Philippines’ leading green logistics service, Mober, proudly unveils the addition of 30 six-wheeler electric trucks and four three-wheelers to its fleet, strengthening its commitment to sustainable deliveries in the region.
This expansion brings Mober’s total fleet to 60 vehicles, including 39 e-trucks, 17 e-vans, and 4 three-wheelers. With eyes set on the Southeast Asian green delivery market, Mober aims to reach 100 electric vans and trucks by year-end and an impressive 500 units within the next two years.
Mober’s strategic partnerships with major brands like IKEA, Unilever Philippines, Nestlé Philippines, and a pilot program with the world’s largest coffee shop chain underscore its dedication to sustainability.
In line with its green goals, Mober is pursuing a loan application with government-owned entities, Landbank and the Development Bank of the Philippines, in support of the Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act (EVIDA Law), promoting EV adoption.
CEO Dennis Ng stated, “Our commitment to efficiency and sustainability drives our aggressive push for electric vehicles, leading the way to a more sustainable Philippine logistics landscape.”
Mober’s eco-friendly initiatives include a carbon-neutral delivery partnership with Nespresso and location technology from What3words for precise deliveries.
As global emissions from logistics and transport continue to rise, Mober aims to be the go-to choice for green logistics. The Philippine government’s support for EV adoption aligns with Mober’s vision of a sustainable future.