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  • cover-story Warehousing & Supply Chain Growing by leaps and bounds

    Jasleen Kaur With the growth of organised warehousing, an expected simplification of existing tax structure coupled with technology and efficient transportation system, warehousing in India is witnessing a paradigm shift to more modern and optimized ware

  • cold-storage Cold Storage: The only way to forestall food wastage

     Ashok Mirchandani At the dawn of mankind, humans were essentially hunter-gatherers. They collected berries, roots and leaves and when the supply ran out, moved to another place. Later they learned to hunt animals for food, ate as much meat as they co

  • decoding-the-present Decoding the present scenario of the Indian logistics sector

    Samantak Das Indian businesses for long have ignored the significance of the logistics sector that continues to remain one of the most under invested sectors in the country. While logistics undertakes the critical role of connecting the production center

  • paris-charles Paris-Charles de Gaulle: Poised for further growth

    Celebrating 40 years of its existence in 2014, Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, over the years, has been punctuated by the increase in traffic and the sector’s innovations, such as new aircraft, new transport concepts including low cost airlines, and th

  • flying-high Saudia:Flying High

    The flag carrier of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabian Airline (Saudia) operates domestic and international scheduled flights to more than 70 destinations in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. The airline also flies domestic

  • Untitled-1 One stop solutions provider

    Established in 2003 with deep roots in the formidable legacy of the Tata Group, Drive India Enterprises Solutions Limited (DIESL) is a leading provider of end-to-end logistics solutions, with over 180 warehouses covering 85 percent of India’s district

  • Grofers Go with Grofers for express deliveries

    Jasleen Kaur Based in Gurgaon, Grofers is a hyper local delivery firm, which can schedule deliveries within a 30-minute window and also fulfill orders of its merchants in off-work hours. Majority of its deliveries are in Delhi-NCR currently and it is

  • india India-EU air cargo: On the expansion mode

    Jasleen Kaur With the recovery of air cargo market in India, international carriers are bullish on Indian skies and European airlines are no exception. They have been performing very well over the decades with new routes, freighters and services. This ha

  • dhl Deutsche Post DHL picks India for e-commerce business model

    Deutsche Post DHL (DPDHL), the world’s leading mail and logistics company, has picked India to pilot the development of its e-commerce business model for Asia-Pacific. The company is making close to 100 million Euros in investment in next two years in i

  • coverstory Non major ports serving the spill-off demand

    Given the rising demand for port infrastructure on the back of growing imports, prospects are high that non-major ports will serve the spill-off demand from major Indian ports and boost their capacities in line with the anticipated new demand. Surya Kanno


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