Snapdeal opens new logistics hubs in Haryana, Gujarat, Maharashtra & Up
Snapdeal has added eight logistics centres to its network across
manufacturing hubs, including Mathura, Noida and Mumbai.
The expansion to ensure
faster pickup of packets from sellers
The expansion is part of a decentralised network designed by
Snapdeal, where its centres are located within commercial hubs inside a city to
ensure faster pickup of packets from sellers.
The new centres are located inside manufacturing hubs at
Bahadurgarh, Yamuna Nagar (Haryana), Rajkot (Gujarat), Bhiwandi (Maharashtra),
Agra, Noida, Mathura (Uttar Pradesh) and Mumbai (Maharashtra).
New centres are part of a
The new centres are part of a pre-Diwali increase in capacity to
cater to the festive spike in volumes. These new centres will cater to
manufacturers and sellers of decor and furnishing items like lights, curtains,
bedsheets, kitchenware and apparel, including sarees and ethnic wear.
Now it has 23 logistics
Earlier in 2020, Snapdeal had opened 15 logistics centres. With
the new addition, the company now runs 23 logistics centres. Snapdeal’s
logistics hubs offer dedicated facilities for manufacturing units, including
packaging of orders and online tracking for orders in transit and facilitate
faster movement of packets.
The online marketplace
has more than five lakh registered sellers with over 220 million product
The new centres cater to the growing shipment volumes from
manufacturers who are opting to sell directly on Snapdeal, bypassing or
supplementing the traditional structure of selling through wholesalers and
retailers. Snapdeal aims to add 5,000 manufacturer-sellers on its platform in
2020.The online marketplace has more than five lakh registered sellers with
over 220 million product listings.