‘Less interference for more business’
The knowledge sharing meeting, organised by Indo American Chamber of Commerce recently, points out areas of concern in logistics and supply chain that need to be addressed by the different Ministries to facilitate the ideal smooth supply chain process.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to different countries to strengthen economic ties and bilateral relations have raised hopes among the industry leaders about how the PM’s visit to the United States would set the ball rolling for stronger business relations between the two countries and the possible impact on the logistics sector of the country.
At an event organised by the Indo American Chamber of Commerce (IACC), West India Council in Mumbai,
Shankar Chatterjee, Chief Managing Director, S CUBE Trans Continental Group stressed on the importance logistics would assume in all transactions and the areas that need to be addressed, in logistics and supply chain, by different Ministries to facilitate smoothness in the supply chain.
The event that was held recently on logistics as a part of its flagship series, ‘Knowledge Sharing Meeting’ was attended by important business leaders who were invited to share their views on topics of importance to the business community informally, thereby, allowing them the opportunity to interact with the audience with the purpose of spreading knowledge and strengthening business relations. During the conference, Chatterjee stressed the need for minimum government interference towards the supply chain sector and maximum governance towards creating an ecosystem conducive towards infrastructure and operational efficiency.
The cornerstone of his presentation revolved around changing the mindset towards the business of logistics and treating it, as an integral part of any business strategy, which in turn would foster mutual growth for Indo-US business collaboration. The cornerstone of his presentation revolved around changing the mindset towards this business and treating it, as an integral part of any business strategy.
Shankar Chatterjee Chief Managing Director S CUBE Trans Continental Group