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In the May-June issue of Indian Transport & Logistics News, the cover story talks on technology adoption in warehousing is deemed as an imperative for efficient business processes. In our Guest Column by Ruchi Dogra focuses on the latest technology tools to improve transportation of perishables logistics. Anand Sejwal, MD & chairman of Bombay Exports in an interview explains why the government needs to be more proactive in implementing the National Agriculture Export Policy. In an interaction, Charles D'Costa, DHL SmarTrucking’s chief sales officer throws light on how DHL SmarTrucking is aiming at reducing inefficiencies in the cold chain market. In an exclusive interview, William Boulter, CCO, IndiGo explains how IndiGo is building its cargo strategies. Sharon Thomas, CEO Contract Logistics at Stellar Value Chain Solutions in an interview speaks on India offering umpteen opportunities, and how technology aids in speed to the market and customer. In the Opinion section, Henrik Hvid Jensen observes that a single, unified digital identity for each separate player on supply and transaction chains is needed to streamline global trade. In another interaction with Alexander Philipsen, business manager containers, Port of Rotterdam explains that the core of business lies in developing a suitable physical infrastructure. Also, do not miss to read the latest news from the aviation, shipping, transport, logistics and rail sectors.

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