Smartr, a logistics company has launched express door to door service ‘Wheelex’ and along with the already existing pan-India presence across 86 cities and around 133 service centres, Smartr plans to add another 10 transit hubs with major routes within India and another 15 new cities, said the Vice President and Head of Infrastructure of Smartr Logistics, Sarthak Dhingra.

The company has customised the new service into 4 distinct express services that are B2B, eComm segments, part truck load and full truck load. Yogesh Dhingra, the founder, managing director and CEO of Smartr Logistics said, “The National Logistics Policy, announced by the Government in September aims to streamline and digitise the logistics services in the country and Smartr is addressing the market demands to reduce the overall cost of logistics.”