Customized infrastructure and IT capabilities were the vital parameters for selection
(New Delhi, July 9, 2012) Nikon India Pvt. Ltd, a leading company for imaging products in India has entrusted DB Schenker for its Warehousing and 3rd Party Logistics services for Nikon’s cameras, digital single-lens reflex cameras (D-SLR), lenses and accessories in India.
The decision is a result of an extensive engagement with Nikon India for more than six months to develop comprehensive solutions based on a network of customized infrastructure and robust warehouse management systems for their logistics and warehousing needs in India.
The solutions by DB Schenker in India for the Nikon includes Warehousing – Inbound and Outbound goods management, Picking and Packing, Inventory Management and Value Added Services such as labeling, kitting, accessory management, promo bundling and scanning of serial numbers before distribution to customers across India.
“Our Contract Logistics services will enable Nikon India to take advantage of our customized infrastructure, IT solution, customized value added services to improve the productivity and efficiency in their supply chain; and we hope to extend the partnering to provide similar services at other locations in the country in near future,” said Mr. Shrichand Chimnani, Director – Logistics, Schenker India Pvt. Ltd.
“The warehousing facility solution offered by DB Schenker will help us to improve our logistics and provide international standard services to our partners across India. Nikon India is committed towards providing a better supply chain solution to support the growing consumer and channel requirements,” said Mr. Hiroshi Takashina, Managing Director, Nikon India. ”
“This decision to have bigger and better facility at DB Schenker is in line with Nikon India’s growth strategy. We are satisfied with the way infrastructure and processes have been put in place and expect this relationship to deliver required results for us,” said Mr. Sajjan Kumar, Vice President, Imaging, Nikon India.
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