Mahindra Logistics Limited (MLL) along with LOGOS – Asia Pacific logistics specialist and Venture partner Ivanhoe Cambridge, transforms warehousing facility, in a single park, towards net-zero. With this transformation in Luhari, MLL’s total renewable powered warehouses are now over 4MN sq. ft. in the country.
"The facility now, has 500 KW installed roof top solar panel, providing for more than two-third of Mahindra Logistics electricity requirement saving circa 12,000 tonnes of CO2 over its lifetime. This saving is equivalent to the amount of CO2 absorbed by a 240-acre forest and is also equipped for solar charging of cargo and personal mobility vehicles. This warehouse is a part of Mahindra Logistics pan-India network of multi-client facilities that manage the fulfilment and distribution of its clients’ services within the e-commerce, consumer, and engineering industries. The facilities are designed in line with MLL’s sustainability standards, renewable energy, and waste management requirements including liquid discharge management as well as state-of-the-art automation," said Rampraveen Swaminathan, Managing Director and CEO, Mahindra Logistics Limited.
"LOGOS also plans to install over 10 MW of rooftop solar plants across its industrial and warehousing parks in India over the next three years to cater to clean energy requirements. LOGOS Luhari Logistics Estate is part of the LOGOS India Logistics Venture with Ivanhoé Cambridge, which has US$800 million in investment capacity to develop and own high-quality, modern industrial and logistics facilities in key markets of India," said LOGOS’ India CEO, Mehul Shah.