Strategic Analysis of the Indian Western Dedicated Rail Freight Corridor and Its Impact on Indian Logistics, 2017–2041

Strategic Analysis of the Indian Western Dedicated Rail Freight Corridor and Its Impact on Indian Logistics, 2017–2041

Freight Flows in India to be Revolutionised With Modern Facilities and State-of-the-art Equipment

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With the construction of the Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (WDFC), India would explore new opportunities along the corridor to best utilise its capacity and efficiency in the transportation of freight. Indian cold chain logistics will benefit from this due to the demand for fresh produce to be conveniently delivered to end users at their door steps. This would also allow import of goods on a global scale as people start demanding goods all-year round irrespective of domestic seasonal availability, as they can be transported and stored in refrigerated trucks and cold storage warehouses. Consumption of cold stored products is becoming increasingly popular in India, with a large working population seeking convenience in fresh produce that is preserved for longer shelf life. This growing need for cold stored products and off-season products around the year, is beneficial for setting up cold storage facilities in and around the dedicated freight corridors and in-freight trains. Cold chain logistics in India is fragmented and is highly unorganised, allowing international participants in the cold chain market to take charge of the market and have more organised distribution of consumer products. Opening the market for international participants would allow new, innovative logistics technology to be available in India and would enable existing participants in the Indian logistics market to adopt them through intelligent partnerships with the companies entering the market. Freight transportation in India is expected to have a 15% year-on-year increase for the next decade due to the growing demand for imported products for consumption and cold storage products among the urban working population. The existing volumes of cold storage trucks are highly insufficient with the demand being 60,000 reefer trucks and the current capacity at 10,000 reefer trucks. Upgrading freight trains to be cold-storage compatible and utilising trucks to cater to the first- and last-mile requirements would be the ideal for cold chain products to be efficiently delivered to end consumers in pristine condition.


Research Highlights

This research service provides company profiles of all key logistics solution providers, cold chain product distributors, cold storage companies, and online retailers for consumer goods in India. It also encompasses market shares of key companies in the industries considered, market drivers and market restraints, and key areas of growth opportunities. Challenges faced by these companies in India are explained in detail along with ideas on mitigating the situation to make these services more efficient and the products more reliable. The roles played by the ministries in India are also explained and the benefits for industry participants in cold chain logistics are included as well.

Author: Guruguhan Nataraj

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Introduction to the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC)

Introduction to Temperature-controlled Logistics in India

Challenges in Temperature-controlled Rail Transportation

Key Findings and Future Outlook

Research Scope

Research Aims and Objective

Research Methodology

Introduction to the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC)

Distinct Roles and Responsibilities—DFCCIL and Indian Railways

Planned Dedicated Freight Corridor Network

The Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (WDFC)

Construction of the WDFC—Current Status

Western Dedicated Freight Corridor—Technical Features

Western Dedicated Freight Corridor—Impacts on Commodities

Policies Regarding Logistics Hubs Between Delhi and Mumbai

Logistics Hubs Along the WDFC and Their Proposed Features

Salient Facilities of Logistics Hubs

Inland Container Depots and Facilities Along the WDFC

Introduction to Cold Chain in the Rail and Logistics Market in India

Market Size for Cold Chain in Rail and Logistics Market in India

Cold Storage Capacity in India

Cold Chain Utilisation in India

Modal Movement of Commodities Across India

Ideal Requirements for Temperature-controlled Logistics

Challenges in Temperature-controlled Transportation

Temperature-controlled Market—Forecast Methodology

Forecast of Temperature-controlled Transport Market: 2009–2021

Challenges in Cold Chain in the Rail and Logistics Market—Transportation

Challenges in Cold Chain in Rail and Logistics—Entire Value Chain

Extent of Challenges in the Indian Cold Chain in the Rail and Logistics Market

Cold Chain in the Rail and Logistics Market—Stakeholders’ Perception Analysis

Key Retail Trends in Indian Cold Chain in the Rail and Logistics Market

End Customer Perceptions Towards Frozen Food in India

Climatic Conditions Across India

Major Applications of Temperature Control in India

Product Holding Life Vs. Storing Temperature

Regulations for Refrigerated Transportation of Vaccines and Other Medicines

Technologies in Temperature-controlled Transportation

Technologies in Temperature-controlled Storage

Technologies in Temperature-controlled Boxes/Packages

Regulations on Temperature-controlled Transportation Regarding Food Safety and Hygiene

Permission System—Temperature-controlled Transportation and Storage for Food Safety and Hygiene

Estimation of Costs on Temperature-controlled Transport—Truck, Rail, and DFC

Cost Comparison for Temperature-controlled Transport on Truck and DFC

Estimation of Revenue on Temperature-controlled Transport on Western Corridor—All Scenarios

Profile—PescaFresh

Business Model of PescaFresh

Profile—Atsuya Technologies

Business Model of Atsuya Technologies

Profile—RINAC

Business Model of RINAC

Profile—BigBasket

Business Model of BigBasket

Profile—Geetee Carriers Pvt. Ltd.

Business Model of Geetee Carriers

Profile—Transport Corporation of India

Business Model of TCI-Cold Chain

Profile—Future Supply Chain Solutions

Business Model of Future Supply Chain

Profile—Kool-ex

Business Model of Kool-ex

Annual Freight Volumes and GHG Emissions—No DFC Scenario

Annual Freight Movement Along WDFC With Scenarios of Modal Shift

Annual GHG Emissions Along WDFC With Scenarios of Modal Shift

Annual Freight Volumes and GHG Emissions in 2041—All Scenarios

Cumulative Freight Volumes and GHG Emissions in 2016 to 2041—All Scenarios

Estimated Penetration of Cold Chain Operations—All Scenarios

Estimation of Specific GHG Emissions—Road, Conventional Rail, and DFC

Temperature-controlled Freight Volumes and GHG Emissions—No DFC Scenario

Annual Temperature-controlled Freight Movement Along WDFC With Scenarios of Modal Shift

Annual Temperature-controlled GHG Emissions Along WDFC With Scenarios of Modal Shift

Annual Temperature-controlled Freight Volumes and GHG Emissions in 2041—All Scenarios

Cumulative Temperature-controlled Freight Volumes and GHG Emissions in 2016 to 2041—All Scenarios

Current Air Quality in Delhi and Mumbai

Government Initiatives and Plans to Reduce Air Pollution

National Level Strategy to Address Air Pollution Concerns

Secondary Impacts of Air Pollution

Analysis of the Effect of Improvement in Environment Along the WDFC

Current Air Quality Scenario and Projections With DFC in Delhi

Modal Shift to Rail and Environmental Improvement Impacts

Growth Opportunity 1—Business Models and Partnerships

Growth Opportunity 2—Mega Trends Impact and New Capabilities

Growth Opportunity 3—Disruptive Applications and New Capabilities

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Market Engineering Methodology

List of Exhibits

List of Figures
  • 1. Rail and Logistics Market: List of Proposed Cities for Logistics Park around the Delhi–Mumbai Industrial Corridor, India, 2017
  • 2. Rail and Logistics Market: Features of Logistics Hubs, India, 2017
  • 3. Rail and Logistics Market: List of Inland Container Depots, North-Western India, 2017
  • 4. Rail and Logistics Market: Value Chain of Cold Chain, India, 2017
  • 5. Rail and Logistics Market: Products that Utilise Temperature-controlled Logistics, India, 2017
  • 6. Rail and Logistics Market: Regulations on Transport of Pharmaceutical Products, India, 2017
  • 7. Rail and Logistics Market: Regulations Guiding Temperature-controlled Transportation, India, 2017
  • 8. Rail and Logistics Market: Estimated Cost Breakdowns For Temperature-controlled Transport on Truck, Rail, and DFC, India, 2016
  • 9. Rail and Logistics Market: Comparative Costs for Temperature-controlled Transport on Truck, Conventional Rail, and DFC, India, 2016
  • 10. Rail and Logistics Market: Estimated Revenues in Billion INR For Temperature-controlled Transport on Truck, Rail, and DFC, India, 2016–2041
  • 11. Rail and Logistics Market: Environmental Impact Analysis Due to WDFC, India, 2016–2041
List of Charts
  • 1. Introduction to Dedicated Freight Corridor, India, 2002–2015
  • 2. Logistics Market: Temperature-controlled Logistics, India, 2017
  • 3. Challenges in Indian Temperature-controlled Logistics via Rail, India, 2017
  • 4. Rail and Logistics Market: Current and Future Outlook, India, 2017–2041
  • 5. Rail and Logistics Market: Introduction to Dedicated Freight Corridor, India, 2002–2015
  • 6. Rail and Logistics Market: Modal Share of Freight Transport (Ton-Kilometers), India, 1950–2000
  • 7. Rail and Logistics Market: Relevance of DFCCIL and Indian Railways towards DFC, India, 2017
  • 8. Rail and Logistics Market: Plan of Indian Dedicated Freight Corridor, India, 2017
  • 9. Rail and Logistics Market: Western Dedicated Freight Corridor, North-Western India, 2017
  • 10. Rail and Logistics Market: Western Dedicated Freight Corridor Construction Status, North-Western India, 2017
  • 11. Commodities Traffic on Rail, India, 2016 and 2021
  • 12. Container Traffic on Rail (Million Containers per Year), India, 2016–2021
  • 13. Rail and Logistics Market: Logistics Park Utilisation Plan, by Area, India, 2017
  • 14. Rail and Logistics Market: Logistics Hubs Policies by Government of India, India, 2017
  • 15. Rail and Logistics Market: Components of Indian Rail and Logistics, India, 2017
  • 16. Rail and Logistics Market: All India Cold Chain Infrastructure Capacity (Assessment of Status and Gaps), India, 2015
  • 17. Rail and Logistics Market: State-wise Distribution of Cold Storage Capacity, India, 2017
  • 18. Rail and Logistics Market: Estimated Volumes in Cold Storages by Commodity, India, 2017
  • 19. Rail and Logistics Market: Estimated Value in Cold Storages by Commodity, India, 2017
  • 20. Rail and Logistics Market: Top Commodities Moved by Rail and Road, India, 2015
  • 21. Rail and Logistics Market: Forecast of the Temperature-controlled Logistics Market, India, 2009–2021
  • 22. Rail and Logistics Market: Challenges in Rail and Logistics, India, 2017
  • 23. Rail and Logistics Market: Shortcomings in Rail and Logistics, India, 2017
  • 24. Rail and Logistics Market: Extent of Challenges in Rail and Logistics, India, 2017
  • 25. Rail and Logistics Market: Cold Chain Market Stakeholders’ Perceptions, India, 2017
  • 26. Rail and Logistics Market: Key Retail Trends, India, 2017–2041
  • 27. Rail and Logistics Market: Frozen Foods Customer Perceptions that Influence the Market, India, 2017
  • 28. Rail and Logistics Market: Climatic Conditions, India, 2017
  • 29. Rail and Logistics Market: Product Holding Life Vs. Storing Temperature, India, 2017
  • 30. Rail and Logistics Market: Technologies in Temperature-controlled Transportation, India, 2017
  • 31. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017
  • 32. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of PescaFresh, India, 2017
  • 33. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017
  • 34. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of Atsuya Technologies, India, 2017
  • 35. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017
  • 36. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of RINAC, India, 2017
  • 37. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017
  • 38. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of BigBasket, India, 2017
  • 39. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017
  • 40. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of Geetee Carriers, India, 2017
  • 41. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017
  • 42. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of TCI, India, 2017
  • 43. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017
  • 44. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of Future Supply Chain, India, 2017
  • 45. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017
  • 46. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of Kool-ex, India, 2017
  • 47. Rail and Logistics Market: Schemes by Government of India to Encourage Rail and Logistics Market, India, 2017
  • 48. Annual Freight Volumes—No DFC Scenario, India, 2016–2041
  • 49. Annual GHG Emissions—No DFC Scenario, India, 2016–2041
  • 50. Annual Freight Volumes With WDFC, India, 2016–2041
  • 51. Annual GHG Emissions With WDFC, India, 2016–2041
  • 52. Annual Freight Volumes—All Scenarios, India, 2041
  • 53. Annual GHG Emissions—All Scenarios, India, 2041
  • 54. Cumulative Freight Volumes—All Scenarios, India, 2016–2041
  • 55. Cumulative GHG Emissions—All Scenarios, India, 2016–2041
  • 56. Penetration of Temperature-controlled Freight Transport by Mode, India, 2016–2041
  • 57. Specific GHG Emissions—Road, Conventional Rail, and DFC, India, 2016–2041
  • 58. Annual Temperature-controlled Freight Volumes—No DFC Scenario, India, 2016–2041
  • 59. Annual GHG Emissions—No DFC Scenario, India, 2016–2041
  • 60. Annual Temperature-controlled Freight Volumes—With DFC Scenario, India, 2016–2041
  • 61. Annual Temperature-controlled GHG Emissions, India, 2016–2041
  • 62. Annual Temperature-controlled Freight Volumes— All Scenarios, India, 2041
  • 63. Annual Temperature-controlled GHG Emissions—All Scenarios, India, 2041
  • 64. Cumulative Temperature-controlled Freight Volumes—All Scenarios, India, 2016–2041
  • 65. Cumulative Temperature-controlled GHG Emissions—All Scenarios, India, 2016–2041
  • 66. Average Percent Contributions of Major Sources to PM Pollution, New Delhi, 2016
  • 67. Average Percent Contributions of Major Sources to PM Pollution, Mumbai, 2016
  • 68. Rail and Logistics Market: Air Quality, Mumbai and New Delhi, 2018
  • 69. Rail and Logistics Market: Major Sources of Air Pollution, India, 2015
  • 70. Rail and Logistics Market: Measures to Address Air Pollution, India, 2017
  • 71. Rail and Logistics Market: Impact of Air Pollution, India, 2017
  • 72. Rail and Logistics Market: Air Pollutants Due to Vehicular Emissions in Delhi, India, 2016–2030
  • 73. Rail and Logistics Market: Environmental Impact by WDFC, India, 2017
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With the construction of the Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (WDFC), India would explore new opportunities along the corridor to best utilise its capacity and efficiency in the transportation of freight. Indian cold chain logistics will benefit from this due to the demand for fresh produce to be conveniently delivered to end users at their door steps. This would also allow import of goods on a global scale as people start demanding goods all-year round irrespective of domestic seasonal availability, as they can be transported and stored in refrigerated trucks and cold storage warehouses. Consumption of cold stored products is becoming increasingly popular in India, with a large working population seeking convenience in fresh produce that is preserved for longer shelf life. This growing need for cold stored products and off-season products around the year, is beneficial for setting up cold storage facilities in and around the dedicated freight corridors and in-freight trains. Cold chain logistics in India is fragmented and is highly unorganised, allowing international participants in the cold chain market to take charge of the market and have more organised distribution of consumer products. Opening the market for international participants would allow new, innovative logistics technology to be available in India and would enable existing participants in the Indian logistics market to adopt them through intelligent partnerships with the companies entering the market. Freight transportation in India is expected to have a 15% year-on-year increase for the next decade due to the growing demand for imported products for consumption and cold storage products among the urban working population. The existing volumes of cold storage trucks are highly insufficient with the demand being 60,000 reefer trucks and the current capacity at 10,000 reefer trucks. Upgrading freight trains to be cold-storage compatible and utilising trucks to cater to the first- and last-mile requi
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Table of Contents | Executive Summary~ || Key Findings~ || Introduction to the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC)~ || Introduction to Temperature-controlled Logistics in India~ || Challenges in Temperature-controlled Rail Transportation~ || Key Findings and Future Outlook~ | Research Aims, Objectives, and Scope~ || Research Scope~ || Research Aims and Objective~ || Research Methodology~ | Introduction to the Indian Dedicated Freight Corridor~ || Introduction to the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC)~ || Distinct Roles and Responsibilities—DFCCIL and Indian Railways~ || Planned Dedicated Freight Corridor Network~ || The Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (WDFC)~ || Construction of the WDFC—Current Status~ || Western Dedicated Freight Corridor—Technical Features~ || Western Dedicated Freight Corridor—Impacts on Commodities~ || Policies Regarding Logistics Hubs Between Delhi and Mumbai~ || Logistics Hubs Along the WDFC and Their Proposed Features~ || Salient Facilities of Logistics Hubs~ || Inland Container Depots and Facilities Along the WDFC~ | Introduction to the Indian Temperature-controlled Transportation (Cold Chain) in Rail and Logistics Market~ || Introduction to Cold Chain in the Rail and Logistics Market in India~ || Market Size for Cold Chain in Rail and Logistics Market in India~ || Cold Storage Capacity in India~ || Cold Chain Utilisation in India~ || Modal Movement of Commodities Across India~ || Ideal Requirements for Temperature-controlled Logistics~ || Challenges in Temperature-controlled Transportation~ || Temperature-controlled Market—Forecast Methodology~ || Forecast of Temperature-controlled Transport Market: 2009–2021~ | Current Challenges of the Indian Cold Chain in Rail and Logistics Market~ || Challenges in Cold Chain in the Rail and Logistics Market—Transportation~ || Challenges in Cold Chain in Rail and Logistics—Entire Value Chain~ || Extent of Challenges in the Indian Cold Chain in the Rail and Logistics Market~ || Cold Chain in the Rail and Logistics Market—Stakeholders’ Perception Analysis~ || Key Retail Trends in Indian Cold Chain in the Rail and Logistics Market~ || End Customer Perceptions Towards Frozen Food in India~ | Local Climate and Technologies in Temperature-controlled Transportation~ || Climatic Conditions Across India~ || Major Applications of Temperature Control in India~ || Product Holding Life Vs. Storing Temperature~ || Regulations for Refrigerated Transportation of Vaccines and Other Medicines~ || Technologies in Temperature-controlled Transportation~ || Technologies in Temperature-controlled Storage~ || Technologies in Temperature-controlled Boxes/Packages~ || Regulations on Temperature-controlled Transportation Regarding Food Safety and Hygiene~ || Permission System—Temperature-controlled Transportation and Storage for Food Safety and Hygiene~ | Temperature-controlled Transportation Market Size—Total Market~ || Estimation of Costs on Temperature-controlled Transport—Truck, Rail, and DFC~ || Cost Comparison for Temperature-controlled Transport on Truck and DFC~ || Estimation of Revenue on Temperature-controlled Transport on Western Corridor—All Scenarios~ | Indian Cold Chain Market Company Profiles~ || Profile—PescaFresh~ || Business Model of PescaFresh~ || Profile—Atsuya Technologies~ || Business Model of Atsuya Technologies~ || Profile—RINAC~ || Business Model of RINAC~ || Profile—BigBasket~ || Business Model of BigBasket~ || Profile—Geetee Carriers Pvt. Ltd.~ || Business Model of Geetee Carriers~ || Profile—Transport Corporation of India~ || Business Model of TCI-Cold Chain~ || Profile—Future Supply Chain Solutions~ || Business Model of Future Supply Chain~ || Profile—Kool-ex~ || Business Model of Kool-ex~ | Funding Schemes in Temperature-controlled Railway Transportation~ || Major Government Funding Schemes~ | Estimation of Cost and Environmental (CO2) Impact by DFC~ || Annual Freight Volumes and GHG Emissions—No DFC Scenario~ || Annual Freight Movement Along WDFC With Scenarios of Modal Shift~ || Annual GHG Emissions Along WDFC With Scenarios of Modal Shift~ || Annual Freight Volumes and GHG Emissions in 2041—All Scenarios~ || Cumulative Freight Volumes and GHG Emissions in 2016 to 2041—All Scenarios~ || Estimated Penetration of Cold Chain Operations—All Scenarios~ || Estimation of Specific GHG Emissions—Road, Conventional Rail, and DFC~ || Temperature-controlled Freight Volumes and GHG Emissions—No DFC Scenario~ || Annual Temperature-controlled Freight Movement Along WDFC With Scenarios of Modal Shift~ || Annual Temperature-controlled GHG Emissions Along WDFC With Scenarios of Modal Shift~ || Annual Temperature-controlled Freight Volumes and GHG Emissions in 2041—All Scenarios~ || Cumulative Temperature-controlled Freight Volumes and GHG Emissions in 2016 to 2041—All Scenarios~ || Current Air Quality in Delhi and Mumbai~ || Government Initiatives and Plans to Reduce Air Pollution~ || National Level Strategy to Address Air Pollution Concerns~ || Secondary Impacts of Air Pollution~ || Analysis of the Effect of Improvement in Environment Along the WDFC~ || Current Air Quality Scenario and Projections With DFC in Delhi~ || Modal Shift to Rail and Environmental Improvement Impacts~ | Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action~ || Growth Opportunity 1—Business Models and Partnerships~ || Growth Opportunity 2—Mega Trends Impact and New Capabilities~ || Growth Opportunity 3—Disruptive Applications and New Capabilities~ || Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth~ | Conclusion~ || The Last Word—3 Big Predictions~ || Legal Disclaimer~ | Appendix~ || Market Engineering Methodology~ || List of Exhibits~
List of Charts and Figures 1. Rail and Logistics Market: List of Proposed Cities for Logistics Park around the Delhi–Mumbai Industrial Corridor, India, 2017~ 2. Rail and Logistics Market: Features of Logistics Hubs, India, 2017~ 3. Rail and Logistics Market: List of Inland Container Depots, North-Western India, 2017~ 4. Rail and Logistics Market: Value Chain of Cold Chain, India, 2017~ 5. Rail and Logistics Market: Products that Utilise Temperature-controlled Logistics, India, 2017~ 6. Rail and Logistics Market: Regulations on Transport of Pharmaceutical Products, India, 2017~ 7. Rail and Logistics Market: Regulations Guiding Temperature-controlled Transportation, India, 2017~ 8. Rail and Logistics Market: Estimated Cost Breakdowns For Temperature-controlled Transport on Truck, Rail, and DFC, India, 2016~ 9. Rail and Logistics Market: Comparative Costs for Temperature-controlled Transport on Truck, Conventional Rail, and DFC, India, 2016~ 10. Rail and Logistics Market: Estimated Revenues in Billion INR For Temperature-controlled Transport on Truck, Rail, and DFC, India, 2016–2041~ 11. Rail and Logistics Market: Environmental Impact Analysis Due to WDFC, India, 2016–2041~| 1. Introduction to Dedicated Freight Corridor, India, 2002–2015~ 2. Logistics Market: Temperature-controlled Logistics, India, 2017~ 3. Challenges in Indian Temperature-controlled Logistics via Rail, India, 2017~ 4. Rail and Logistics Market: Current and Future Outlook, India, 2017–2041~ 5. Rail and Logistics Market: Introduction to Dedicated Freight Corridor, India, 2002–2015~ 6. Rail and Logistics Market: Modal Share of Freight Transport (Ton-Kilometers), India, 1950–2000~ 7. Rail and Logistics Market: Relevance of DFCCIL and Indian Railways towards DFC, India, 2017~ 8. Rail and Logistics Market: Plan of Indian Dedicated Freight Corridor, India, 2017~ 9. Rail and Logistics Market: Western Dedicated Freight Corridor, North-Western India, 2017~ 10. Rail and Logistics Market: Western Dedicated Freight Corridor Construction Status, North-Western India, 2017~ 11. Commodities Traffic on Rail, India, 2016 and 2021~ 12. Container Traffic on Rail (Million Containers per Year), India, 2016–2021~ 13. Rail and Logistics Market: Logistics Park Utilisation Plan, by Area, India, 2017~ 14. Rail and Logistics Market: Logistics Hubs Policies by Government of India, India, 2017~ 15. Rail and Logistics Market: Components of Indian Rail and Logistics, India, 2017~ 16. Rail and Logistics Market: All India Cold Chain Infrastructure Capacity (Assessment of Status and Gaps), India, 2015~ 17. Rail and Logistics Market: State-wise Distribution of Cold Storage Capacity, India, 2017~ 18. Rail and Logistics Market: Estimated Volumes in Cold Storages by Commodity, India, 2017~ 19. Rail and Logistics Market: Estimated Value in Cold Storages by Commodity, India, 2017~ 20. Rail and Logistics Market: Top Commodities Moved by Rail and Road, India, 2015~ 21. Rail and Logistics Market: Forecast of the Temperature-controlled Logistics Market, India, 2009–2021~ 22. Rail and Logistics Market: Challenges in Rail and Logistics, India, 2017~ 23. Rail and Logistics Market: Shortcomings in Rail and Logistics, India, 2017~ 24. Rail and Logistics Market: Extent of Challenges in Rail and Logistics, India, 2017~ 25. Rail and Logistics Market: Cold Chain Market Stakeholders’ Perceptions, India, 2017~ 26. Rail and Logistics Market: Key Retail Trends, India, 2017–2041~ 27. Rail and Logistics Market: Frozen Foods Customer Perceptions that Influence the Market, India, 2017~ 28. Rail and Logistics Market: Climatic Conditions, India, 2017~ 29. Rail and Logistics Market: Product Holding Life Vs. Storing Temperature, India, 2017~ 30. Rail and Logistics Market: Technologies in Temperature-controlled Transportation, India, 2017~ 31. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017~ 32. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of PescaFresh, India, 2017~ 33. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017~ 34. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of Atsuya Technologies, India, 2017~ 35. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017~ 36. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of RINAC, India, 2017~ 37. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017~ 38. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of BigBasket, India, 2017~ 39. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017~ 40. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of Geetee Carriers, India, 2017~ 41. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017~ 42. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of TCI, India, 2017~ 43. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017~ 44. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of Future Supply Chain, India, 2017~ 45. Rail and Logistics Market: Expectations From Japanese Companies, India, 2017~ 46. Rail and Logistics Market: Business Model of Kool-ex, India, 2017~ 47. Rail and Logistics Market: Schemes by Government of India to Encourage Rail and Logistics Market, India, 2017~ 48. Annual Freight Volumes—No DFC Scenario, India, 2016–2041~ 49. Annual GHG Emissions—No DFC Scenario, India, 2016–2041~ 50. Annual Freight Volumes With WDFC, India, 2016–2041~ 51. Annual GHG Emissions With WDFC, India, 2016–2041~ 52. Annual Freight Volumes—All Scenarios, India, 2041~ 53. Annual GHG Emissions—All Scenarios, India, 2041~ 54. Cumulative Freight Volumes—All Scenarios, India, 2016–2041~ 55. Cumulative GHG Emissions—All Scenarios, India, 2016–2041~ 56. Penetration of Temperature-controlled Freight Transport by Mode, India, 2016–2041~ 57. Specific GHG Emissions—Road, Conventional Rail, and DFC, India, 2016–2041~ 58. Annual Temperature-controlled Freight Volumes—No DFC Scenario, India, 2016–2041~ 59. Annual GHG Emissions—No DFC Scenario, India, 2016–2041~ 60. Annual Temperature-controlled Freight Volumes—With DFC Scenario, India, 2016–2041~ 61. Annual Temperature-controlled GHG Emissions, India, 2016–2041~ 62. Annual Temperature-controlled Freight Volumes— All Scenarios, India, 2041~ 63. Annual Temperature-controlled GHG Emissions—All Scenarios, India, 2041~ 64. Cumulative Temperature-controlled Freight Volumes—All Scenarios, India, 2016–2041~ 65. Cumulative Temperature-controlled GHG Emissions—All Scenarios, India, 2016–2041~ 66. Average Percent Contributions of Major Sources to PM Pollution, New Delhi, 2016~ 67. Average Percent Contributions of Major Sources to PM Pollution, Mumbai, 2016~ 68. Rail and Logistics Market: Air Quality, Mumbai and New Delhi, 2018~ 69. Rail and Logistics Market: Major Sources of Air Pollution, India, 2015~ 70. Rail and Logistics Market: Measures to Address Air Pollution, India, 2017~ 71. Rail and Logistics Market: Impact of Air Pollution, India, 2017~ 72. Rail and Logistics Market: Air Pollutants Due to Vehicular Emissions in Delhi, India, 2016–2030~ 73. Rail and Logistics Market: Environmental Impact by WDFC, India, 2017~
Author Krishna Achuthan
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