Amazon launches logistics hub in Bengaluru for last-mile delivery

We believe customers, no matter where they are located, value fast and reliable delivery. In line with our vision of making e-commerce a part of everyday life, and transforming how India buys and sells we have expanded our last mile delivery network in the state and also opened a new large delivery station spread across 30,000 sq ft of space in Bengaluru,” said Prakash Rochlani, director, Amazon Logistics.

“Urban logistics will play a more front-and-centre role in the metropolitan economies of India as consumers become more tethered to the convenience, transparency and hygiene benefits of online purchasing throughout and post-covid. The surge in e-commerce has led to increased storage space and logistic delivery capabilities, thereby giving owners and developers a clear opportunity to capitalize on the demand,” said Radha Dhir, CEO and country head-India, JLL. Logistics operator LOGOS has leased a million square feet of space in its new warehouse facility to Amazon India, at the former’s Devanahalli Industrial and Logistics Park in north Bengaluru in one of the largest warehouse lease transactions in the country, Mint reported on Friday.


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