India Logistics Outlook 2007

Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra India (PressExposure) September 05, 2007 -- Bharat Book Bureau, a leading market information aggregator has put forth a report - "India Logistics Outlook 2007" ([])

Strong growth enablers exist in India today in the form of over $300 billion worth of infrastructure investments, phased introduction of value-added-tax (VAT), and the development of organized retail and agri-processing industries. Strong foreign direct investment inflows in several industry sectors will also lead to increased market opportunities for 3PL providers in India.

Scope of this report

India Overview: PESTLE (Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Legal, Environmental) analysis of India

Industry Overview: Analysis of the relationship between the Indian economy and its logistics industry

Issues, Trends and Challenges: The structure of the Indian logistics industry and the activities of the key stakeholders: the government and the 3PLs

Analysis by sector (FMCG, automotive, textiles, retailing, electronics, express and pharmaceuticals) and mode (road, rail, sea, air)

Research and analysis highlights

With India's gross domestic profit growing at over 9% per year and the manufacturing sector enjoying double digit growth rates, the Indian logistics industry is at an inflection point, and is expected to reach a market size of over $125 billion in year 2010.

As a result of the under-developed trade and logistics infrastructure, the logistics cost of the Indian economy is over 13% of GDP, compared to less than 10% of GDP in almost the entire Western Europe and North America. The Indian logistics industry is characterized by dominance of a disorganized market.

Transporters with fleets smaller than five trucks account for over two-thirds of the total trucks owned and operated in India and make up 80% of revenues. The freight forwarding segment is also represented by thousands of small customs brokers and clearing & forwarding agents, who cater to local cargo requirements.

Key reasons to read this report

"India Logistics Outlook 2007" provides an in-depth analysis of the Indian logistics industry and its key drivers.

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