Indian Transport & Logistics

Prozo opens three new warehouses in Bengaluru, Ludhiana

Warehouses boost Prozo’s total capacity to 1.5 million sq. ft across 12 locations & 30 omni-channel fulfilment centres

Prozo opens three new warehouses in Bengaluru, Ludhiana
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Prozo, India’s fastest-growing full-stack supply chain company, announced the launch of three new state-of-the-art warehouses located in Bidadi and Makali in Bengaluru and Ferozpur Road in Ludhiana.

"These strategically positioned facilities are designed to further optimise and enrich the user experience through their advanced operational capabilities," says an official release.

The Bidadi warehouse, designed as a built-to-suite (BTS) structure, spans over 45,000 sqft. "It has a storage capacity of 50,000 pallets, a shed-built structure with a clear height of 35 ft and a load-bearing capacity of 1,500 kg/sqft. Makali's facility covers an area of 29,750 sq.ft with a clear height of 25 ft and a running dock. The Ludhiana warehouse, designed specifically for storing electronics and FMED, is spread across 3,700 sq. ft."

Ashvini Jakhar, Founder and CEO, Prozo says: "The launch of our new warehouses underlines our steadfast commitment to delivering top-tier warehousing solutions. Our mission revolves around utilising advanced technologies and operational practices such as automation and digital transformation in India's warehouse sector. We aim to streamline, simplify, and expedite supply chain processes for the fast-paced manufacturing and retail sectors, startups, and the burgeoning D2C economy in the country. By addressing issues like lack of access to world-class infrastructure, we strive to propel growth and success for our clients. With these cutting-edge facilities in Bidadi, Makali, and Ludhiana, we have taken another significant stride towards realising our long-term vision."

Prozo's fulfilment network extends to over 30 omni-channel fulfilment centres spread across 12 locations in India, covering a total area of 1.5 million sq. ft, the release added.

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