Man­ish Lo­gis­tics (In­dia)

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Timely de­liv­ery is of ut­most im­por­tance when one is in­volved in the busi­ness of trans­porta­tion of goods. Man­ish Lo­gis­tics (In­dia) is one com­pany which logs this in 85 to 90 per cent of the time in its work. Hence, it en­joys a very good po­si­tion­ing in its arena of ac­tiv­i­ties. Says Mr M.P. Sharma, pro­pri­etor, of this 2006-es­tab­lished com­pany, “we also pro­vide ser­vices like GPS en­abled track­ing of our trucks.” This firm is pri­mar­ily in­volved in of­fer­ing trucks and trans­port fa­cil­i­ties all over the coun­try. The real ad­van­tage which clients ac­crue from it is that “we or­gan­ise for in­sur­ance of the goods we trans­port.” In­ci­den­tally, this firm, which turned in with Rs 25crore in 2016-17 (a jump from Rs 18 crore of the year be­fore) has a SME rat­ing from CRISIL for its ser­vices. Among its lengthy list of clients, some are: Fedex, Aramex, TCIXPS, DAMCO, SSN Lo­gis­tics/ Del­hivery Pvt. Ltd., Speck Sys­tems Ltd. (Hy­der­abad), A V Agritech Agro Ma­chine Pvt. Ltd. and Nip­pon Ex­press. As per Mr Sharma, “our ba­sic USP is that we work with good will power and be­lieve in main­tain­ing long term re­la­tion­ships with our clients and cus­tomers.” Man­ish Lo­gis­tics, at present, has over and above 200 trucks which are Tata ACE, Tata 407-10 ft., 14 t., 17 ft., 20 ft., 22 ft., and 32 ft. mod­els. An as­pect which re­ally puts this com­pany in a very healthy space when it comes to busi­ness is that “we have an em­ployee re­ten­tion rate of a good 95 per cent.” As a mat­ter of fact, the com­pany has about eigh­teen staffers, and one of these han­dles sales and mar­ket­ing. Though this busi­ness en­tity does it trans­porta­tion work all over In­dia, some of the routes which it caters to are: Delhi-Chandigarh, Delhi-Dehradun, Delhi-Kan­pur, Delhi-Luc­know, Delhi-Lud­hi­ana, Delhi-Meerut and Delhi-Mum­bai. Also, this Delhi-based trans­porter has branches in Chandigarh, Mane­sar, Coim­bat­ore, Bhi­wandi, Bi­laspur (HR), Kathua (Jammu & Kash­mir) and Lud­hi­ana (Pun­jab). Mr Sharma, who is full of pos­i­tive en­ergy and warm vibes cat­e­gor­i­cally states that “we can also pro­vide CNG ve­hi­cles and those equipped with pass­word pro­tected con­tain­ers as well.” The vi­sion and goal of Man­ish Lo­gis­tics is “to aim to touch the Rs 100 crore turnover mark within the next half-decade. So also, we hope to in­crease our fleet to in­clude more than 500 trucks.” The un­der­ling fine fab­ric of work cul­ture which is the en­gine of this com­pany is to put in 100 per cent ded­i­ca­tion in its work and to never, ever give up, come what may.” With such an en­thu­si­as­tic, re­li­able and trust­wor­thy ethos and spirit which gov­erns all pro­fes­sional nu­ances, Mr M.P. Sharma and Man­ish Lo­gis­tics surely seem all geared up to re­ally ex­cel and reach mind blow­ing heights in their cho­sen seg­ment of op­er­a­tions.

M P Sharma, Pro­pri­etor, Man­ish Lo­gis­tics (In­dia) was con­ferred the award by Chaud­hary Biren­der Singh

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