Gati Ltd., An
Allcargo Group company and one of India’s premier express logistics and supply
chain solutions providers, has launched state-of-the-art and tech-enabled
surface transshipment centres (STC) in Nagpur, Maharashtra and Guwahati, Assam.
The launch of Nagpur and
Guwahati STCs is in line with Gati’s plan to set up 12 modern, automated and
environmentally friendly STC. The company has plans to
launch more STCs in Mumbai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad, as it aims to further
strengthen its supply chain and warehousing competencies and networks.
located at Nagpur-Amravati Road, the
Nagpur STC is spread over a 50,000 sq. ft. area and has the capacity to
efficiently manage short-haul deliveries in west India and long-haul deliveries
across the country. Equipped with advanced technologies, the STC offers its
customers optimized supply chains, reduced dwell times and on-time deliveries.
Designed in compliance with
green norms, Nagpur STC is equipped with
built-to-suit technology-enabled warehouses of global standards, shop floor
automation, an advanced Warehouse Management System, world-class material
handling facilities, integrated warehousing and distribution mechanisms and
superior safety features. The facility has adequate docks to turn around over
100 trucks a day and has a throughput capacity of over 1800 tonnes per day.
With customised solutions, the Nagpur STC will cater to multiple industries
including automotive, electrical equipment, apparel, heavy engineering,
pharmaceutical, etc. The Nagpur STC adheres to the highest levels of
performance and precision for sorting and loading and unloading cargo.
The Guwahati STC which is
strategically located at Gauripur industrial corridor is around 40,000 sq. ft. The STC is
connected to the other parts of the country through National Highway. The
arterial road offers congestion-free access to the STC.
modern infrastructure, enhanced warehousing capacity and 400 tonne of
throughput capacity per day, the Guwahati STC builds superior cargo delivery
efficiency for its clients to seven sisters of India – Arunachal Pradesh,
Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura.
Both the STCs
offer tech-enabled and customised logistics solutions to SMEs so that they can
build a widespread distribution network across the country.
on the launch, Pirojshaw Sarkari, CEO, Gati Ltd., said, “With more STCs in the
pipeline, we at Gati are aligning our strategies and resources to develop a
robust supply chain backbone, benefitting a range of industries. As part of our
ESG initiatives, we have plans to
convert our entire pickup and delivery fleet of more than 2000 vehicles to
electric by 2025. The Nagpur STC, driven by that vision will soon deploy EVs”.