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In the May-June issue of Indian Transport and Logistics News (ITLN) we take a look at how digitalisation is getting accelerated amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The cover story looks at digitalisation as the survive-and-thrive tool for the global freight industry. We bring you a focus on TradeLens, a blockchain-enabled industry-wide collaborative logistics platform which aims to bring transparency, visibility and efficiencies to every actor that is part of a shipment, besides cost savings. In our special reports we are covering essential and critical supplies are reaching people under lockdown and what initiatives are rolled out by logistics stakeholders under extraordinary challenging times. The second special report turns the attention on the critical workforce missing even for essential supplies manufacture and distribution on account of what is now turning out to be a poorly rolled out lockdown measures. We bring two interviews in this issue. Sunil Nair, the chief executive officer of Snowman Logistics, talks about the need for government to promote more multi-purpose cold storages. In the second interview, Ekram Husain, the chief executive officer of Essar Exports, calls for easy access to loads and extended subsidies for perishable exporters to ensure business continuity. In the guest column, Vikas Pawar writes about disruption in trade amid the current pandemic and exposes strategic vulnerabilities in global supply chains.

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