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Warehouse ID State/Province Fc Address
Bil Haryana KILLA NO 219/15-16 25/1 220/11 12/1 12/2 13/1/113/1/2 20 21/1 21/2/1 22/1 23/1/1 Bohra Kalan, Bilaspur Pataudi Road, Near Bilaspur chowk at NH-8, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122001
Binola Haryana Khasra no. 14/6 min, 7 min, 13 min,, 14, 15, 17, 18 min, 23, 24, 25, 16/1, 2, 9, 10, 11, 12/1, 17/3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11/2, 12, 13, 14, 15, situated on, village: Binola, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122413
Blr_wfld Karnataka 42/1 and 43, Anjaneya Store and Warehouse, Soukaya Road, Kacherkanahalli Village, Hoskote, Bengaluru 560067
Bangalore Malur Warehouse (blr_mal_01) Karnataka Sy.No. 130,256,259,268 and 283, Malur Industrial Area, Hosakote Village Lakkur Hobli Malur Taluk, Kolar, Karnataka 563130
Mum_bndi Maharastra Blocks B6 & B8 Acorn Logistics and Industrial Complex, located at Dive Anjur Village,Opp Dive Petrol pump, NH-3, Mumbai - Nashik Highway ,Bhiwandi (Dist.), Mumbai, Maharashtra, 421302
Maharashtra Rasayani Warehouse Maharastra New Era Fabrics Limited, New Era Warehouse and Industrial Complex, Near Rasayani Vanivali, Mumbai, Raigad, Maharashtra 410220
Hyderabad_medchal_01 Telangana Sy no 696, Gundlapochampally Village, Medchal MandaL Ranga Reddy Dist,pin-501401
Kol_dan_01 West Bengal Instakart Services Pvt Ltd.,Plot nos-230,231Aarna Projects,Old Delhi Road,Simla Mouza, Dist: Hooghly - 712249,
Kolkata Sankrail 01 Warehouse West Bengal Sankrail Industrial Park, Dhulagori, Bhagabatipur, Howrah, West Bengal, 711302
frk_bts Harayana Rectangle No. 06, Rectangle No. 07, Rectangle No. 08 and Rectangle No. 13, Village- KhalikpurTehsil- Badli, District- Jhajjar,FC- FarrukhnagarJhajjar, Haryana, India, 124103
malur_bts Karnataka Marasandra and Madnahatti -Venkatapura Villages, Kasaba Hobli, Malur Taluk ,Dist -Kolar Malur Bangalore, Karnataka, India, 563130
ulub_bts Kolkata J.L.No-9,55 and 8 ,Mouza-chandipur,Harinarayan chak ,Amraberia,District-Howrah ,West Bengal uluberia Howrah, West Bengal, India, 711316

Types of Flipkart Warehouses

Flipkart has three main types of warehouses:

  • Fulfillment centers: Therse are specialized warehouses that store and ship products to customers.
  • Sortation centers: These warehouses are responsible for sorting and dispatching products to fulfillment centers.
  • Cross-docking centers: These warehouses are responsible for transferring products from one mode of transportation to another.

Benefits of Flipkart Warehouses

Flipkart warehouses offer a number of benefits to both sellers and customers:

  • Faster delivery: Flipkart's warehouses are strategically located throughout the country, enabling faster delivery to customers.
  • Wider reach: Flipkart's warehouses allow sellers to reach customers in all parts of India.
  • Reduced shipping costs: Flipkart's warehouses help sellers to reduce shipping costs by consolidating orders and negotiating with shipping carriers.
  • Improved customer satisfaction: Flipkart's warehouses help to improve customer satisfaction by enabling faster and more reliable delivery.

The Significance of Flipkart Warehouses

Flipkart's warehouses, often referred to as fulfillment centers, are the heart of its logistical operations. These state-of-the-art facilities are strategically located to serve major cities and regions across India. Here's why these warehouses are crucial:

  1. Efficient Order Fulfillment

Flipkart's extensive network of warehouses allows for quick and efficient order processing. When a customer places an order, it can be dispatched from the nearest fulfillment center, reducing delivery times.

  1. Vast Product Inventory

These warehouses house a diverse range of products, from electronics and fashion to household items and more. This ensures that Flipkart can offer an extensive catalog to its customers.

  1. Advanced Technology

Flipkart employs cutting-edge technology within its warehouses. Automation, robotics, and data analytics are used to optimize the storage, retrieval, and packaging of products.

  1. Order Tracking

As their orders pass through Flipkart's warehouses and arrive at their doorstep, customers can follow them in real time. The overall buying experience is improved by this transparency.

Inside a Flipkart Warehouse

Now, let's take a peek inside one of Flipkart's fulfillment centers to understand the intricacies of its operations:

  1. Product Arrival and Storage

When products arrive at a warehouse, they go through rigorous quality checks. Once approved, they are stored in designated areas, ready for order processing.

  1. Order Picking and Packing

When a customer places an order, the products are picked by automated systems and prepared for packaging. This process is highly efficient, minimizing errors.

  1. Packaging

Flipkart pays special attention to eco-friendly packaging. Products are carefully packed to ensure they reach customers in pristine condition.

  1. Quality Control

Before products leave the warehouse, a final quality check is conducted to maintain the highest standards.

  1. Shipping and Delivery

Once orders are packed and ready, they are dispatched for delivery. Flipkart partners with various logistics companies to ensure swift and reliable delivery.

Sustainability Initiatives

Flipkart is committed to sustainability. Its warehouses incorporate eco-friendly practices, including efficient lighting, waste management, and the use of renewable energy sources.


Flipkart's warehouses in India are the backbone of its e-commerce operations, enabling it to provide customers with a vast selection of products and speedy deliveries. These state-of-the-art facilities combine technology, efficiency, and sustainability to meet the ever-growing demands of online shoppers in India. The next time you shop on Flipkart, remember that behind every order is a well-organized and highly efficient warehouse, ensuring your shopping experience is top-notch.

Frequently Asked Questions

Flipkart has over 80 warehouses in India.

The largest Flipkart warehouse in India is located in Haringhata, West Bengal. It has a storage capacity of 1 million cubic feet

Flipkart has three main types of warehouses:

  • Fulfilment centres: These warehouses are responsible for storing and shipping products to customers.
  • Sortation centres: These warehouses are responsible for sorting and dispatching products to fulfilment centres.
  • Cross-docking centres: These warehouses are responsible for transferring products from one mode of transportation to another.

Flipkart warehouses store a wide variety of products, including books, electronics, clothing, home goods, and more. However, there are some products that are not eligible to be stored in Flipkart warehouses, such as:

  • Hazardous materials
  • Perishable goods
  • Products that are oversize or overweight
  • Products that are not in good condition

If you are a seller on Flipkart, you can store your products in Flipkart warehouses by using the Flipkart Fulfilment Services (FSS) program. With FSS, Flipkart will store your products, pick, pack, and ship your orders, and provide customer service.

To be eligible to use Flipkart FSS, you must:

  • Have a valid Flipkart seller account
  • Have products that are eligible to be stored in Flipkart warehouses
  • Meet Flipkart's performance standards

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