Maersk introduces EVs in India
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Maersk introduces EVs in India

Danish carrier Maersk launched electric trucks with aim to cover 77% of postal codes in an effort to decarbonize road transportation in India.

The deployment will be for B2B middle mile distribution and can travel up to 650 kg of payload over a distance of about 100 km. The electric trailers, which have a payload capacity of up to 25 MT, will come next.

At the introduction of electric cars in India, Soren Skou, CEO of Maersk, was joined by Richard Morgan, Regional Managing Director, West and Central Asia, of Maersk.

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Danish carrier Maersk launched electric trucks with aim to cover 77% of postal codes in an effort to decarbonize road transportation in India. The deployment will be for B2B middle mile distribution and can travel up to 650 kg of payload over a distance of about 100 km. The electric trailers, which have a payload capacity of up to 25 MT, will come next. At the introduction of electric cars in India, Soren Skou, CEO of Maersk, was joined by Richard Morgan, Regional Managing Director, West and Central Asia, of Maersk. Also read: Widening of GST Road stretch in Chennai to be done by May Amp EnergyBMC plans service road along Mumbai’s Eastern Freeway

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