Navankur Infranergy partners with Mahindra and Repos Energy to start mobile diesel delivery in Nagpur
Navankur Infranergy has procured the fully built mobile fuel tanker from Repos, which is built on a Mahindra Furio 11 truck. With its partnership with Mahindra and Repos, the company wants to further expand its presence in the region.
Navankur Infranergy has partnered with Mahindra and Repos to expand its presence in the region
Nagpur-based start-up Navankur Infranergy has recently launched a mobile fueling station – “Booster Diesel” – to deliver diesel to the doorstep of customers across the city. The company has partnered with Mahindra & Mahindra and Pune-based mobile fuel navigator maker Repos Energy to launch this venture. Navankur Infranergy procured the fully built mobile fuel tanker vehicle from Repos, which is built on a Mahindra Furio 11 truck, supplied by the automaker. The mobile fuel pump was inaugurated by Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways of India, and PM Parlewar, Director MSME, DI, Maharashtra.
Speaking on the occasion, Nachiketa Pande, Director of Navankur Infranergy said, “Diesel Booster – Fuel Bowser will serve all over Nagpur to meet diesel demand from various end users and industries at their doorstep. ‘a dual delivery Alpha mobile fuel pump built on the Mahindra Furio 11 truck. This fully built Mobile Fuel Bowser was supplied by Pune based Repos Energy. The home diesel delivery will lead to a power distribution infrastructure efficient and will deliver diesel to bulk consumers in the most legal and appropriate manner.”
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Navankur Infranergy says the fuel-to-home delivery model has grown rapidly across the country and expanded even faster in the post-Covid era. This is due to a multitude of factors, including the global supply chain and fuel trading economics, structural constraints of the existing distribution model, changing consumer buying behavior and technological disruptions. And Navankur Infranergy has partnered with Mahindra and Repos to further expand its presence in mobile fuel distribution in the region.
Repos has been a big player in this space, offering mobile fuel delivery solutions by offering fully-built fuel navigation vehicles. The company has partnered with Mahindra to meet demand for home fuel delivery through its Furio trucks – a range of light and mid-size commercial vehicles. The company is already present in more than 220 cities across India through its more than 1500 partners and more than 2500 Repos mobile fuel pumps.
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Chetan Walunj, co-founder of Repos Energy, says: “As the whole world strives to make things easily accessible by going mobile, diesel door-to-door delivery in India has simplified the way fuel is delivered in the Bringing diesel on wheels via mobile fuel pumps has been one of our major achievements, and with the superiorities and suitability of the products that Mahindra Furio offers for the Fuel Bowser application, we want to reach every corner of India and revolutionize the distribution of all kinds of energy in the future.”
Meanwhile, Jalaj Gupta, Business Manager – Commercial Vehicles, Mahindra & Mahindra Limited, said: “A major proportion of diesel is destined for the refueling industries, where it is often needed in bulk. These industries rely on the supply of diesel from fuel pumps. the use of inappropriate containers like drums and barrels resulting in great losses in the form of spillage, theft, dead mileage and labor costs. Combining with Repos Energy’s expertise in the Fuel Bowser business solution, we introduce a compelling product offering to meet the emerging needs of industries and do our part for nation building. »
Mahindra’s Furio range of utility vehicles and mid-size trucks come in 11-17 tonne variants and are suitable for multiple professional applications. The Furio 11 used by Navankur Infranergy comes with a gross vehicle weight (GVW) of 11,280 kg. It is powered by an mDi Tech, 4-cylinder, BS-VI diesel engine which produces 138hp and 525Nm of peak torque, whilst being mated to a 6-speed Overdrive synchromesh gearbox. It is also equipped with a real-time Driver Information System (DIS) and Mahindra iMAXX telematics technology.
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