With the New Year approaching, there comes new dreams and ambition. Industry is looking forward to another propitious year with a definite upbeat feeling in the logistics and cargo industry. The year 2014 ends on a pleasant note and the new government has given hope to the industry, by giving desired attention to the most neglected sector of the country.
Hyderabad Menzies Air Cargo Terminal has recently launched a bonded trucking weekly service from AFS in Chennai to Hyderabad for exports in partnership with Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC). It is just another feather in the hat. This partnership has set an example to let people know that this is the only way to mobilise Air Freight Stations across the country.
Industry has lot of hope with the ‘Make in India’ campaign. This initiative will give much needed impetus to the manufacturing sector and this leads to growth in both export and import by the manufacturing sector. The big infrastructure push in India will stimulate production and exports.
On the other side, industry is not at all happy with the steep hike of 25-41 per cent in haulage charges. The decision has led to disagreement and fall outs between the Indian Railways and the Container Train Operators.
There is also a demand for intellectual abilities in cargo and logistics industry. And on these lines, there is a feeling of optimism in the logistics and cargo industry to overcome the challenges and boost industry to the international standards. Moreover, it is important to keep reinventing to SanJeetadd
Editor more value. Only tough decisions, both from government as well as industry people can bring winds of change in 2015.