Pune, Maharashtra Mar 4, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Owing to an ever-increasing consumer base, the metropolitan city of Pune is demanding better logistics and warehousing facilities. AWL India – a leading logistics company in India is tending to this demand with an expansion plan that spans up to 110,000 square feet in the city. The Pune expansion plan is in accordance with the company’s longer goal of achieving 10 lakh square feet worth of area in logistics in the country.
The CEO of the company, Mr. Rahul Mehra states, “Pune is about to witness a huge demand for logistics – facilitated by the emergence and development of diverse industries. AWL India will target this demand and supply with the right solutions at the right time to maintain balance and harmony”.
AWL India’s expansion plans target certain industries in Pune, including the furniture & fixtures industry, ecommerce businesses and other B2B operations. The solutions that the company will help businesses with include warehousing, efficient and on-demand logistics, and complete supply chain management.
The logistics giant aims to cover 55,000 square feet of area in Pune. Overall, the CEO plans to expand operations to 10 lakh square metres of storage area to help tackle the warehousing and logistics demand of the booming e-commerce industry in the country. Mr. Mehra states, “Today, logistics is a demand for businesses operating at all levels. In a growing market like India, the benefit of a flawless logistics connectivity can help boost the individual growth of the business as well as that of the economy. We use modern machinery and technique in our logistics operations to make everything efficient, accurate, and reliable”.
As the country is all set to see some new national policies in favour of the logistics industry, initiated under the honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi, AWL India is all set to bring forth its supply chain solutions to the forefront, just like it did during the time of the covid emergency. The company stands out in the industry because of its solid vision and strategy to ensure a streamlined supply chain. To manage the surge companies, need to be revolutionary in technology that supports efficient supply chain management and enhances a seamless logistics service.
Addressing the concerns about expanding operations during the time of a worldwide pandemic, the CEO of the company says, “Not just India but several virus-hit countries around the world are trying to control the spread of the virus without paralysing the economy. It has to be a coordinated public-private effort to reduce the need for any lockdown and help combat the pandemic and the logistics crisis that such a time brought last year”.