With the Indian economy unlock for offshore companies irrespective of sectors, Third-party logistics (3PL) or logistics in India is gaining importance. As more and more corporations across the world, unable to manage their complex supply chains, outsourcing logistics activities to the 3PL or logistics service providers has become a vital element in the business process. Agarwal packers and movers , packers and movers , packers and movers Hyderabad , packers and movers Bangalore , packers and movers Chennai , packers and movers Delhi By outsourcing logistics activities, corporations are able to concentrate on their core business operations, achieve cost-efficiency, and improve delivery performance and customer satisfaction.
Though the 3PL market in India is still undeveloped, there is an immense potential for its growth, and if the logistics cost can be brought down, the savings would be enormous, passing Indian consumers the benefit. "A number of small integrated logistics players operate in India, but none currently are large enough to have processes that could be globally benchmarked," says Mr. AK Agarwal, Director of DRS Logistics.
Strategically, logistics-savvy enterprises like retail, are moving toward multi-source strategies, pre-distributing product at point of origin, and proactively managing the inbound movement of cargo to create a more flexible and reactive transportation and distribution network.
Mr. Agarwal sees ample growth opportunities for third party logistics providers to come in and support the booming retail market in India. End-to-End service providers will run the show by offering Door-to Door Package Express, Distribution Services, Transit Warehousing, Inbound and Outbound Third Party Logistics Services, Fourth Party Logistics Solutions and Consulting, Customized Logistics Solutions, Warehouse & Transport Management System.
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