FM Logistic, on Tuesday, announced its next immediate mega-project for India: a 700,000 sq. ft. multi-client facility (MCF) in Jhajjar, near Gurugram, Haryana. This warehouse, which is expected to be completed in December 2020, is part of the five-year US$ 150 million investment plan the company announced in March 2019.
Located on a 31-acre site, the future facility will provide cutting-edge warehousing, handling, value-added and omnichannel services to FM Logistic’s clients in the Northern region of India.
Alexandre Amine Soufiani, Managing Director, FM Logistic India, while speaking to the media, said that the MCF enjoys strategic access to the Kundali, Manesar and Palwal expressways for faster connectivity to all major consumption centres in the Northern Region.
“FM Logistic aims to strengthen its leading position in India; thanks to a good combination of multi-client and dedicated sites responding to customer needs, the management of a global supply chain (warehousing, distribution, value-added services) according to an omni-channel model (B2B and B2C), innovation, sustainable development and social responsibility,” Soufiani added.
The new warehouse will have a storage capacity of 100,000 pallet positions and provide a dedicated area for co-packing and other value-added services.
Stéphane Descarpentries, Director for Asia and strategic projects, FM Logistic, at a press conference said: “This new warehouse near Delhi fits into our strategy of constructing multi-client warehouses near major Indian cities, such as Mumbai, Bangalore and Calcutta.”
The construction of the Multi-client Facility will be supervised by NG Concept, the real-estate sister company of FM Logistic.