MOVIN will have 16 hubs by next March

“India’s GDP is growing and demand for B2B logistics services is growing rapidly in sectors such as IT and electronic peripherals, apparel, healthcare equipment, auto components, e-commerce, consumer durables and FMCG,” Singh said.

He declined to provide information about the investment. The average size of a hub is about 30,000 square feet while that in Kanchipuram is about 20,000 square feet. Every day, MOVIN handles about 100 tons of cargo, he added.

MOVIN uses Indigo flights to transport cargo by air and various providers by road. “We are in talks with Indian Railways to transport the shipment,” he said. The company is currently handling parcels between 3kg and 70kg, he added.

The new hub near Chennai will enhance MOVIN’s direct delivery services from the city and neighboring industrial areas to high-demand cities like Pune, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Delhi with faster and time-bound delivery, he said.

Singh said this fiscal year that MOVIN plans to expand its presence in more Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities to serve the logistics needs of large corporations, new businesses and SMEs.

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