HMSI is starting to use the Hazira-Ghogha inland waterways in Gujarat

NEW DELHI: Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) said on Tuesday that it has become the first car company in the country to start transporting products via the new Hazira-Ghogha Ro-Pax ferry service in collaboration with Indigo Seaways.
The company shipped its first two-wheeled transport using the ferry service from the Narsapura plant in Karnataka to Veraval (near Somnath) in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat, HMSI said in a statement.
Using this logistical mode, delivery time and distance for the company’s two new wheels arriving in the Saurashtra region from the Karnataka plant have been significantly reduced, he added.
Compared to the previous full road route, the transit time was reduced by two days and the distance by 465 km, the two-wheeled manufacturer said.
“At Honda, we believe we have a responsibility to apply our innovations, technologies and initiatives to improve people’s lives while reducing the impact of our products and operations on the environment, to ensure a sustainable future for society,” said HMSI Sales and Marketing Director Yadvinder. Singh Guleria said.
Use of inland waterways recently inaugurated as the first auto HMSI has managed to significantly reduce transit time and serve customers more efficiently in 11 cities in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat, he added.
“At the same time, as a superior environmentally friendly means of transport, the Ro-Pax service significantly reduces our carbon footprint. Honda aims to continuously deliver its deliveries from the Bangalore plant to the Saurashtra region using the Ro-Pax ferry service,” he said. collar.

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