With the upgraded Service Centre, DHL Express will be able to take care of all the logistics requirements of industries in the Noida region.
DHL, the world's leading express company, is investing in infrastructure and inaugurated a new, modernized Service Centre facility in Noida. The new Service Centre facility features new, state-of-the-art conveyors and sorting systems and spread over 13,000 sqft. The facility was inaugurated by Malcolm Monteiro, SVP & Area Director, South Asia, DHL Express.
Commenting on the occasion, Monteiro said, “DHL Express has maintained its leadership position in India for more than three decades through continuous expansion of its network, enhancement of its portfolio and by providing superior customer service to meet the needs of a growing customer base. The new modernized Service Centre facility showcases our commitment to India and our customers so they continue to receive the highest level of service from DHL."
With the upgraded Service Centre, DHL Express will be able to take care of all the logistics requirements of industries in the Noida region. The Noida service centre will have 19 routes, 31 staff members and 14 vehicles servicing the area. In 2011, DHL Express handled about 9 million international shipments in India.
Many companies have their Indian branch offices in Noida, because of the Special Economic Zone, the suburban atmosphere in Noida and its proximity to Delhi. Noida is a major hub for multinational firms outsourcing IT services. Noida also has the head office of the Software Technology Park, established by the Government of India to promote the software industry.