Saturday, February 19, 2011

DHL plans to build a multi-user WAREHOUSE facility


One of the express services and logistics company, DHL has plan to build a multi-user warehouse facility to support the distribution chain business in Indonesia. Construction of warehouses in Cililitan, East Jakarta that requires an investment fund worth 3 million Euro or equivalent to IDR 36.5 billion.

CEO DHL Supply Chain South and Southeast Asia, Oscar de Bok said that Indonesia is an important component of their business development strategy in Asia Pacific. "The Indonesian market showing strong growth in line with domestic economic growth is increasingly improved," said de Bok.

According to Abdul Rahim Tahir, Managing Director of DHL Supply Chain Indonesia, the location of the new facility to help ease access to the business center with delivery time 2 hours. "Indeed, this warehouse is specially designed to special DHL customers on automotive and technology sector that requires urgent and sustained supplies," he explained.

The facility will combine the best means of handling goods to support the ordering process incoming and outgoing goods. This warehouse will also be equipped with the latest computerized warehousing system.

dhl_indonesia_warehouse_supply_chain With the construction of new facilities that will be completed in November 2011, the total area of warehouses and offices DHL Supply Chain more than 140,000 m2. DHL Supply Chain currently operates in 17 locations across Indonesia.