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In the May-June issue of the Indian Transport & Logistics News, the Cover Story focuses on how warehouses in India have transitioned from godowns to ultra-modern, state-of-the-art facilities. The warehousing experience tends to change with advanced level of automation as robotics, artificial intelligence and Internet of Things propels quicker deliveries. There has been a paradigm shift in the way logistics is perceived. Guest columnist Sabyasachi Mukherjee talks about the gravity defying logistics of the near future, which will be an amalgamation of frontier technologies like robotics, aerospace technology and artificial intelligence. With India speedily taking up shape of a massive e-commerce marketplace, the numerous possibilities are bound to leave customers spoiled for choices. Here, logistics plays a vital role for a successful business plan. Read our Special Report on India’s e-commerce logistics to know more… To keep up your interest flowing, we have featured Hyperlocal logistics. After lots of firms failed since 2014 in this segment, there are many innovative ones that are redefining how business is done in the segment with technology back-up. The issue also carries an exclusive interview of Mike Chew, CEO, AISATS, who talks about the dynamic growth of AISATS , technological innovations, domestic and international growth, its proficient infrastructure to handle cargo, and other recent initiatives. Also, do not miss to read the latest news from aviation, shipping, transport, logistics and rail sectors.
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.