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According to Vineet Chadha, MD, Combined Logistics, the Internet will drive the logistics industry in India and globally in 2023, and in the foreseen future, India’s prospect for a $5 trillion dollar economy and ever-increasing positive momentum will open more doors and revenue streams for the logistics sector. We, having been in business for over 28 years, see ourselves at the forefront of this change and development in the logistics sector.
Not only do we have enough skilled labour, but we also have an excellent framework for developing and improving labour to meet robust demands and developing methods and technology to reduce costs and increase efficiency while ensuring double-digit growth.
E-commerce provides the solution to handle the efficiency of a complete supply chain through on-time delivery, scheduled transportation, and online tracking, allowing for greater efficiency in systems and operations.
The Internet will drive the logistics industry in India and globally in 2023, and in the foreseen future.
Today’s customer has many options, and online delivery and other aspects of e-commerce increase the sector’s viability for growth.
Investment in technology is well worth the cost, and the more we invest in online-based solutions, the better the results with increased efficiency for faster delivery and meeting ever-increasing supply chain demands.
Today’s customers rightly demand improved supply chain efficiency, and newer technology ensures that
Our company sees a huge potential for the logistics industry, and the government is taking the right steps in the right direction to improve the vision and prospects for this sector. With increased transparency and clear regulations, we plan to diversify into more logistics verticals and strengthen our presence in existing sectors.