Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd
(M&M Ltd) has inaugurated a state of the art spare parts warehouse in
Mahindra World City (MWC), Jaipur. As one of the largest, most modern
warehouses in the country and the company’s first in northern India, it will
cater to the requirement of Mahindra customers in north and north western
region of the country for both automotive and tractor spare parts.
The warehouse was inaugurated
by Dr. Pawan Goenka, Managing Director, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., in the
presence of other senior company officials. Spread over an 11 acre plot with an
additional 5 acres for future expansion, this state-of-the-art spare parts
warehouse aims to significantly reduce the order processing time for its
customers based in North India. The processing time for the availability of
spare parts and distance-to-market is expected to take less than 4 days. The
company will procure spare parts from over 1,000 vendors and 9 plants for this
new facility. With an investment of Rs. 150 crore, it will generate employment
for over 450 direct and indirect employees. This Regional Distribution Centre
(RDC) is one of the first such facilities to implement SAP – EWM for lean
processes ensuring simpler, faster, more accurate and efficient warehousing.
This is expected to be a major enabler in easing processes, enabling higher
speeds through automation and reach world class benchmarks in process, scalability,
flexibility, speed, infrastructure and quality.
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