Indian Transport & Logistics

Blue Dart introduces 20-hour delivery to GIFT City from major metros

Blue Dart's network covers 55,600+ locations nationwide to ensure accessibility; fleet of over 12,000 vehicles

Blue Dart introduces 20-hour delivery to GIFT city from major metros

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Blue Dart, South Asia's premier express air and integrated transportation & distribution company, inaugurated a new facility in GIFT City, Gujarat to meet evolving customer demands and align with India's growth trajectory.

Equipped with cutting-edge infrastructure and seasoned personnel, Blue Dart's GIFT City facility introduces a 20-hour delivery service from key metropolitan cities, ensuring a next-day delivery commitment, says an official release.

"The inauguration of Blue Dart’s GIFT City facility signifies yet another milestone in our quest to redefine the logistics landscape," says Balfour Manuel, Managing Director, Blue Dart. "We are committed to providing best-in-class services and becoming the preferred logistics partner for all our customers' shipping needs. We aim to enhance our market presence and capitalise on customer outreach opportunities at the global level. Blue Dart's venture into the contemporary financial ecosystem of GIFT City will enable us to support businesses and generate value for our customers."

Blue Dart connects its fleet of eight Boeing aircraft to provide express connectivity to GIFT City in Ahmedabad from all major metropolitan areas, the release added. "The company has established an extensive network spanning across 55,600+ locations nationwide, ensuring accessibility and reliability for all shipping needs. With a robust fleet of over 12,000 on-ground vehicles including 460 e-vehicles, supported by 2,253 facilities nationwide, Blue Dart guarantees swift and secure deliveries."

Leveraging the world's largest express and logistics network as part of the DHL Group’s DHL eCommerce Solutions division, Blue Dart extends its reach to over 220 countries and territories globally, the release added.

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