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Hitachi Transport to build 4 logistics centers in India

Japanese shipper invests $100m to bolster distribution network in growing hub

Hitachi Transport's new logistics centers in India will handle automotive and electronic components. (Image courtesy of Hitachi Transport)

TOKYO -- Japan's Hitachi Transport System will spend roughly 12 billion yen ($108 million) to build four logistics centers in India, which has become a strategic market for international shipping.

The company looks to open the sites in Chennai and Mumbai next year, followed by centers in Delhi and Bangalore in 2025 or 2026. Construction has begun in Chennai and Mumbai, with total floor space covering 40,000 to 50,000 sq. meters.

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