30th Nov 2020: India’s leading one-stop logistics solution company, Om Logistics Ltd., has invested Rs 125 crore in a new warehousing facility in Pune’s Chakan. 

OM Logistics, a rapidly transforming logistics chain, staying true to their vision, is all set to expand itself in the warehousing space and have inaugurated a novel project in Chakan, Pune on November 2020. It has developed a warehousing space at the upcoming and actively unfolding industrial hub in Pune.

The warehousing park sprawls across 23 acres and is situated near the main highway with proposed warehousing capacity of 3,50,000 square feet. Phase 1 construction area expands to 1,50,000 square feet. The project aims at developing phase 2 of 2,00,000 square feet, adding total warehouse area to 3,50,000 square feet soon

“We are happy and excited to launch the state-of-the-art new warehouse facility at Chakan Pune. With the new facility and investment, we would be more technologically advanced in terms of fulfilling logistics & warehousing solution for any business. Our strategy always aims to provide the best in class & improved solution to our clients. We are already equipped with advanced warehouse technology system & latest software, 20 million square feet of existing space, serving 19000+ Pin Codes with 1500+ location.” said by Mr Raghav Singhal, Director, Om Logistics. 

“Many companies in India have started focusing on their need for logistics and supply chain management, for this purpose, we are looking forward to further expanding our base to many locations shortly,” he added. 

Mr. Akash Bansal, Marketing Head, OM Logistics said “For more than two decades we have been aiming for and have constantly been offering world-class service to our clients with the best facilities and infrastructure. With this project, we are looking forward to expanding our warehousing footprints. It will not only be an achievement of its kind to OM Logistics but also aid us to cater to the dynamic needs of all the neighbouring industries and clients with logistics and transhipment requirements and help us serve them better.” 

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