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In this issue

In the March-April issue of Indian Transport & Logistics News, the cover story focuses on how the air cargo industry is exploring India’s amazing air cargo potential, as the country becomes one of the fastest growing perishables and pharma export market.

The issue also carries exclusive interviews of Amitava Saha, the Co- Founder and CEO, XpressBees and Kaushal Khakhar, CEO, kay bee Exports.

As the world celebrates the International Women’s Day, we look at gender diversity in the logistics industry and how the inclusion of women in leading roles is becoming the building block for success.

In the industry report section, we are focusing on contract logistics as more and more Indian firms demand new logistics capabilities and more complex solutions from their 3PL partners.

Also, do not miss to read the latest news from aviation, shipping, transport, logistics and rail sectors.

The Right Balance​​​​​​​ Between Time &​​​​​​​ Temperature

With India becoming one of the fastest growing perishables and pharma export market, the logistics industry looks to explore its amazing potential. The stakeholders will have to continuously adapt to the unique requirements of these time and temperature sensitive products and come up with the most tailored solutions to make it a win-win situation for all.

The Right Balance​​​​​​​ Between Time &​​​​​​​ Temperature

8 mins

India's Rising Perishable Industry Seeks A Friendly Hand

Seems like Alphonso the ‘king of mangoes’ which have captured the fantasies of world famous chefs, is going to make it to the tables of few more lucky souls, reason being India’s growing emphasis on agri-export. The hunger is not only for mangoes but a wide range of fruits and vegetables, seasoned by the country’s diverse climate. Indian growers have contributed to the world food basket for years and the recent budget wherein the government has indicated its ambitions to take agriexports from $30 billion to $100 billion seems to be in complete sync with the growers’ growing aspirations. They now look up at the air cargo industry as an influential partner in the success story.Kay Bee Exports is an Indian fresh produce export company that has been into business for 29 years. The company that was started by Prakash Khakhar, chairman, Kay Bee Exports, on a small scale with initially exporting mangoes has come a long way and now exports a wide range of fruits and vegetables worldwide amounting to 6000 tonnes of air freight per year. In an exclusive interview with Shreya Bhattacharya, his son and CEO of the company Kaushal Khakhar speaks about the company’s expectations from the air cargo industry.

India's Rising Perishable Industry Seeks A Friendly Hand

3 mins

Women In Logistics Breaking Barriers

Gender diversity in an organisation is being viewed as a building block for success. Logistics companies are facilitating the inclusion and retention of women through mentoring, training and awareness initiatives. All of them have policies in place to make it conducive for women. The industry is realising the potential of gender balanced teams due to its positive impact on performance that also finds validation in numerous studies.

Women In Logistics Breaking Barriers

7 mins

Contract Logistics A Whole​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ New Game

With increasing globalisation and ease to trade, Indian firms are demanding new logistics capabilities and more complex solutions from their 3PL partners. Greater acceptance of demand driven logistics practices brings forth a plethora of complexities into the supply chain and generate the need for contract logistics providers to deliver more expertise-driven services.

Contract Logistics A Whole​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ New Game

5 mins

Read all stories from Indian Transport & Logistics News

Indian Transport & Logistics News Magazine Description:

PublisherSTAT Media Group




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.

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