Snapdeal claims 80% of its sales now shipped through its own fulfillment centres
Online marketplace Snapdeal has announced today that over 80% of its sales are now shipped through its own fulfillment centres called SD+ Centres. These orders shipped through SD+ have end to end trackability.
Speaking about the occasion, Rohit Bansal, co-founder, Snapdeal said “We have built this capacity rapidly. In January 2015 only 7% of our sales were shipped through SD+ and in May 2016 this is 80%. More than 95% orders from SD+ are fulfilled on time and with zero errors.”
Snapdeal currently has over 63 SD centres across 25 cities in India. Sellers who avail SD+ get a complete solution for all their logistics needs, including packaging and tracking of shipments.
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