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India Logistics Market -Ken Research

The report covers India Cold Chain Logistics Sector, Leading Players in Logistics Sector India, Major Operators in Cold Chain Market India.<br>For more insights on market intelligence, refer to the link below: u2013<br>https://www.kenresearch.com/automotive-transportation-and-warehousing/logistics-and-shipping/india-logistics-market-outlook-to-2024/335272-100.html

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India Logistics Market -Ken Research

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  1. Smart Logistics-Smarter India: Exploring the Potential of the New Gen Market: Ken Research India, the world's 5th largest economy, holds the 44th position on the Logistics Performance Index, achieving a score of 3.18. India's Union Budget 2023 has brought with it a number of opportunities and challenges for the logistics sector. STORY OUTLINE Indian government's initiatives aim to revolutionize the logistics sector, including a Logistics Master Plan, National Logistics Policy, and PM Gati Shakti initiative. Emphasis on infrastructure development through programs like GatiShakti, Bharatmala, and Sagarmala, to enhance transportation and logistics operations. Technology-driven solutions like blockchain, big data, and digital twins are being adopted to improve transparency, efficiency, and goods movement. Efforts to attract private investments in the logistics sector, supported by administrative reforms and the ambitious National Infrastructure Pipeline. Focus on strengthening international connectivity through coastal shipping, fostering enhanced relations with Southeast Asian nations. The announcement of India's Union Budget for 2023 has stirred the logistics sector, triggering a response to the fresh opportunities and challenges it brings forth. India's logistics costs have reduced than those of developed countries by a staggering ~40%. After China, the United States, and Russia, India holds the 4th position globally in terms of railway freight traffic. The government's initiative to connect the National Capital Region (NCR) with the Eastern and North Eastern states through coastal shipping and is fostering enhanced international relations with Southeast Asian nations. 1. Logistics Revolution: Government's Bold Steps to Drive Sector Growth

  2. Government's Bold Initiatives to Drive Sector Growth Today Cutting down domestic income tax rates from 30% to 22% aims to stimulate business growth for domestic companies. The government has taken multiple initiatives to enhance the logistics sector, including the implementation of a Logistics Master Plan, the formulation of a National Logistics Policy, the establishment of National Multimodal Facilities and Warehousing, and the introduction of the National Logistics Workforce Strategy. The government has rolled out a national logistics policy and PM Gati Shakti initiative to boost the competitiveness of the industry and cut logistics costs. 2. Logistics in the Limelight: The Budget's Strategic Investments Unveiled To learn more about this report Download a Free Sample Report Budgetary provisions encompass a range of measures aimed at invigorating the economy and generating employment opportunities. Notably, there is a strong emphasis on infrastructure development, which is poised to yield substantial benefits for the logistics sector. The Indian freight transportation industry is experiencing rapid growth to meet the demands of an increasing consumer base. According to NITI Ayog, India currently transports a staggering 4.6 Bn tonnes of freight each year, resulting in a transport demand of 2.2 Tn tonne-kilometres and an expenditure of Rs 9.5 lakh crore. 3. Tech-Forward Transformation

  3. Visit this Link: – Request for custom report Global supply chain disruptions and sustainability concerns drive widespread adoption of technology-driven solutions like blockchain, big data, cloud computing, and digital twins. Although India's adoption is relatively low, the government introduces digital solutions like ICEGATE and E-Logs, enhancing transparency, efficiency, and expediting goods movement. 4. Attracting Investments: Infrastructure the Key to Unlocking Opportunities

  4. Request free 30 minutes analyst call The Government of India launches infrastructure programs like GatiShakti, Bharatmala, and Sagarmala, focusing on roads, railways, and ports. Administrative reforms and private investments support these initiatives. The ambitious National Infrastructure Pipeline targets INR ~50 lakh crore investments. While 100% FDI is permitted in most transport infrastructure, concerted efforts are essential to maximize its impact and realize the desired outcomes in fast- tracking infrastructure development. India's Union Budget for 2023 ushers in a logistics revolution with bold steps to enhance the sector's growth. Infrastructure development, tech-forward transformations, attracting investments, and fostering international relations are key highlights, poised to reshape India's logistics landscape and drive economic progress.

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