Mahindra Electric is India’s leading electric three-wheeler manufacturer. For its zero-pollution fleet expansion, it has teamed with a Delhi-based start-up. Big Basket is now using a fleet of 65 Mahindra Treo Zor freight vehicles from Terrago Logistics.
The Mahindra Treo Zor is based on the Treo platform and has the maximum payload in its class of 550 kg. When compared to diesel cargo 3-wheelers, customers can save more than 5 lakh in fuel costs over the course of five years.
Suman Mishra, CEO of Mahindra Electric Mobility Limited said, “Terrago has been one of the early adopters of our Mahindra Treo Zor electric 3-wheelers. The higher savings and zero tailpipe emission of the Treo Zor make it favourable for companies seeking efficient and sustainable modes of transportation for last mile delivery. We believe this partnership will not only accelerate our carbon neutral goals but also lay the foundation for others to adopt electric mobility.”
Terrago Logistics, a phygital company, provides end-to-end logistics solutions in multi-modal transport, warehousing and last mile delivery through electric vehicles to the F&B, consumer goods, industrial goods, paper and packaging industries.
Mohan Ramaswamy, co-founder of Terrago Logistics commented, “We take pride in being one of the pioneers in India in adopting electric 3- wheelers for last mile cargo mobility with Mahindra Treo Zor, and ensure clean mobility for deliveries, thereby positively impacting the pulse of city logistics. Terrago’s association with Mahindra to accelerate electric vehicle penetration, helps fulfil our social responsibility towards the nation of reducing the carbon footprint in the country in our own small way.”