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India’s Logistics Market Report, 2020 – 2024

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India’s Logistics Market Report, 2020 – 2024

April 27
09:09 2020
India's Logistics Market Report, 2020 - 2024 Publish a New Market Research Report On – “Indian Logistics Industry Outlook, 2020-2024”.

The India Logistics Market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of ~10.7% during the forecast period 2020-2024.

Logistics plays a crucial role in the global trade. The India Logistics Market is growing at fast pace and accounted as a highly competitive industry with several active domestic and international players. According to the India Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF), the logistics sector of India is expected to gain an annual investment of $500 billion by the end of the year 2025. The logistics industry of the region attracts high investments, owing to wide range of consumer base of the sector that include retail, automobile, telecom, pharmaceuticals and heavy industries among others.

As per the recent studies, the Indian logistics market studied as highly fragmented and unorganized, due to the presence of various unorganised players in the industry and analysed to be fragmented with the contribution of a few industrial players that work in an organized marketplace, this type of industrial players accounted for ~10% of the total market share.

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The India Logistics Market witness various challenges that include minimal integrated IT infrastructure, lack of seamless movement of goods across modes, multiple regulatory & policy making, fragmented warehousing, bodies and under-developed material handling infrastructure.

Although, upgradation of logistics landscape in India is attributed to development of dedicated logistics parks and freight corridors, technology upgrades, setting up of a logistics division under the Department of Commerce, the introduction of the E-Way Bill and GST implementation improves the regulatory compliance considering the Logistics Sector of India. Shift in service sourcing strategies lead to the transformation of the Indian logistics marketplace. Also, the onset of eCommerce boosted the substantial foothold of Logistics start-ups in India. The growth of the eCommerce sector in India have lowered freight costs and increased competition with a transparent value chain and availability of real-time data. Increased investment in infrastructure, emerging technologies and last-mile connectivity are streamlining the logistics ecosystem in India.

Sector Overview

As per the reports of Global Ranking of the World Bank’s 2018 Logistics Performance Index, India gripped 44th position in the year 2018— a jump of 10 ranks in comparison to the year 2014 considering the overall logistics performance. This substantial boost in ranking is majorly driven by the entry of multinational companies in the FMCG segment and emergence of eCommerce companies especially in Tier II cities of India.

In the global logistics industry, the coastal transportation is the dominating segment which is followed by railways and then roadways as a means of transport. On the contrary, India’s logistic pattern is reverse, where roadways is the dominant one with ~60% of cargos transported through road, followed by rail with ~32% segment share and rest by the inland waterways, airways and coastal shipping. 

India is focusing on to get its own index to calculate the logistics cost in the top nine export sectors of the country that include jewellery and gems, apparel, leather and agriculture among others with a focus to bring them down to 10% of the country’s GDP from 14%, which is much higher than various developed nations around the world. The country’s logistics cost is much higher than the US’s 9-10%, Japan’s 11% while Germany account for 8.6%. High logistics costs make products costlier and export uncompetitive in nature and could be ascribed to the lack of efficient multi-modal and inter-modal traditional systems.

Segmentation Overview of the India Logistics Market

The India Logistics Market is segmented on the basis of Function, Transport Type, Application Type and End-User. These major market segments are further categorized into various sub-segments to study the market in detail.

The Function Segment of the India Logistics Market is Sub-Segmented into:

  • Distribution
  • Transportation
  • Warehousing
  • Purchasing
  • Inventory Management
  • Consulting & Services
  • Others

The Transport Type Segment of the India Logistics Market is Sub-Segmented into:

  • Waterways
  • Roadways
  • Railways
  • Airways
  • Others

The Application Type Segment of the India Logistics Market is Sub-Segmented into:

  • Residential
  • Industrial
  • Commercial

The End-User Segment of the India Logistics Market is Sub-Segmented into:

  • Trade & Transport
  • Healthcare
  • Telecommunication & Information Technology
  • Retail
  • Energy & Utilities            
  • Media & Entertainment
  • Manufacturing & Construction
  • Others

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Key Players Insights

Allcargo Logistics Ltd., Agarwal Packers & Movers Ltd., Atlas Logistics Pvt Ltd., Blue Dart Express Ltd., Container Corporation of India Ltd. (CONCOR), DHL Express India Pvt Ltd., FedEx Express TSCS India Pvt Ltd., First Flight Couriers Ltd., Gati Ltd., Global Express Logistics, SAL Logistics Pvt Ltd., Safexpress, Sical Logistics Ltd., Trans Ocean Bulk Logistics, and Transport Corporation of India Ltd. among others are some major players included in the research study of the India Logistics Market.

Research Report on the India Logistics Market Include:

  • Economic Sectors and Share of Logistics Services
  • India Logistics Market Size Forecast
  • Logistics Performance Index of India
  • Industry Structure by Segments
  • Growth Prospects
  • Warehousing Market in India
  • Major Industrial Clusters in India
  • eCommerce Retail Drivers
  • eCommerce Logistics Market in India
  • Cold Chain Logistics Market in India
  • Retail Logistics Landscape
  • Emerging Warehouse Technologies in India

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City: Ghaziabad
State: UP, 201017
Country: India

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