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MOVIN strengthens network by opening strategic hub in Tamil Nadu

MOVIN strengthens network by opening strategic hub in Tamil Nadu

MOVIN, a logistics brand launched as a joint venture between UPS and InterGlobe Enterprises, celebrates the completion of its first year of operations with the inauguration of its 11th strategic hub in Kanchipuram, Chennai. MOVIN, also announced introduction of Electronic Vehicles (EV) in Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, and Chennai by end of 2023. 
This new hub in Chennai will enhance direct delivery services offered by MOVIN from the city and its adjoining industrial districts to high-demand cities providing them with faster, fully predictable, and day and time definite delivery, in the rapidly expanding B2B logistics space. 
“At MOVIN, we are celebrating one year of our operations. We are proud of the journey that MOVIN has made in the first year by establishing a highly reliable pan India network and loyal customer base. We are deeply grateful to our valued customers for their unwavering partnership and support throughout this journey,” said JB Singh, Director, MOVIN Express. 
“Our technology based, asset light model has allowed us to be more agile and effectively support businesses in their growth endeavours. 
We go beyond logistics to build strong foundations and cultivate collaborative relationships with our clients, provide upskilling opportunities, thus, acting as catalysts for growth of businesses.” JB added. 
Sharing his thoughts on MOVIN’s presence in Tamil Nadu, JB said, “Our distinct strategic approach in Tamil Nadu positions us as a trusted partner, dedicated to serving the unique needs of businesses in the state. The enthusiastic response from businesses in Tamil Nadu, particularly Chennai, underscores the relevance of our focused direction and fuels our unwavering commitment to delivering customized solutions to businesses across India. In fact, the deliveries to and from Chennai have been growing monthly and with the hub in the city, we expect to garner higher volume of packages."