Skip to content

DHL Express bolsters regional trade with S$140m South Asia Hub

DHL Express bolsters regional trade with S$140m South Asia Hub


DHL Express, a world’s leading international express services provider, has launched the S$140m (€85m) DHL South Asia Hub, a 24-hour express hub facility located within Changi Airfreight Centre (CAC) at Singapore Changi Airport.

The 23,600 sqm facility is outfitted with the industry’s first fully automated express parcel sorting and processing system in South Asia, and is set to boost its operational capacity and efficiency – offering speedier deliveries for customers.

The new facility is 33 per cent larger than the previous hub. Coupled with the enhanced operational efficiency, the new hub provides DHL with additional capacity. Besides allowing it to handle the growing shipment volumes, some export shipments can now be sent directly to the hub, bypassing the service centre. This streamlines its overall operations by reducing travel and shipment handling time.

With the hub located within the CAC, a 24-hour Free Trade Zone managed by Changi Airport Group (CAG), it also improves the flow of goods between aircraft and the facility and allows consignments to be shipped or transshipped within an hour.