Decathlon and DHL Supply Chain yesterday inaugurated a distribution center in Tepotzotlán, State of Mexico, which is owned by the logistics services company and from where the 13 sporting goods stores owned by the French firm will be supplied.

“They will be our clients in storage issues and we bring transportation projects. In our company we have just over 12,500 employees. This center has an extension of 24,000 m2 and we started with 12,000 m2 for Decathlon, the rest is shared with other clients. To the extent that they require more, we will satisfy that demand”, said the director of DHL Supply Chain Mexico, Agustín Croche.

The relationship between the companies began last year, after Decathlon decided to end the relationship they had with the previous provider because it no longer fit with the growth plans (this year they will open two more stores, one in the State of Mexico) and the quality of the services offered was no longer satisfactory.

This Thursday, during the opening ceremony, in which collaborators from the two brands participated, the director of Decathlon in Mexico, Miguel Ángel Sánchez, commented that they were taking another step in their intention to make sport accessible with high-quality products. and fair prices.

“It is a special day because of the hard times we are going through due to the pandemic and now due to inflation. We can now offer a new logistics center that will encourage athletes to find what they require for their disciplines”, he commented. All the collaborators of the center can use the same facilities (gym, food area, work rooms) without distinction.

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