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Amazon India Partners With Mahindra Electric; Will Induct Treo Zor EV In Its Delivery Fleet

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Amazon India has tied up with Mahindra Electric in a bid to add EVs to its delivery fleet. In fact, Amazon will acquire 10,000 EVs in India by 2025, as part of the Climate Pledge signed by the company.


Amazon India to induct 10,000 EV in its delivery fleet by 2025
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Amazon India to induct 10,000 EV in its delivery fleet by 2025

Amazon India announced a partnership with Mahindra Electric, in a bid to add more electric vehicles to its delivery fleet. In fact, the company said that it will include 10,000 EVs in its delivery fleet in India by 2025. This is in addition to 100,000 EVs that that Amazon will add globally, by 2030. Amazon India will acquire Mahidra Treo Zor EVs for its delivery fleet. The Mahindra Treo Zor EVs have been deployed in seven cities so far including Bengaluru, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Indore and Lucknow with Amazon India’s network of delivery partners.

Also Read: Amazon Likely To Use Mahindra Treo Zor EVs For Logistics In Japan & Vietnam

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(The Mahindra Treo Zor comes with a payload capacity of 550 km, along with a Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) of 990 kg)

Akhil Saxena, VP, Customer Fulfilment Operations, APAC, MENA & LATAM, Amazon said, “We are committed to building a supply chain that will minimize the environmental impact of our operations. The expansion of our Electric Vehicle fleet to 10,000 vehicles by 2025 is an integral milestone in our journey to become a sustainability leader in the industry. We continue to work with several OEMs to build a fleet of ‘Made in India’ electric vehicles that ensure sustainable and safe deliveries of customer orders, and this partnership with Mahindra Electric is a testament of our commitment.”

Also Read: Amazon Partners With Rivian For Electric Delivery Vans

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(The Mahindra Treo Zor is powered by a 48-volt battery that makes 42 Nm of torque and offers a range of 125 km)

Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport & Highways, Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Government of India said “Clean mobility powered by clean energy is an important element in the action to prevent climate change. The partnership between Amazon India and Mahindra Electric is a welcome step which reaffirms India’s significant progress in the e-mobility industry and highlights the role of auto makers and e-commerce companies to achieve our environmental sustainability goals. We are confident that the government’s efforts to encourage the adoption of electric vehicles in the country, and steps taken towards setting up of infrastructure backed by policy measures will help more companies adopt e-mobility. India’s dynamic public-and private-sector leadership, entrepreneurial culture, ability to build world-class infrastructure, and a unique confluence of IT and manufacturing skills will enable us to take global leadership position in advanced mobility solutions.”

Also Read: Amazon India To Include 10,000 EVs In Its Delivery Fleet By 2025

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(Mahindra launched the Treo Zor electric 3-Wheeler in October 2020)

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The e-commerce giant says that the idea is to reduce its carbon footprint in the country in accordance to the Climate Pledge that Amazon has signed. As part of the pledge, Amazon announced its plans to introduce 10,000 EVs into its delivery fleet globally in 2022 and one lakh vehicles by 2030, saving 4 million metric tonnes of carbon per year by 2030. Amazon already began an EV pilot project in a few cities across India last year and the learnings from the pilot project will help the company to have a scalable and a long term EV delivery fleet by 2025. Amazon India announced this right after Amazon President and CEO, Jeff Bezos made a trip to India in January 2020 and announced an investment of $ 1 billion and creation of 1 million jobs by 2025.

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