Crystal Logistics launches Indian express service

Kolkata, West Bengal, India: Crystal Logistics, which handles storage and distribution of temperature sensitive for food and pharmaceutical products in India has launched an express service on its Mumbai-Ahmedabad-Delhi route for temperature sensitive products.

The service will be extended to other routes in northern and southern regions with increased frequency of service if there is sufficient demand.

Crystal Express provides door-to-door delivery for temperature sensitive cargoes with a 40-hour transit time with collection and delivery within 20km of the main centres on the route.

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