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Flash Express unveils state-of-the-art automated hub revolutionizing parcel sorting with advanced technology

Flash Express, a logistics and courier service company, recently inaugurated its new automated 20,000 sqm hub in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, is equipped with the most advanced logistics sorting machines on Friday, October 20, 2023.

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Flash Express’s newly inaugurated automated hub in Sta. Rosa, a pinnacle of logistics innovation, boasting cutting-edge sorting technology designed to enhance efficiency and elevate e-commerce distribution standards.

Flash Express presented its newly installed automatic sorting machines during the ceremony that can process up to 600,000 parcels daily. Upgrading hubs and distribution centers is an important milestone for the company, marking a new level of business volume, quality service, standard logistics management and operation efficiency.

The Flash Express PN5 automated hub has a matrix consisting of 20 unloading lines, including 12 sets of DWS and automatic balance wheel sorting machines and eight manual sorting lines that can process 120,000 parcels per hour. The bagging area has a double-layer automatic sorting machine with 420 sorting grids that can process 40,000 packages per hour. While in the sorting area, there are 20 line hauls and 180 DC.

During his speech, Flash Express General Manager Mr. Vincent Peng said that the company, in the past two years as a newly established company in the country, has faced and adapted to the Philippine e-commerce logistics market, social environment and the industry’s competitive environment.

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Mr. Vincent Peng, General Manager of Flash Express, articulates the company’s growth and commitment to excellence in logistics during the inauguration of their new automated hub in Sta. Rosa, Laguna.

“In order to adapt to the development of the market and the needs of customers, we have invested a lot of money and manpower to finish the renovation of our hubs and distribution centers. More advanced equipment and technology have been used, manpower and vehicles have been increased, and the quality and efficiency of operations have been improved. Thus, the capacity of the whole operation has been greatly improved”, Mr. Peng said.

Mr. Peng reiterated that the upgrade represents the company’s confidence in the market and the determination to develop business partnerships, continuously adapt to market development demands, and constantly improve their operations. He said that the business will have a higher standard and more professional attitude to provide customers with more quality, efficient and reliable service and to work better with all their business partners to help improve the e-commerce logistics industry.

In addition to the company’s commitment to providing better service, they recently sealed a partnership with Palawan Express Pera Padala and AllBank to provide easy payment solutions and remittance for their operations through Flash Pay, the company’s Electronic Money Issuer (EMI) and Electronic Payment Financial Services (EPFS).

Earlier this year, Flash Express secured additional transportation fleets and logistics vehicles to ensure fast delivery of parcels nationwide. As of October 2023, the company employs more than 12,000 riders and couriers, strengthening its overall operations to more than 18,000 manpower and improving its delivery efficiency throughout its serviceable areas in the country.

Credit belongs to : www.mb.com.ph

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