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As markets have evolved, the ever-increasing competition has led to a paradigm shift in what is expected from a supply chain. For in a highly competitive environment, superior value chains determine the success of a business. And for businesses, supply chains are not only an integral aspect of their value chains but are looked at as lending them a competitive. The cover story highlights the changing dynamics of the contemporary supply. Furthermore, do take peek at an exclusive interview with Joachim Coens, Chief Executive Officer, Zeebrugge, who sheds light upon the ports prospects in the year ahead in the automotive business while highlighting infrastructure, challenges and developments for the port. We also bring you a special report on how the logistics industry in India is witnessing a rise in the number of women working highlighting a sea change in what has conventionally been a male-bastion. The change highlights the evolution of the Indian logistics industry as being an equal opportunity employer and an increasingly lucrative career option vis-à-vis other sectors. Several women leaders provide their insight about working in the logistics sector. Key highlights of the union budget for the logistics industry are also covered. Finally, the wrap-up of the most sought after Logistics event of AIR CARGO AFRICA in its third iteration is not to be missed. We also keep you updated with the latest happenings in the logistics sector through our news section.
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.