By Shubhangi Bhatia
New Delhi: Logistics in India is no lengthier a business enterprise process, it has come to be an integral aspect of the price chain functions with electronic innovations and e-commerce featuring the relieve of trusted and well timed deliveries, reported Talwinder Singh, Regional Director, Lalamove.
In accordance to an IBEF review, the logistics sector is poised to reach $215 billion by 2020, while it may well bring in investments worthy of $500 bn by 2025.
Terming the rise of global business enterprise as the key factor for its progress, the Hong Kong headquartered firm reported, “Value-included infrastructure, new-age technology, extreme import prospects and enhanced trade insurance policies are also large contributors.”
The domestic logistics sector is established