Expects 30 per cent of seasonal hires to get permanent jobs at Ecom Express 

Adds Fulfillment centres, Delivery centres and invests in automation 

Makes foray into Andaman and Nicobar


Ecom Express, a leading technology enabled end-to-end logistics solutions provider to e-commerce industry, today announced that it will be creating 30,000+ seasonal employment through September and October months across its Fulfilment Centres, Hubs, Sortation Centres and Delivery Centres. The Company is gearing up for the surge in online shopping backed by festival sales and increasing preference to doorstep deliveries. The majority of the hires will be delivery personnel, hub and sorting centre associates and workforce for the warehousing activities. 


These seasonal positions have been created across the country with 3/4th of the hiring beyond metros as well as cities including, Ahmedabad, Surat, Vijayawada, Chandigarh, Indore, Patna, Lucknow, Kanpur, Bhopal and Jaipur.

Saurabh Deep Singla, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resource Officer, Ecom Express said, “The COVID-19 pandemic has made our services more relevant than ever. We plan to hire over 30,000 people for seasonal roles and anticipate some of the hires to move into permanent roles after the festive season. At a time when millions of Indians are looking for work, we have made great efforts to contribute towards helping our communities wade through the crisis and provide them with the opportunities to earn livelihood. We have increased our engagement across multiple models to bring seamless hiring and fulfil the required vacancies.’’

Over the last few years, about 30 per cent of people hired by the Company for seasonal jobs were later regularised in permanent positions post the festive seasons. Between June and July, the Company hired over 7000 employees across various business functions to keep the supply chain running for e-commerce industry and in ensuring safe and timely deliveries.

To keep up with the festive demand, the Company has added over a million square feet area across its Hubs, Sortation and Fulfilment Centres in Delhi-NCR, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bengaluru, and Vijayawada.

The Company has also added 200 delivery centres across India with newer expansions in Himachal Pradesh and North East besides making foray into Andaman and Nicobar which takes its count of delivery centres to over 3000. With this expansion, the Company’s reach now extends to 27,000+ PIN-codes in the country.

The Company has invested in hi-speed automated sorters at centres, as well, and added capacity to handle surge in volumes.

Siddharth Agarwal, Vice President and Head of Strategy and Planning, Ecom Express said, “As a logistics partner to more than 2000 e-commerce companies in India, all our strategic expansions are directed towards aligning infrastructure ramp up to support better customer experience during this festive season. With the anticipated surge in online shopping, especially witnessed after the pandemic, the added manpower, expansion, and automation will strengthen and power Ecom Express’ network in ensuring seamless service and experience to customers consistently.”

About Ecom Express

Ecom Express Private Limited is a leading end-to-end technology enabled logistics solutions provider to the Indian e-commerce industry. Headquartered in Gurugram, Ecom Express was incorporated in 2012 by T.A. Krishnan, Manju Dhawan, K. Satyanarayana and late. Sanjeev Saxena with their 100+ years of cumulative experience in the Indian logistics and distribution industry. Ecom Express has its presence in all 29 states of the country and operates in over 2650 towns across 27,000+ PIN-codes in India. The company is the first private logistics company in India to envision a full-state coverage strategy, offered in 20 states including Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal. Through this deep reach strategy, the company has a capability to deliver to over 1.2 billion people i.e. 92%+ of India’s population.

 

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