Nestlé India takes green steps with GreenLine LNG-powered fleet

Nestlé India has taken another step towards a sustainable future with an LNG-powered fleet in partnership with GreenLine, the pioneer of LNG-powered heavy transport logistics in India. The partnership will help reduce the carbon footprint of Nestlé India’s logistics activities. GreenLine has purpose-built 46ft containers deployed between the Nestlé factory in Sanand, Gujarat and Bhiwandi, Maharashtra.
GreenLine’s LNG-powered fleet, consisting of state-of-the-art Blue Energy Motors trucks, significantly reduces emissions of carbon dioxide, sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide and particulate matter, enabling a reduction in emissions in road logistics operations.
Commenting on the initiative, Mr. Sanjay Khajuria, Director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability at Nestlé India said: “We are accelerating our sustainability initiatives. We are committed to net zero emissions and sustainable logistics is a step in that direction. To this end, we use various modes of transport with alternative fuels and use larger vehicles to optimize vehicle capacity utilization. We hope that working with GreenLine will help us achieve our goals.”
Commenting on the partnership with Nestlé India, Anand Mimani, CEO of GreenLine, “We are delighted to partner with Nestlé India and help them achieve their emission reduction goals through the launch of our green mobility solution.” Helping companies achieve their sustainability goals by providing innovative green mobility solutions to decarbonize their road logistics. We are committed to creating a cleaner environment and a more sustainable future for generations to come.”
GreenLine is working to decarbonize heavy-duty transportation in India and mainstream LNG-powered long-haul trucks by demonstrating their tremendous benefits for businesses. GreenLine has worked with multiple organizations to create an integrated green mobility ecosystem to make low-emission LNG trucking a reality in India.

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