Hyderabad, NFPost: In a major development, Olectra Greentech Limited (OLECTRA) has successfully begun 6×4 heavy-duty Electric tipper trials here on Friday as part of its initiative to expand its product portfolio into electric truck segment.

Pioneer and market leader in electric bus manufacturing, Olectra now entered into truck manufacturing and this prototype is built on heavy-duty electric tipper platform.

The first of its kind truck in India,  Olectra tipper, with a 220-km range on a single charge, is built with a heavy-duty bogie suspension tipper capable of managing gradability of more than 25% (scaling slopes on roads with elevation, and ghat roads).

The manufacturing will be scaled up in the state-of-the-art facility coming up on the outskirts of Hyderabad soon.

Speaking on this occasion, Olectra Greentech Limited Chairman and Managing Director K V Pradeep said being a pioneer in electric mobility in India, Olectra has now begun heavy-duty tipper trials.

“This is the first of its kind truck in India. This breakthrough gives us immense pleasure and a moment of pride. As the fossil fuel costs are skyrocketing, the electric trucks will be a game-changer in the segment,” said Olectra Greentech Limited Chairman and Managing Director K V Pradeep.

He also pointed out that this first of its kind tipper has many super performance features. “As the market is looking for cost-effective and highly efficient tippers, the Olectra has finally realised the dream as promised earlier,” said Olectra Greentech Limited Chairman and Managing Director K V Pradeep

About Olectra Greentech Limited (A MEIL Group Company )

Established in 2000, Olectra Greentech Limited (a public listed company) – part of MEIL Group, pioneered the introduction of electric buses in India in 2015. It is also the largest manufacturer in India for Silicone Rubber/Composite Insulators for power transmission and distribution networks

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