Arshiya International Ltd, an Indian supply chain and logistics infrastructure solutions
company recently announced the operational launch of its 135 acre Free Trade &
Warehousing Zone (FTWZ), in Khurja, UP near the confluence of the planned eastern and
western freight corridors.
FTWZ is a part of the Arshiya's 315 acre mega logistics hub which also includes a 50 acre rail siding and
130 acre Domestic Distripark (DDP) which will be operational soon. This will be the flagship state-ofthe-
art logistics infrastructure in the north to service the massive manufacturing belt. It will enable
efficient warehousing, value optimizing and distribution of EXIM and domestic cargo.
Falling under the premise of the SEZ Act, FTWZs offer immense benefits to companies with import,
export, re-export and trading activities out of India. Arshiya's FTWZ in the north will empower
manufacturers to substantially bring down transactional cost and boost EXIM, facilitate imports
through implementation of vendor managed inventory and encourage exports by enabling quality
check & consolidation before organized shipment.
Arshiya's Domestic Distripark (DDP) spread over 130 acre, will provide an efficient hubbing
zone in northern India for centralized warehousing, value optimization, consolidation and
movement through rail. Arshiya DDP is further benefited by the adjoining presence of the
modern rail siding spread across 50 acre with six rail tracks and owned locomotives for
consolidation and movement through rail.