Indian logistics provider DTDC establishes partnership
Asendia and Indian logistics service provider DTDC announce the establishment of a strategic partnership that enables DTDC to provide Indian retailers with access to Asendia's global postal network and provide competitiveness to all key destinations including the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, and Canada Tracking solution.
The new post service launched by DTDC in collaboration with Asendia enables Indian retailers to provide low-cost tracking solutions to customers worldwide. Low-value goods are the core of cross-border e-commerce business. This service is available from India to all over the world.
By entering Asendia's postal network, DTDC launched a very complementary postal service to meet customer needs.
The head of Asendia's Asia-Pacific region said, 'We are constantly seeking to develop cross-border parcel services in the booming international e-commerce market. India is one such market. We have chosen to cooperate with DTDC, India's leading logistics provider, because their services provide The long list of benefits is very complementary to our postal solution. '
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of India, about 31 million Indians live outside India and the demand for goods is increasing.
DTDC Global Business Development Director said, 'DTDC is constantly evolving to meet the needs of international e-commerce. We want to make it easier for Indian companies and mid-sized retailers to sell products internationally and benefit from the huge potential outside India. This It is a very exciting opportunity for us to expand our influence with an international partner with a good reputation. '
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