Tech-enabled logistics company Ninja Van Philippines recently launched its new 5,000-square meter Novaliches hub to improve its deliver services capabilities in north Metro Manila as well as Central and North Luzon.
The compound, which features two newly-built warehouses, is expected to boost Ninja Van’s capacity in sorting and accommodating more packages to address the increasing demand for hassle-free delivery services in the Philippines.
“As we begin to mark our sixth year in the Philippines, Ninja Van continues to strive for operational excellence by strengthening the core delivery business, improving delivery speed, and developing more value-added services,” said Vin Perez, COO, Ninja Van Philippines.
The hub is expected to generate 190 jobs to help meet operational requirements and will be equipped with a conveyor belt that can automatically measure parcel dimensions. The entire compound also features a fire protection system, an improved lighting system, a security center, and insulated roofs for the safety of both employees and parcels that will be housed in the facility.
“The growth of e-commerce in recent years, accelerated by the pandemic, now requires third-party logistics providers to stay ahead of shippers and shoppers’ changing demands,” Perez said, adding that the new Novaliches hub can process more than 50,000 parcels a day to support robust demand in Metro Manila and Luzon.
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