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sKart Express launches its first depot in collaboration with SpiceJet in Noida

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sKart Global Express, a brainchild of Skyways a leading player in international freight forwarding has launched its first Depot in Noida with Indian carrier SpiceJet for first and last-mile logistics solutions. The association would benefit customers by adding more deliverable locations besides increasing the efficiencies by working on their strength which would enable them to enhance their capabilities.

The uniqueness of sKart’s solution is to provide the product as per customers’ requirement of speed and cost for each consignment with complete visibility and ease of making payment without any major contractual commitments thus enabling them to focus on their core job.

Speaking at the launch, Yashpal Sharma, managing director of Skyways Group said, “We are delighted to announce our partnership with SpiceJet today with the launch of our first Depot in Noida. sKart will do the first and last-mile operation along with our other group company Phantom Express for the customers in NCR. This partnership will be enhanced to other parts of India over the next few months and will hope to cover 0ver 12,000 zip codes by the middle of 2022.”

In spite of this sector contributing 6 per cent to GDP, 33 per cent to the manufacturing sector output and about 45 per cent to the country’s exports this sector is plagued with various limitations. One of the key elements is the lack of access to technology and limited logistics service options for taking their products to domestic or global customers besides higher costs. These have been the major impediments for growth of SMEs.

To stress on the growth narrative further, Sanjeev Gupta, CEO of SpiceJet added, “We are delighted to have sKart as our partner in Delhi NCR region to help build out our Air Logistics Business. I am very sure that their professional approach, it will be a win-win situation & this partnership will get extended to many more areas of the country.”

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