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Accelerating drive to environment sustainability

Mumbai, April 21, 2022 – V-Trans (India) Ltd, a preferred single window logistics solution provider has always been a believer of sustainability. Since the time of the organization’s inception, they’ve have held onto their reputation of being an ethical and responsible organization. With other CSR work, they’ve undertaken environmental sustainability initiatives like green tree plantation, rural life upliftment, and energy conservation. They are working towards harnessing the power of the sun and are determined towards less polluting vehicles in our fleet. In addition to this, the organization recently became the proud owners of the first CNG truck produced by Ashok Leyland. The CNG truck being highly efficient and eco-friendly is driving them in their environmentally sustainable responsible company mode.

The organization is keenly monitoring the Electronic Vehicle segment and is planning to move towards sustainable automobile solutions. They consider sustainable automobile solutions to be important in unlocking the potential of Sustainable Logistics which will shape the future of the commercial transportation industry. This will lessen oil dependability, improve financial efficiency, and will protect their environment.

Commenting on this, Mr. Mahendra Shah, Group Managing Director of V-Trans (India) Ltd said “We are proud to be the first owners of the CNG vehicle produced by Ashok Leyland. We aim to make sustainable living convenient, sustainable business profitable and sustainable change fashionable. Our aim is to be committed to a greener future for mankind. We look forward to being a sustainable-oriented company. We seek to see what more is to come in the sustainable commercial automobile section from Ashok Leyland group in future, that will help us contribute more towards nature and society”. Further he added, “We have also procured CNG trucks from Swaraj Mazda, Tata Motors, and Eicher, and now we have a good number of less-polluting-vehicles in our fleet”.

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