|Shoeib Reza Choudhury, general director of DHL-VNPT Express Ltd|
Covering an area of 5,800 square metres, this is the largest DHL’s service centre in the capital city with a total investment capital of VND143 billion.
The centre is equipped with modern equipment to optimize procedures and support trade between Vietnam, nations in the close by region and across the globe.
The new facility will especially provide support to businesses in Hanoi’s central trading area in and those located in the city’s northern and southern areas and Nam Dinh city.
Shoeib Reza Choudhury, general director of DHL-VNPT Express Ltd said the inauguration of the new facility is part of DHL’s strategy to expand its business operations to overseas markets to meet the demands for international express delivery.
Yasmin Aladad Khan, Senior Vice President, DHL Express, South East Asia, said DHL Express regards Vietnam as a highly potential market and one of the rising stars in the region, noting that Vietnam’s economy has played an important and strategic role in the emerging economies of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Forum.
Ms Yasmin Khan emphasized that located in one of the fastest growing economic zones and industrial parks in northern Vietnam the new service centre is expected to serve as a bridge stimulating the development of Vietnam’s economy which sees remarkable improvement in the logistics industry.
With a global network of express delivery and more than 100,000 staff, DHL Express is available in 220 nations around the world with 120 destinations. DHL now has more than 4,500 service centres, meeting the demands of more than 8 million customers. DHL Express first set foot in Vietnam 30 years ago.