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Porter Enterprise partners with Gurugram's Zypp Electric to provide logistics solutions

Sumit Vishwakarma
New Update

On-demand platform for delivery Porter Enterprises has partnered with Gurugram-based EV startup Zypp Electric to provide sustainable logistics solutions. The partnership combines Porter's expansive logistics network across more than 20 Indian cities with Zypp Electric's mission for a green future. 

As part of the partnership, Porter and Zypp are aiming for 100% sustainability in last-mile deliveries by 2028 and find common ground in their environmental initiatives and technological solutions.

Enhancing operational efficiency

Over the past year, The partnership has focused on improving logistics operations' reliability and convenience. By integrating Zypp Electric into its network, Porter Enterprises has optimized logistics solutions, significantly reducing operational hassles.


The partnership will also launch a 15-minute pickup window for faulty vehicles, dramatically decreasing downtime and ensuring smoother operations.

Leadership comments

Tushar Mehta, Co-Founder and COO of Zypp Electric, said, “With its presence across 20 cities, the Porter Enterprise partnership has contributed significantly to our pan-India expansion.”

Phaneesh Prakash, General Manager, Porter Enterprise, said, “True to our promise, we want to bring ease and reliability to all brands out there looking to efficiently operate their logistics. Thanks to the entire team at Zypp for trusting us and giving us the opportunity to add value to the logistics ecosystem.”

Focused on sustainable delivery

The partnership aligns with a broader industry shift towards electric vehicles (EVs) in logistics, which aims to reduce carbon emissions. Zypp Electric's announcement of deploying one lakh electric scooters by 2024, in collaboration with Zomato, underscores this green movement.

Major delivery platforms like Swiggy, Amazon, and Big Basket are also transitioning to EVs, with targets for the next few years.