Mober, a logistics service provider, has recently announced the expansion of its fleet to offer sustainable delivery solutions in the region. The company has acquired 30 new six-wheeler electric trucks and four three-wheelers, bringing its total electric vehicle count to 60. Mober plans to further increase this number to 100 electric vans and trucks by the end of the year and 500 units within the next two years, targeting the Southeast Asian green delivery market.
Mober has established itself as a valuable partner to large FMCG firms such as Unilever Philippines and Nestlé Philippines. It has also forged partnerships with other companies, including Nespresso, for a carbon-neutral delivery initiative. Additionally, Mober has joined forces with location technology enterprise, What3words, to optimize its delivery process, enabling customers to specify exact delivery locations using a unique three-word combination.
The company is actively pursuing its commitment to sustainability by finalizing a loan application with the Land Bank of the Philippines and the Development Bank of the Philippines. Both institutions support the Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act (EVIDA Law), which encourages the adoption of electric vehicles in the country.
CEO Dennis Ng emphasizes Mober’s dedication to merging efficiency with sustainability, stating, “We aim to be synonymous with green logistics.” The company strives to lead the shift towards a more sustainable Philippine logistics landscape and hopes to be the first choice for businesses seeking eco-friendly delivery solutions.
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– Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act (EVIDA Law), Republic Act No. 1169