Balmer Lawrie’s Container Freight Station at Kolkata expands its warehousing capacity

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By Sarkaritel May 8, 2022 04:54


Kolkata, May 08, 2022: Balmer Lawrie & Co. Ltd., a Miniratna I PSE under the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Government of India unveiled its new43,000 sqft state-of-the-artwarehousing facility at its Container Freight Station (CFS) in Kolkata. Mr. Adika Ratna Sekhar, Chairman & Managing Director inaugurated the warehouse in the presence of Directors and Senior Officials of the Company. Balmer Lawrie, an end-to-end Logistics Service provider with state-of-the-art infrastructure pan India, has been aggressively enhancing its presence in the warehousing industry.

With warehouses in its CFSs and Cold Chain Units across the country, Balmer Lawrie has a general and temperature-controlled warehouse in Andhra Pradesh Medtech Zone along with warehousing facilities at the Multi Modal Logistics Hub in Visakhapatnam.The Cold Chain warehouses are ably supported by the Company’s own fleet of temperature-controlled vehicles.

Post pandemic, the Eastern Region saw a surge in demand for warehousing space primarily on account of Intermediate storage of EXIM cargo and this trend is expected to stay in vogue. Demand has also been observed in LCL (Less than Container Load) Import & Exports Cargo domain wherein warehousing storage is a basic prerequisite.

The CFS at Kolkata was operating with a warehousing space of 45,000 sqft and to fuel its ambitious growth plan and cater to the increasing demand for warehousing space, Balmer Lawrie further added43,000 sqft to its present capacity, totaling it to 87,000 sqft. It is expected that the new warehouse will help in generating additional revenue for the unit coupled with growth in volumes. The new warehouse will also give CFS Kolkata an edge over its competition.

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By Sarkaritel May 8, 2022 04:54