CJ DARCL Logistics uses electric vehicles for inner-city freight transport

CJ DARCL Logistics, a leading player in the logistics industry, introduces its first company
Electric vehicle (EV) for urban freight transport in Bengaluru (Bangalore).

Nikhil Agarwal, President of CJ DARCL Logistics Ltd., opened the pilot and highlighted the company’s proactive approach to environmental responsibility. Carefully planned by the fleet management team, the route ensures optimal efficiency per load while minimizing the environmental footprint. Deploying the electric vehicle is CJ DARCL Logistics’ first step in introducing alternative fuels for both short and long-haul cargo delivery, he said.

The electric vehicle is used for inner-city freight transport and serves a well-known construction machinery manufacturer. By integrating electric vehicles into its fleet, CJ DARCL Logistics supports the industry in adopting environmentally friendly transport solutions.

“Regarding sustainability as our core value, CJ DARCL Logistics strives to integrate environmentally friendly practices into every aspect of our business operations. Aware of the environmental impact of short-distance transportation, we have chosen electric vehicles, which are a key catalyst on our journey to reducing our carbon footprint. Our multimodal transport model intelligently analyzes route maps to determine the most efficient and environmentally friendly ways to transport goods. This allows us to explore alternative fuel options and underscores our relentless commitment to a sustainable future,” said Nikhil Agarwal, President of CJ DARCL Logistics.

Under the motto “On the way to a greener future”, CJ DARCL Logistics is consistently pursuing its mission to become a climate-neutral company. By promoting sustainable practices, the company is actively working to achieve this goal while setting an example for the logistics industry. In addition, CJ DARCL Logistics is committed to contributing to India’s carbon neutrality ambitions by fostering breakthrough innovations that can be implemented globally, the company says.

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