DHL Supply Chain has unveiled its new multi-user warehouse in Luhari, India.
Spread across 320,000 square feet, the facility, worth Rs. 65 crore (about US$11.7 million), will serve customers from the consumer, retail and automotive industries.
Procter & Gamble, a consumer goods company, is DHL’s anchor customer at the Luhari site.
“We see great value in utilizing this new multi-user warehouse with its innovative solutions, which helps us manage costs with faster delivery and reliability,” said Gurunath Nayak, P&G’s head of supply chain in India, in a written statement.
Last year, DHL Supply Chain announced plans to invest about $123.6 million to strengthen logistics infrastructure in India by setting up sites in eight cities. Since then, the contract logistics provider has added 670,000 square feet of warehousing space in its two multi-user sites in Mumbai and Luhari. Plans are on track for more of these facilities in Bengaluru, Ahmedabad and Chennai later this year.