UltraTech's ESG Move: Cement on LNG Trucks

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UltraTech is making strides in its commitment to sustainability and decarbonisation of its operations with this second deployment of GreenLine's LNG-powered fleet of trucks.

Green Planet Logistics, India’s first LNG-fueled heavy trucking logistics company, has announced the deployment of its trucks at UltraTech Cement’s bulk terminal in Pune.

UltraTech is taking significant steps towards sustainability and reducing carbon emissions from its operations. The company has now introduced GreenLine's fleet of LNG-powered trucks for the second time, following its initial deployment at the Awarpur Cement Works near Nagpur.

The use of LNG trucks is a significant step towards achieving the company's sustainability targets. This development underscores UltraTech's commitment to scaling up its LNG fleet at its plants across the country in the coming months.

“At UltraTech, we are dedicated to creating a sustainable future, and we are fully committed to collaborating with our partners and stakeholders to achieve our goal of a cleaner environment. Our association with GreenLine is a step forward on our ongoing efforts to decrease emissions and enhance the energy efficiency," Tanmay Pradhan, AVP Logistics at UltraTech Cement, said.

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Source: Business Standard


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