Log9 Materials, Pi Beam spur last-mile delivery logistics capabilities
Category: #energy-and-environment  By Saipriya Iyer  Date: 2022-04-19
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Log9 Materials, Pi Beam spur last-mile delivery logistics capabilities

The partnership will focus on climate change and on the reduction of the carbon footprint from the logistics sector

Bengaluru-based nanotechnology startup, Log9 Materials has reportedly teamed up with Pi Beam to use the former’s flagship InstaCharge battery technology for boosting the latter’s last-mile delivery operations.

With a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) inked recently, the partnership between Log9 and Pi Beam foresees great potential in curbing climate change by inhibiting carbon footprint of the logistics sector.

Under the terms of the agreement, Log9 Materials will supply a massive number of Rage+ RapidEV electric 3-Wheeler fleets featuring the company’s proprietary RapidX batteries with InstaCharge capabilities – instant charging from 0 to 100% - within 35 minutes.

Designed in collaboration with Omega Seiki Mobility, Log9 Materials’ Rage+ RapidEV caters to the unique requirements of Indian customers and is powered by the exceptional Log9 RapidX 6000 battery.

With Log9’s InstaCharge battery system, Pi Beam’s fleets will be powered to gain additional uptime, better efficiency and improved return on investment with respect to their last-mile delivery operations.

Leveraging the data-driven analytics provided by the RapidEV fleets, the partnership will ultimately enable optimization of route planning to exercise hyper-local last-mile deliveries.

Moreover, the partnership has effectively brought Pi Beam under Log9’s patronage of Delivery Movement initiatives – a first-of-its-kind move in India to address climate change by committing to reduce last-mile delivery emissions.

Essentially, the Responsible Delivery Movement aims to amplify India’s e-mobility adoption whilst reducing the country’s transportation and logistics emissions volume by approximately 33% by 2030.

Pi Beam’s end-to-end micro-mobility sustainable EV solutions combined with data-driven analytics have notably enhanced productivity across last-mile logistics and transportation segments.

Ground-breaking smart, green, and affordable EV fleets of Pi Beam are successfully driving change in the transportation space and customer deliveries across retail, e-commerce, and small and medium businesses.

Meanwhile, Log9 specializes in cell-to-pack system based Insta-Charge batteries – technology that reduces total charging time for optimum utilization of charging infrastructure with operational profitability in fleets - offering 9x better capabilities including performance, charging and battery life.

Source Credit: https://www.financialexpress.com/express-mobility/vehicles/3-wheelers/log9-materials-partners-with-pi-beam-to-boost-last-mile-delivery-logistics-operations/2494975/

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