Dimerco supports business growth in India

Logistics provider, Dimerco Express Group, has introduced a new Expand to India advisory service in Chennai/Tamil Nadi.

It aims to establish new production and distribution operations in the Indian market.

The Expand to India advisory service will focus on customs brokerage, legal consultancy and other services designed to help manufacturers navigate the complexities of India’s customs regulations, legal requirements and trade compliance.

The service will also be offered countrywide.

“India’s cost-effective workforce, government incentives and vast consumer market make it an attractive location for manufacturing expansion,” said Dimerco India Country Managers, Rajesh Srinivasan.

Image: Dimerco Express Group.

“But despite India’s many advantages as a manufacturing hub, it can be quite challenging to navigate the intricacies of the country’s customs, regulatory and logistics requirements.

“Our new Expand to India advisory service and experienced team will provide manufacturers with the guidance and support needed to achieve a smooth and fully compliant entry into the India market, including claiming relevant policy benefits.”

Image: Dimerco Express Group.

In response to a large number of manufacturers chasing growth opportunities in India, Dimerco has established eight offices in the country.

India, according to Dimerco, also offers compelling financial advantages to growth-minded companies such as relatively low labor costs and government Production Linked Incentives (PLI) to support new, job-creating factories and distribution centres in the country.

Srinivasan said companies anxious to capitalise on these advantages often move too quickly, underestimating the complexity of India’s customs, regulatory, logistics and supply chain requirements. As a result, their expansion projects experience massive delays, added costs and damaged customer relationships.

“That’s why Dimerco has established our new Expand to India advisory service in Chennai to serve the entire country,” said Srinivasan.

“Companies need support that goes beyond traditional logistics services.

“Our local expertise in legal and regulatory requirements will help growth-minded companies achieve fully compliant, hassle-free expansion to India.”

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