Guwahati’s graph of growth has shown a steady rise in the past years in the Indian warehousing sector. The excellent network of roads of Assam has helped Guwahati in the long run to serve the eight north-eastern states of India. Thus, paving the way for it to be a frontier for expansion in warehousing and other regional advancements. Kolkata, Imphal, Dibrugarh, Aizawl, Shillong and Jalpaiguri have easy access to Guwahati via a strong network connectivity.
The availability of big chunks of land has made the steady shift of clusters of warehousing possible to the limits of northern city. Also known as ‘North Guwahati’, the locations here like Changsari and Chowki Gate have been the witness of interest from great occupiers of warehouses. In the northern part, after crossing the Saraighat Bridge, the locations on the National Highway-27 (NH-27) cluster are warehousing locations that are coming up. Here large banks of land are occupied for personal use by the industrial developers or for Built-to-Suit purposes or they are available for aggregation. The occupiers from various sectors like FMCG, pharmaceutical, ecommerce, FMCD have warehouses leased along this particular stretch. Flipkart, Rhino, ERIS Life Science, Jerico, FCI Depot, Parkson’s Packaging Ltd., are the companies that have shown their presence in this particular cluster. StoreFresh looks forward to penetrate the clusters and make further advancements in the sector of warehousing.