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Ashok Leyland bags INR 120 cr Rivigo order

12 August 2017 | Chennai
 

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Ashok Leyland (AL) has received a INR 120 crore plus order from logistics company Rivigo for supply of 500 fully-built vehicles, with iEGR (Intelligent Exhaust Gas Recirculation) technology, developed by AL.

This fresh order is a testimonial to the Indian, intelligent and innovative offerings of iEGR BS-IV technology.

Anuj Kathuria, President, Global Trucks, Ashok Leyland said that “Today, our BS-IV iEGR vehicles are giving up to 10% better fuel economy when compared to our BS-III range.

This is helping all our customers to improve their total cost of operations by up to 15%, translating to improved profits.”

Ashok Leyland has been supplying its vehicles to Rivigo fleet for the past three years.

Deepak Garg, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Rivigo said that“With this fresh order, we will expand our fleet size to over 2700 vehicles. Just like our idea of disruption in logistics, we see iEGR as a technology disruption which has a huge upside. For us it means better uptime, hassle-free operations, better mileage and improved cost of ownership.”

   
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