Timely and safe delivery of large-scale componentsToshiba Logistics to partner Toshiba’s industrial products in IndiaToshiba Logistics India (TLGI), a wholly owned subsidiary of Toshiba Logistics Corporation in Japan has announced it has commenced operations in the country. Founded in August 2014, TLGI has scaled up its expertise and skills in forward logistics to facilitate Toshiba Group companies execute timely delivery of industrial large scale products to their customers in India.
Kenji Urai, managing director of Toshiba IndiaTLGI will be a comprehensive logistics provider operating with end-to-end logistics capabilities starting from transportation engineering, packing, repacking, order processing, excise and customs compliance and clearance, for timely and accurate delivery anywhere within India. Commenting on the occasion, Hidenori Kanakubo, managing director of TLGI said, “Identifying and selecting best transportation route for timely and safe delivery of large-scaled industrial products is a major challenge. TLGI is uniquely positioned to provide Toshiba Group of companies with the most comprehensive set of solutions available for all their logistics needs. The company’s goal is to continue delivering innovative, customized and high-quality services, for which it will adhere to the established know-how of the existing solutions as well as simultaneously exploring the opportunities to provide customers with additional value in new areas.”
Kenji Urai, managing director of Toshiba India (TIPL), which oversees Toshiba’s operations in India added, “Secure and timely transportation of large scale products is very important for the social infrastructure business. Ensuring the quality of products and time for delivery, Toshiba will offer a reliable and extensive range of solutions and products to meet the requirements of the complete supply chain.
Toshiba is expanding its social infrastructure business by providing various products such as super-critical steam turbine and generators, transmission and distribution equipment, motors and inverters. It has won some major orders in the country for super-critical steam turbine and generators from NTPC for the Kudgi Super Thermal Power Project in Kudgi in Karnataka, from Meja Urja Nigam for the Meja Thermal Power Plant in Uttar Pradesh, and NTPC for the Darlipali Super Thermal Power Station in Darlipali, in Orissa. Toshiba also won a major order in India for the X-band dual polarization transportable Doppler weather radar system last year.