DTDC Express Limited- India’s largest parcel delivery network.
DTDC Express Ltd. was founded in 1990 and has more than 25 years of operating experience, with presence in over 10,000 locations. We are a strategic partner of the DPD Group, an International Parcel Delivery Services Company owned by GeoPost – The densest delivery network in Europe.
DTDC’s first international expansion took place in 2000 and today the company has a direct international presence through subsidiaries and joint ventures throughout the world, in particular Asia, Europe and Australia.
Our delivery and shipping services offer a wide range of options to give our customers the freedom to select the kind of service they would prefer to send their parcel to its destination on time. They can choose from Premium, Express and Economy services as per the requirement. Our team of professionals around the world specialise in Personal Effects shipments, Commercial consignments and eCommerce fulfilment solutions.
Royale International Couriers New Zealand is an International Master Franchisee of DTDC Express Limited. Based at Auckland International Airport, we service all of New Zealand as well as the Pacific Islands.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Though an international courier service, DTDC believes social responsibility begins at home. That’s why our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is just not practising corporate philanthropy, but more about community-based development, known as “Creating Shared Value” or CSV. This unique business model, started in 1990, was the brainchild of DTDC’s founder Mr. Subhasish Chakraborty, the present CMD. The aim was simple: create and share wealth amongst thousands of people by making them entrepreneurs, who in turn create more job-opportunities. Today, 8000+ DTDC-backed entrepreneurs have created job opportunities for over 20,000 people. Our multinational shipping company believes in philanthropy that goes hand-in-hand with corporate success. Apart from e-commerce trading, DTDC also contributes to a wide range of issues including health, hygiene, education, empowerment of women and children, disaster relief, and rural upliftment.