Gurugram: E-commerce market Flipkart on Tuesday expanded its provide chain infrastructure with opening two of its largest fulfilment centres (FCs) in Farrukhnagar, Haryana which is able to generate greater than 5,000 jobs within the area.
Unfold throughout 9 lakh sq. ft, the fulfilment centres will assist Flipkart considerably scale up its provide chain infrastructure in north India, the corporate mentioned in a press release.
With these two FCs, Flipkart now has 12 belongings in Haryana, together with provide chain infrastructure for big home equipment, non-large (together with mobiles, attire), grocery and furnishings — taking the overall asset capability within the state to over 20 lakh sq. ft.
“Today, we have one of the strongest supply chain networks in the country, making over 40 million deliveries every month and employ more than 120,000 people across the country,” knowledgeable Amitesh Jha, Senior Vice President, Flipkart.
“With the addition of these two facilities, we are further strengthening our supply chain and building capabilities to enable a strong ecosystem for MSMEs, local manufacturers and in the process create quality local jobs,” Jha added.
The funding within the state will create over 5,000 jobs, together with employment alternatives for girls and differently-abled individuals.
The corporate goals to strengthen market entry for MSMEs, sellers and artisans from the area whereas catering to elevated shopper demand.
The corporate at present employs greater than 10,000 individuals in Haryana throughout its provide chain and has created hundreds of oblique jobs within the state.
Over the last festive season, Flipkart’s FCs in Haryana served as much as 40 per cent of the overall variety of orders from throughout India.
With a registered buyer base of over 200 million, Flipkart provides over 150 million merchandise throughout over 80 classes.