DHL Ex­press in­au­gu­rates Delhi Gate­way

The gate­way aims to ex­port clear­ance ca­pac­ity by 100 per cent and im­ports by 60 per cent and to han­dle 10mn ship­ments per an­num. To sup­port this growth, it has ear­marked US$268 mil­lion to­wards fu­ture in­vest­ments.

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DHL Ex­press will be able to han­dle 10 mil­lion ship­ments per an­num; a sig­nif­i­cant boost to trade and en­abling ef­fi­cient and speedy clear­ances of all kinds of ship­ments go­ing from North and East In­dia to global mar­kets.

Ken Lee CEO, DHL Ex­press Asia Pa­cific, said, “We have, over the years, seen strong and sus­tained vol­ume growth in the in­ter­na­tional trade be­tween In­dia and the rest of the world. To sup­port this high growth, Deutsche Post DHL Group has ear­marked ¼250 mil­lion (US$268 mil­lion) to­wards fu­ture in­vest­ments in In­dia by 2020.” Ra­jiv Pratap Rudy, Union Min­is­ter of State for Skill De­vel­op­ment and En­trepreneur­ship (In­de­pen­dent Charge), Gov­ern­ment of In­dia, said, “With re­gard to skill de­vel­op­ment, DHL Ex­press has de­vised a beau­ti­ful sys­tem to train its peo­ple and the sec­tor on the whole is do­ing a won­der­ful job of skilling peo­ple and gen­er­at­ing em­ploy­ment.” R.S. Subra­ma­nian, Se­nior Vice Pres­i­dent & Coun­try Man­ager, DHL Ex­press In­dia, added, “The Delhi Gate­way was the first-of-its-kind air­side fa­cil­ity that opened in 2003. We be­lieve that with the new and ex­panded Ex­press Gate­way at the Indira Gandhi In­ter­na­tional Air­port, cus­tomers can ex­pe­ri­ence su­pe­rior roundthe-clock clear­ances – an aspect vi­tal to boost­ing in­ter­na­tional trade and the growth of In­dian busi­nesses across sec­tors.” The Delhi Gate­way is cer­ti­fied by TAPA (Trans­ported As­set Pro­tec­tion As­so­ci­a­tion), Reg­u­lated Agent 3 (EU Avi­a­tion Se­cu­rity Val­i­dated Reg­u­lated Agents) and Reg­u­lated Agent by Bureau of Civil Avi­a­tion Se­cu­rity, In­dia. The fa­cil­ity has Dual View X-Ray se­cu­rity screen­ing, ex­plo­sive trace de­tec­tor sys­tem, and 46 state-of-the-art IP cam­eras to con­duct screen­ings in ac­cor­dance to in­ter­na­tional trade se­cu­rity stan­dards.

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