MUMBAI, OCT 18, 2022
South Asia’s leading express logistics service provider Blue Dart has launched its ‘Diwali Express’ offer to uphold the joy of the festive season. The offer is valid from September 27 to October 29,m 2022. A discounted rate of 65 per cent can be availed on all Diwali Gift shipments, both domestic and international; providing customers with a comprehensive solution for all their logistics needs. While there is a 40 per cent flat discount on domestic DP shipments across India weighing 2kgs to 35kgs, and the international non-doc offer is up to 65per cent, it applies to shipments weighing 2kgs to 10kgs, 15kgs, 20kgs, 25kgs, 30kgs and 35kgs in the key markets.
With this offer, customers can bring joy to their homes and make their loved ones feel at home by sending gift hampers, sweets, apparels, etc. to their near and dear ones at over 55,000 locations within India, in addition to 220 countries and territories across the world.
“The last two years have been difficult due to the pandemic, and people have not been able to celebrate Diwali with fervour. This year, Diwali is all the more special and we at Blue Dart want to give people the opportunity to experience the festive season to the fullest by staying connected with their loved ones across the country and globe. We are expecting to see high volumes of shipments being transported across the world and are ready to tackle the demand efficiently and make a difference in the lives of people during the festive season,” said Ketan Kulkarni, Chief Commercial Officer, Blue Dart.
“Blue Dart has always been a customer-centric organisation with an inclination towards technology and automation. The major pivot for our business has been leveraging our predictive logistics platform, which helps us to ensure seamless deliveries across the nation, allowing people to celebrate,” he added.
Customers can choose from a variety of acceptable payment methods including 14 digital wallets, Net banking, Credit & Debit Cards, Bharat QR Code and UPI (BHIM). Also, continuing the protocols from last year, Blue Dart frontliners are still taking precautions during deliveries.