India’s fastest-growing intra-city logistics company, COGOS announced its partnership with Altigreen by deploying 1000 EVs in its fleet, a step to further strengthen its commitment towards electric mobility in the country.
COGOS plans to bring in at least 30% of its revenue from green technologies by 2023 and this agreement paves the path to reach their sustainable goals. They will provide multiple offerings including a scalable, sustainable, and cost-efficient solution to its end users.
With a load capacity and enhanced range that compares well with existing ICE options, COGOS will give customers a significant edge in efficient and responsible distribution and last-mile delivery solutions.
In Phase 1, COGOS is focused on deploying a fleet of 1,000 vehicles. The initial focus will be on three-wheeler cargo applications and the company will primarily utilize Altigreen three and four wheelers that are custom-designed with high-quality components & custom-built software that delivers high energy-efficiency and long life.
They would initially operate across all metros in India including Bangalore, New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, and Kolkata, before expanding to Tier 1 and 2 cities.
This partnership has materialized at an opportune time as the budget 2021 and the later impositions of green tax and new scrap policy extensively showed the government’s intent to enhance EV adoption in India.
Reference- Economic Times, Financial Express, COGOS & Altigreen website, The Hindu, Autocar Professional