Leading logistics player, V-Trans, sets sights on a robust growth trajectory, targeting a turnover of INR 3000 Crore by 2026.
V-Trans, a prominent logistics player, aims for substantial growth, targeting an INR 3000 crore turnover by 2026. Renowned for industry leadership, the company reveals a comprehensive strategy focusing on surface transport and technology for sustainable profitability.
The strategy includes an expansion into multimodal logistics operations, specifically air and road combinations, and a strong focus on the lucrative Full Truckload (FTL) segment, aiming to capture a significant market share through digitisation for enhanced efficiency and transparency.
Northern India emerges as a focal point, contributing 30 percent of overall revenue. V-Trans plans substantial investments in the region, expanding branches, warehouses, and infrastructure. New transshipment facilities in Ghaziabad and Zirkapur, alongside existing operational hubs in Dharuhara and Raliawas, signify the company’s commitment to northern region growth.
Acknowledging technology’s role, V-Trans invests in a new ERP system, ensuring advanced functionalities and API integrations for seamless information flow. The company expands its third-party logistics operation, V-Logis, in the northern region, emphasising employment opportunities and world-class facilities.
Sustainability initiatives form a crucial aspect, with V-Trans actively working on reducing its carbon footprint through optimisation tools, efficient truck utilisation, and solar panel installations in large hubs.
Mahendra Shah, Chairman and Managing Director of V-Trans (India), expressed pride in the team’s dedication, emphasising the company’s commitment to positive change in the logistics industry. He stated, “V-Trans is not just moving goods; we are propelling growth, fostering innovation, and building a future that transcends expectations.” The ambitious turnover target reflects the company’s dedication to a responsible and impactful journey, contributing to a greener tomorrow.