Flipkart to launch two fulfilment centres in Haryana to help MSMEs
New Delhi, Jan 15 (KNN) E-commerce giant Flipkart has announced the launching two of its largest fulfilment centres in Haryana which will help Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), with the market access in the region.
The company said on Tuesday that like MSMEs, it will also help sellers and artisans in the region along with generating 5,000 local jobs.
Reportedly, the centres spread across 9 lakh square feet in Farrukhnagar, Haryana will promote various products offered by thousands of sellers & MSMEs in Haryana. It will also give them access to a national market.
With these centres, Flipkart has 12 assets in Haryana. These include supply chain infrastructures for large appliances, non-large (mobiles, apparel, etc), grocery and furniture. The setting up of these supply chains will boost Flipkart's capacity in the state to above 20 lakh square feet.
According to the Senior Vice President of Flipkart, Amitesh Jha, Flipkart has one of the strongest supply chains in the country. The e-commerce giant makes over 40 million deliveries in a month and employs more than 120,000 people across the country.
The company intends to increase the market access for MSMEs, sellers and regional artists whilst managing consumer demand. During the previous festive sales, Flipkart's FCs in Haryana handled up to 40% of the orders from all over the country.