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Mahindra Logistics unveils new warehouse in Bhiwandi

The 6.5 lakh square feet warehouse allows Mahindra Logistics to provide integrated distribution solutions.

Mahindra Logistics unveils new warehouse in Bhiwandi
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Mahindra Logistics (MLL) unveiled its state-of-the-art warehouse in Bhiwandi near Mumbai. The facility covers 6.5 lakh square feet, allowing MLL to provide flexible, scalable fulfilment and integrated distribution solutions.

“The new warehouse will be an important part of MLL's pan-India network of multi-client facilities that manage the fulfilment and distribution of clients in automotive, eCommerce and FMCG industries,” says the official release.

The warehouse offers easy access to industrial and manufacturing clusters near Nashik and Vapi facilitating efficient logistics operations. With proximity to India's largest port, the facility is poised to play a pivotal role in the supply chain enabling faster and more efficient movement of goods, the release added.

Rampraveen Swaminathan, Managing Director and CEO, Mahindra Logistics says: “To bolster our capacity and address the growing demand, we have been augmenting our network with the addition of Built-to-Suit (BTS) warehousing facilities across India. Our latest facility in Bhiwandi is located in one of India's prominent industrial hubs, enables us to broaden our portfolio of integrated solutions for our valued clientele in the region. It embodies our dedication to delivering world-class, technology-driven solutions and aligns with our vision to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040, exemplified by our pursuit of an IGBC certification for this facility.”

The facility has been designed in accordance with MLL's sustainability standards covering liquid discharge management, 100 percent on-site renewable energy and waste management protocols. The facility provides 30 percent green cover contributing to environmental conservation, the release added.

The Grade-A warehouse has 84 docks, a 13-metre clear height and a load-bearing capacity of eight metric tonnes per meter square, making it suitable for a wide range of applications supporting MLL's 3PL, last-mile delivery and express businesses, the release said.

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