Strategic Insight on the Indian Logistics Industry

Reforms and Modernization of Transportation Infrastructure will Open Up Growth Opportunities for Service Providers

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The Indian logistics industry is fragmented and under developed. Logistics costs are relatively high due to poor physical and communication infrastructure; high dwell time at ports; low levels of containerization; and a multi-layered tax system contributing to significant delays at border crossing points. Development of transportation and logistics-related infrastructure such as dedicated freight corridors, logistics parks, free trade warehousing zones, and container freight stations are expected to improve efficiency. Government reform initiatives, promotion of manufacturing and trade, improving investment climate are expected to transform the industry and drive growth between 2016 and 2020.

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Strategic Insight on the Indian Logistics IndustryExecutive SummaryKey Findings Key Findings (continued)Key Findings (continued)Overview of Global Trends and IssuesGlobal Trends—Geopolitical, Economic, and Financial Developments and IssuesGlobal Oil Supply and Demand Imbalance Crude Oil Outages—Unplanned Outages by the OPEC Member CountriesGlobal GDP Growth—Economic Uncertainties to Continue to Hamper Global GrowthIndia—Economic TrendsIndia Set to Represent about 4% of Global GDP by 2020“Make in India” to Revive Manufacturing and Improve Logistics InfrastructureMajor Industrial Clusters in India Manufacturing Products Comprise of More than 50% ExportsAsian Trade Dominated by Manufacturing Goods South Asian Countries Accounted for about 3% of India’s Trade Asia, Europe, and America Remain Key Destinations for ExportsForeign Trade Policy (2015–2020) to Support Trade GrowthOpportunity to Improve Logistics Efficiency Due to Poor Transportation InfrastructureEconomic Reforms and Improving Infrastructure Likely to Provide Opportunities for LSPs India Can Increase its Transshipment Potential by Improving Logistics Infrastructure Macro Drivers of Logistics—Development Plans, Trade, and Infrastructure Investment to Support GrowthOverview of the Indian Logistics IndustryServices Sector Growth Will Be Driven by Construction and Robust Trade SectorsOverview of Indian Economy and Share of Logistics SectorLogistics Expenditure in Key IndustriesTransportation and Logistics Industry SizeFreight Activity in IndiaSea Freight Development in India—Total Port Traffic TrendsSea Freight Development in India—Traffic at Major PortsSea Freight Development in India—Contribution of Major PortsPort Development InitiativesRoad Freight in India—Transportation Projects to Ease Congestion and Improve Efficiency Air Freight in India—Air Cargo Sector Likely to Receive Infrastructure StatusAir Freight Development—Capacity Constraints Hampers International Air Cargo GrowthKey Enablers and ChallengesTransportation and Logistics Industry Size ProjectionKey Trends Affecting the Indian Logistics IndustryEconomic Trends—External Trade and Foreign Direct InvestmentGST Likely to Alter Logistics Network of Light and Consumer-based Industries eCommerce Boom Likely to Drive Warehousing Demand and eLogistics Solutions Customer Trend—Logistics Benchmarking and Analysis of End-user Preferences Impact of Logistics Industry Trends—Conditions Favorable for Smooth TakeoffOutlook and Growth Opportunities for the Indian Logistics IndustryLSPs Can Invest in Assets to Reap the Benefits of Reform Dedicated Freight Corridors to Lead Modal Shift toward Rail Freight“Make in India” Opens up Diverse Growth Opportunities for Logistics Service Providers Moving toward Integration of Multi-modal Logistics Infrastructure to Deliver Freight within and across BordersLogistics Industry Ready to Take Off Legal DisclaimerAppendixLogistics Services SegmentationLogistics Industry TitlesThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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