Indian Transport & Logistics News
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Indian Transport & Logistics News (ITLN) magazine is one of a kind media venture in India to create a high quality communication platform for both users and logistics service providers to interact and also fill the void of an authentic analytical logistics magazine in India. ITLN is the flagship magazine of The Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT) India, with a membership of 35,000 CILT members worldwide. Contents include coverage of air, sea, and road & rail transport in general/bulk cargo.
In the Sep-Oct edition of Indian Transport & Logistics News, Surya Kannoth in our Cover Story on Pharma Logistics speaks on new market opportunities for Indian pharma exports; how logistics players are taking a double dose of technology, packaging techniques and business process improvements to cater to their customers. The Special Report by Shalini Nair on Technologies in Supply Chain provides us an insight on how new era of digital logistics concepts have been evolving with internet steering tremendous increase in supply chain velocity and cost reduction. Nahida Jafferi through Industry Report explains how Container Trade in India is finally heading in the right direction with new policies and processes, digitalisation, automation, mega infrastructure projects, complemented by growing consumerism in India and demand for Indian manufactured goods abroad. Our interview section features Devendra Kumar Rai, Director, Sagarmala; Huned Gandhi, MD Air & Sea Logistics India & Bangladesh, Dachser India; Aravind Melligeri, chairman & CEO, Aequs; and Shridhar Venkat, CEO of The Akshaya Patra Foundation. The Photo Feature on the Akshaya Patra Foundation ensures that the quality of food delivered from their kitchens is of the high standards. An event review on SCM Pharma Summit by Shreya Bhattacharya focuses on bringing end-to-end supply chain visibility. Don’t miss news roundup from air cargo, aviation, shipping, transport and tourism sectors.