SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 4 October 2021 - Leading global
logistics service provider Rhenus has launched a new multi-user warehouse in
Chennai, India. With good connectivity to Chennai's major ports and to major industrial
and automobile hubs, the PCB (Pollution Control Board) -approved facility will
serve as the central Rhenus distribution hub for chemical customers
throughout South India.
110,000 square feet of storage space for chemical cargo, the multi-user
facility meets all HSSEQ (Health, Safety, Security, Environment & Quality)
standards, and features modern fire safety infrastructure such as fire-rated
walls, beam detectors and NBC-approved sprinkler system.
by a team of professionals well-trained in material handling, safety and
statutory compliances, the warehouse provides comprehensive solutions to
leading companies from the chemical Industry.
warehouse is part of a modern logistics park and equipped with eight loading
and unloading bays with hydraulic dock levellers, as well as ground plus
7-level racking system and a capacity of 10,270 pallet positions.
"The logistics market in India is
seeing an upward trajectory, with forecasted
growth at a CAGR of 10.5 percent between 2019 and 2025. The new warehouse, built
with world-class Rhenus infrastructure, is our latest step in offering
broad-based logistics support in India. By offering safe and reliable storage
of general and chemical cargo, we are confident to provide well-managed and
tailor-made storage solutions for our customers and continue to maintain our
leadership position in handling chemical Logistics," said Marcus Fornell, Director
of Contract Logistics Rhenus India.
India has over seven decades of expertise in domestic freight and logistics services.
With more than 2,000 professionally qualified employees across 69 locations in India,
Rhenus India provides integrated logistics solutions and services across most
industry segments including chemicals and petrochemicals, industrial and engineering,
automotive, electronics and white goods as well as pharmaceuticals.
 Indian Logistics Industry Outlook, 2020, Frost & Sullivan