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DHL Express expands presence in key industrial hub of Bhiwadi

19 July 2017 | New Delhi


DHL Express has inaugurated a new service centre in Bhiwadi. Located in Alwar district of Rajasthan, the 3,188 square feet facility will be the seventh in the Delhi-NCR region.

The city of Bhiwadi is an industrial town spanning nearly 5,300 acres that caters to over 2,500 big and small enterprises.

The city’s location on the national highway offers excellent connectivity to Delhi-NCR, and the strong potential for rapid industrial growth makes the Bhiwadi service centre an ideal location for the growing DHL Express network.

The facility will also serve surrounding areas such as Dharuhera, Bawal, Neemrana, Khushkhera, Chopanki and Tappukhera in industries such as automotive, glass manufacturing and pharmaceuticals, said a release.

"Bhiwadi is India’s third largest industrial hub and one of the rapidly growing industrial areas with close proximity to the international airport, making it a strategic investment for us. This new facility will help us cover an approximate 60 km stretch encompassing key industrial hubs. Additionally, with a reduction of 12 to 24 hours in transit time, the Bhiwadi service centre will provide considerable service quality enhancements for customers who rely on us for international time-definite express services to reach global markets,” said R. S. Subramanian, Senior Vice-President and Country Manager, DHL Express India.

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