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 DHL invests in the Smart City of Indore

DHL invests in the Smart City of Indore

DHL, the world’s leading international express services provider, has invested in the industrial hub of Madhya Pradesh as it opens its first facility in Indore. This service center will cater to Indore and its nearby towns such as Dewas and Pithampur - a major Special Economic Zone (SEZ) and one of the largest hubs for the manufacturing industry in the country.
The facility was inaugurated by RS Subramanian, Senior Vice President & Country Manager, DHL Express India along with Dinesh Patidar, Chairman, Shakti Pumps India Pvt Ltd. 
The service center is in the heart of the city and close to the airport. Covering an approximate radius of 15km, this will reduce the transit time for the import and export of shipments. Additionally, the service center’s proximity to the airport will warrant early deliveries and accommodate to later cut offs times.
Speaking on the occasion, RS Subramanian, Senior Vice President & Country Manager, DHL Express India said, “We are committed to creating value for our customers. Indore is a key market and a chosen smart city. As a major commercial and manufacturing hub, we see a strong growth potential. In fact, we project a strong double digit growth in our annual shipments year-on-year. The center will also cater to nearby industrial hubs such as the Pithampur SEZ and Dewas, offering our customers multiple connection options for their shipments with real-time tracking”.
DHL Express has maintained its leadership position in India for more than 35 years, and provides access to 598 cities and over 33,000 locations within the country. DHL Express India has over 60,000 customers including importers, exporters, manufacturers, entrepreneurs, and small and medium sized businesses. With a robust network of over 400 vehicles on road, 19  weekly inter-continental flights, 67 daily international and 80 domestic commercial flights,  DHL customers in India have access to an international network of over 220 countries and territories.

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