focussing on creating environmentally sustainable and efficient express distribution services.”

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