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DHL SmarTrucking aims to grow from 2100 drivers to 25,000 by 2028

December 20, 2019: DHL SmarTrucking is planning to have 20,000-25,000 drivers in India by 2028 from 2100 drivers currently managing its 745 trucks from 13 hubs in the country.

Launched in May 2018, DHL SmarTrucking is the business unit of DHL eCommerce, a division of Deutsche Post DHL Group.
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Launched in May 2018, DHL SmarTrucking is the business unit of DHL eCommerce, a division of Deutsche Post DHL Group.

December 20, 2019: DHL SmarTrucking is planning to have 20,000-25,000 drivers in India by 2028 from 2100 drivers currently managing its 745 trucks from 13 hubs in the country.

Launched in May 2018, DHL SmarTrucking is the business unit of DHL eCommerce, a division of Deutsche Post DHL (DPDHL) Group, which provides tech-enabled logistics solution in India using the Internet of Things (IoT) and data-driven insights.

The one and half-year-old business division of DHL claims to have end to end automation, 95 percent on-time delivery, up to 50 percent shorter transit times along with real-time visibility into consignments like pharma, food & beverage, automotive, electronics, FMCG and consumer durables.

“We have also worked hard to extend support to our drivers, or SmarTruckers, to facilitate training and skilling through our Centre of Excellence, and through wellness initiatives. We are extremely grateful to our customers for their unwavering trust in us which drives us to do even better, and to our drivers and workforce for putting their best foot forward and helping DHL SmarTrucking achieve new milestones,” Vikash Mohan, chief executive officer, DHL SmarTrucking India.

“The company also has centre of excellence facility of experts for the training and development of SmarTruckers, to ensure that they can provide high-quality service, able to stay safe while on the road, engaged with and committed to the organization, and to promote good driving practices and educate on government initiatives,” says the release.



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