Allcargo Logistics Ltd, one of India's largest logistics companies listed on BSE & NSE and part of the Avvashya Group, announced an agreement signed with world's leading manufacturer of heavy transport vehicles, Scania headquartered in Sweden.
In this first-of-its-kind arrangement in India's transport and logistics space, Allcargo will be utilizing the world class trailers on operating lease from Scania. With Allcargo's leadership in integrated logistics especially Project Logistics and Equipment hiring, these state-of-the-art trailers will result in more productivity, time-saving and efficient transportation services for customers within the hinterlands of India. Allcargo is already engaged with Scania for clearing and port services and with this agreement the association has further strengthened to create a new benchmark across India's logistics space.
With Allcargo's world-class services and Scania's advanced technology, customers' consignments transported through these trailers will always be safe and reach its destination before time without any transit delays, thus increasing productivity and efficiency of transportation for customers in India.
Allcargo presently owns and operates one of the largest owned fleet of over 1,000 equipments comprising trailers (low/semi/high bed), complete range of cranes (Crawler, Telescopic, Truck Lattice and all-terrain), Hydraulic Axles and Self-Propelled Modular Transporters (SPMTs), Strand Jacks, fork-lifts, reach stackers, barges and Coastal vessels. The company also has an international tie-up with Mammoet in India for providing cranes above 750 Tons and self-propelled modular transporters (SPMTs).
Commenting on the occasion, Mr. Umesh Shetty Executive Director of Allcargo Logistics Ltd, said: "Allcargo has always endeavored to provide best in class services to customers and will always strive for innovating, efficient and productive ways to make a difference to customers' transportation requirements. This is our step to add value to our customers in making their business more efficient".