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UPS expands network, opens airport gateway facility at B’luru


UPS has announced the expansion of its global smart logistics network with a new airport gateway facility in India at Kempegowda Internatio­nal Airport, Bengaluru (BLR). With this added capacity, a new Boeing 747-8 flight will now be able to further connect our customers in India with more internatio­nal trade opportunit­ies in Asia, Europe and the Americas. “Customers are at the core of our strategy and we’re on a mission to deliver what matters for them,” said Deepak Shrivastav­a, UPS Managing Director for Indian Subcontine­nt. This is UPS’s second dedicated airport gateway facility in India after opening its Delhi airport gateway in 2020 and another example of how UPS is empowering local businesses to grow, expand to new markets and compete globally. The Bengaluru facility will provide in-house customs clearance and serve as a cross-border trade link for southern India, giving customers an extended pick-up time of up to two hours, while strengthen­ing supply chains for cross-border trade.

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