GreenLine & Nestle India: Sustainable LNG Logistics

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India's sole LNG-fueled heavy trucking logistics company, GreenLine, has partnered with Nestlé India to implement sustainable logistics using LNG-powered containers.

The collaboration aligns with Nestle India's commitment to reducing its carbon footprint in its transportation operations.

To transport Maggi noodles from Nestle's Sanand facility in Gujarat to Bhiwandi in Maharashtra, GreenLine has developed innovative 46 feet long LNG-powered containers, a first-of-its-kind solution.

These containers contribute to substantial reductions in toxic emissions compared to diesel, including up to 30% in Carbon Dioxide, 100% in Sulphur Oxides, 59% in Nitrogen Oxides, 70% in Carbon Monoxide, and 91% in Particulate Matter.

By adopting GreenLine's larger 55MT, 46 feet containers instead of smaller diesel vehicles, Nestle reduces its vehicle requirements and achieves emissions reduction, aligning with its carbon emissions reduction goals and improving its environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance.

Anand Mimani, CEO of GreenLine, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, highlighting its significance in advancing eco-friendly logistics for consumer goods companies in India. The collaboration sets the stage for other industry leaders to adopt similar green mobility solutions and contribute to a cleaner environment and a sustainable future.

Sanjay Khajuria, Director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability at Nestle India, emphasised their commitment to sustainability and net zero emissions. Through the partnership with GreenLine, Nestle is employing alternative fuels and larger vehicles to optimise capacity utilisation and advance their sustainability objectives.

Having achieved success in green logistics for cement and steel, GreenLine is now introducing LNG-powered containers to revolutionise transportation in sectors such as consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, and express cargo.

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