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Logistics Infrastructure

About Logistics Infrastructure

Government of India aims is to reduce the logistics cost from the present 14% of GDP to less than 10% by 2022. India’s logistics sector consists of more than 20 government agencies, 40 PGAs, 37 export promotion councils, 500 certifications, 10000 commodities, 160 billion market size. It also involves 12 million employment base, 200 shipping agencies, 36 logistic services, 129 ICDs, 168 CFSs, 50 IT ecosystems and banks & insurance agencies. As per the Economic Survey 2017-18, the Indian logistics sector provides livelihood to more than 22 million people and improving the sector will facilitate 10 % decrease in indirect logistics cost leading to the growth of 5 to 8% in exports. Further, the Survey estimates that the worth of Indian logistics market would be around USD 215 billion in next two years compared to about USD 160 billion currently.

Snapshot

  • 136 Opportunities
  • USD 5.43 bn Worth

Mode of Implementation

  • 36 PPP
  • 29 To Be Finalized
  • 20 EPC
  • 0 Pure Private
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Policies
  • Private Freight Terminal Scheme

    To enable development of freight handling terminals

  • Draft National Logistics Policy

    To develop the logistics sector, establish infrastructure and create employment opportunities

  • Scheme for Cold Chain, Value Addition and Preservation Infrastructure under PMKSY

    The scheme envisages financial assistance to food processing units in the form of grant-in-aid.

  • Pradhan Mantri Kisan Sampada Yojana (PMKSY)

    SAMPADA is a comprehensive package which will result in creation of modern infrastructure with efficient supply chain management from farm gate to retail outlet.