Residing in one of the fastest growing economic industrial zones in South Vietnam, the 700,000 USD DHL Binh Duong Service Center is the newest investment made by DHL Express in Vietnam, further bolstering the company’s network within the country.
“The establishment of the Binh Duong Service Center will not only provide convenience for many business partners and customers around the area, but also improves DHL’s capacity to handle customer shipments, resulting in a faster and more reliable service. This is also a part our plans to further expand our trade network within the country” said Mr. Hasan Farooq, DHL-VNPT Express Chief Financial Officer.
The DHL Binh Duong Service Center is the 5th of such facility to be opened in Vietnam, in addition to its Hà Nội Service Center; South Service Center; North Service Center; Đà Nẵng Service Center. This latest addition allows DHL to offer earlier delivery timings and later pick-up times for customers by 30 minutes to 1 hour, as well as same day uplift with direct shuttle service from Binh Duong to the DHL Express Gateway at Tan Son Nhat Airport. It is the right step in the company’s strategy towards improving economies of scale, enhancing customer service, and ultimately becoming their “Provider of Choice”.
Customers can either contact the customer hotline at 1800 1530 or refer to http://www.dhl.com.vn/vi.html for more information on the new DHL Service Point. On the Internet: www.dpdhl.de/press.
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