Amazon is now using 6000 electric vehicles for delivery work

Amazon, among various e-commerce companies and consumer goods manufacturers, is actively expanding its efforts to deploy electric vehicles (EVs) to cut costs and reduce carbon emissions.

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In India, Amazon has incorporated more than 6,000 EVs into its delivery fleet, covering over 400 cities, with a commitment to reaching 10,000 EVs by 2025. Collaborating with delivery service partners, Amazon is working towards greening its transportation network by transforming its operations, exploring electrification solutions, and investigating alternative delivery methods in India.

Abhinav Singh, VP of Customer Fulfillment at Amazon Transportation Services, emphasized the need for innovative strategies to scale up and accelerate such a transformation. Singh expressed pride in the progress made and the commitment to decarbonize the extensive transport network.

To achieve this transformation, Amazon partnered with the local original equipment manufacturers in India, including startups and small to medium businesses, to develop innovative mobility solutions. Amazon collaborated with companies like Altigreen and Tata Motors to design custom electric vehicles that replace diesel vans while maintaining container capacity and range.

Over recent years, Amazon has collaborated with several industry leaders, including Eicher Trucks and Buses, Altigreen, Mahindra Electric, Tata Motors, TVS, Magenta Mobility, and Sun Mobility, to deploy EVs, establish charging stations, and provide financing services.

In line with India’s “Shoonya – Zero-Pollution Mobility” campaign, Amazon is committed to promoting zero-emission vehicles for urban deliveries and ride-hailing services. This campaign aligns with Amazon’s efforts to drive sustainable practices in e-mobility.

This push for EV adoption is not limited to Amazon alone. Other major players like Flipkart, BigBasket, Zomato, and Uber are also transitioning to EVs to reduce costs and meet emissions targets. For instance, Flipkart aims to deploy over 25,000 electric vehicles by 2030, partnering with manufacturers like Hero Electric and Mahindra Electric.

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Zomato plans to introduce 50,000 EVs in the next two years, with a partnership with Sun Mobility. Uber has launched Uber Green in India, offering EV rides, and is adding 25,000 electric cars to its fleet in key cities through collaborations with EV partners.

Overall, these efforts signify a growing trend among various companies to embrace electric mobility as a means to achieve environmental and operational goals.

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