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Citroën wins contract for 1,000 C3 in India

The head of Citroën in India signing the contract

Citroën has just taken a new step in its commitment to sustainable mobility by announcing a major partnership with OHM E Logistics. The brand will gradually supply 1,000 ë-C3 electric vehicles to the Indian logistics company, strengthening its fleet dedicated to shared mobility services.

A promising first phase

The first phase of this ambitious project will see 120 ë-C3 vehicles delivered to Hyderabad. This city, which is already undergoing a transition towards greener transport solutions, will benefit from this initiative in the coming months. OHM E Logistics plans to take delivery of the remaining 880 vehicles over the next 12 months, demonstrating its strong commitment to sustainability and logistical efficiency.

The partnership with Citroën is a continuation of OHM's efforts to adopt sustainable energy solutions. In October 2022, OHM had already introduced 100 electric taxis at GMR Hyderabad Airport, offering passengers an eco-friendly transport alternative for their journeys to and from the airport. This new fleet of ë-C3s will only reinforce these efforts and further reduce the city's carbon footprint.

Committed leaders

Shishir Mishra, Brand Director, Citroen India, said, "We are delighted to partner with OHM E Logistics Pvt. Ltd. in their efforts to adopt sustainable transport solutions. This partnership underlines our shared vision of promoting electric mobility and reducing the carbon footprint in the mobility sector. "

On his part, Dr Nirmal Reddy, Founder and Chairman, OHM Group, added: "With the all-new Citroën ë-C3, we are delighted to add another feather to OHM's cap in our progressive energy solutions journey. sustainable to reduce carbon emissions. We are committed to making the world greener and more sustainable. "

The announcement comes just weeks after another major win for Citroën: the brand won a contract to supply up to 4,000 ë-C3s to BluSmart, another electric mobility company. These initiatives demonstrate Citroën's commitment to playing a central role in the transition to more sustainable transport solutions in India.

In conclusion, the partnership between Citroën and OHM E Logistics is a significant step towards a greener future for the mobility sector in India. By supplying 1,000 ë-C3 electric vehicles, Citroën is not only strengthening its presence in the Indian market, but is also making a significant contribution to reducing carbon emissions. This project is a concrete example of how companies can work together to create innovative and sustainable solutions that benefit both the economy and the environment.

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