UPS to Spend $20-Million on its First Tech Centre in India

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According to an official release, in order to expand its network of technology centers to India, UPS will invest between $15 to $20 million. The solutions that make UPS a world-class logistics provider with the best digital customer experience will be developed by UPS’s existing teams in the US and Europe.

These centers will complement existing UPS teams in the US and Europe. According to Bala Subramanian, EVP and Chief Digital and Technology Officer of UPS, these centers represent our latest strategic investment in a leading economy that they see growing significantly in the coming years, and UPS is committed to India.

According to the release, UPS plans to hire approximately 1,000 employees by the end of 2025 and will open its first center in Chennai in mid-2023, with additional locations to follow. With the opening of a second dedicated airport gateway in Bengaluru in 2022, UPS strengthened its network.

According to the release, UPS’s capacity for handling exports and imports has doubled when combined with its largest facility in India, which is located at Delhi airport. UPS additionally sent off MOVIN Express for India’s homegrown planned operations market in association with InterGlobe Ventures.

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MOVIN combines InterGlobe’s extensive knowledge of India’s domestic aviation and hospitality market with UPS’s global network’s strength and synergies. UPS has 115 years of logistics experience.