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EXZOD To Set Up A New Manufacturing Plant In Hyderabad

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Added 13 January 2023

The upcoming plant in Hyderabad aims to serve its clients in Southern India as well as advance its business expansion goals.

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EXZOD India, a leading player in pallets manufacturing, sale, and AMC, will set up a manufacturing plant in Hyderabad to serve its clients in Southern India. EXZOD has three other manufacturing units in Punjab, Maharashtra and Haryana equipped with state-of-the-art automatic pallet manufacturing machines.

“This would make us a dependable company for buying pallets for both large brands and 4PL warehousing players in the country. We are the only organised pallet manufacturing company in India which has automated pallet manufacturing and so far delivered more than 7,00,000+ pallets for our clients,” said Nitin Kalla, Founder & Managing Director, EXZOD India.

The vision for a new plant is to advance its business expansion goals, mainly owing to strong demand for pallets due to growth, improvement in supply chain management, automation in both materials handling at production and user end and even at storage level for industries like FMCG, consumer durables, logistics, industrials, retail, petrochemicals and automotive and 4 PL logistic players.

EXZOD provides wooden pallets and packaging boxes used for storing and moving finished products / raw materials in industries such as FMCG, retail, automobile, etc. The company aims to manage a pool of assets pallets for its clients across India.

AMC is a strategic business option for companies for reducing capital expenditure, repair costs and improve handling processes. The company’s expertise in the supply chain space allows it to provide customised solutions per requirement.

The company provides technology-embedded AMC services which is the only organised player present in the industry. The idea is to revamp the traditional nail & hammer AMC approach with the automatic AMC approach embedded with advanced robotics.

 

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