MOVIN, a logistics brand launched as a joint venture between UPS and InterGlobe Enterprises, commences operations from its new air cargo hub in New Delhi, enabling seamless connectivity for faster deliveries. The strategic location of the hub near Terminal 2 of the air cargo logistics complex phase 3 ensures quicker movement of cargo which will greatly benefit its B2B customers across 49 express destinations. This express hub is spread across 9,000 sq. ft., and is well-equipped to handle and process close to 7,000 packages per day to begin with which will help in meeting a wide array of logistic requirements. This hub will provide the customers with competitive pick-up cut-off benefits, leading to an enhanced customer experience, fostering a stronger customer relationship. The establishment of the hub will also contribute to the creation of direct and indirect job opportunities.
MOVIN currently has 14 operation hubs across major cities in India, including Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Kolkata and Pune and plans to establish six more by the end of 2023-24.
JB Singh, director, MOVIN Express said, “We are thrilled to introduce operations that have the potential to significantly contribute to the rapid development and growth of businesses in the country. The launch of a new air cargo hub in Delhi marks a pivotal milestone in our journey, one that aligns with our vision of enabling and facilitating trade, commerce, and employment. The new hub will enable us to expand our customer base and service offerings and will help create job opportunities in various roles. With our well-connected hubs coupled with our express end-of-day and standard premium ground services, we are poised to provide substantial benefits to our valued customers while playing a vital role in fostering economic progress.”
MOVIN caters to customers spanning diverse sectors such as information technology and electronic peripherals, apparels, healthcare equipment, auto components, e-Commerce, pharma, consumer durables and fast-moving consumer goods. The company has expanded its express end-of-day network from three markets (Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru) at its launch to 49 cities across India within a year.