LOGISTICS - THE NEXT OPPORTUNITY FOR INDIA
In a globally competitive scenario, operational and logistics efficiency determines the location and movement of goods. Freight and logistics networks are realigning according to the location of production and consumption activities, creating the hub-and-spoke models that are needed to improve freight and logistics performance.
Logistics is regarded as the backbone of the economy, providing efficient and cost-effective flow of goods on which other commercial sectors depend upon.
India has made substantial progress in trade-related logistics reflected in leading global indices. India scored 90.3 per cent in 2021 in the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia Pacific’s (UNESCAP) latest Global Survey on Digital and Sustainable Trade Facilitation, a remarkable jump from its score of 78.5 per cent in 2019, on account of improvement in scores of five key indicators.
Approved in October 2021, PM Gati Shakti NMP aims to provide multimodal connectivity to various economic zones to integrate the infrastructure linkages holistically for seamless movement of people, goods and services to improve logistics efficiency.
Economic zones like textile clusters, pharmaceutical clusters, electronic parks etc. will be covered to make Indian businesses more competitive globally by cutting down the logistics costs and ensuring proper linkages for local industry & consumers.
LOGIX India 2022 will display solutions for
Improving Cost effectiveness and operational efficiencies for logistics
Investment opportunities in Infrastructure & Warehousing
Technology integration and IT Enablement
INDIA - UAE
India and UAE signed the historic Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) on 18 February 2022 aimed at boosting the merchandise trade between the two countries to US$ 100 billion over next five years. The deal was signed during the virtual summit meeting between Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi and H.E. Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi.
India, celebrating its 75 years of independence and UAE, celebrating 50 years of its foundation are at an appropriate time to reset the relationship between two nations and take it to greater heights than ever before.
Logistics sector will be the enabler for this mega agreement. Join us at the 3rd edition of LOGIX India 2022 at meet the key logistics players in India and UAE.
Federation of Indian Export Organisations popularly known as 'FIEO' is the apex body of the Government recognised Export Promotion Councils, Commodity Boards and Development Authorities in India. Set up in 1965 by Ministry of Commerce, Govt. of India to focus the efforts of all stakeholders engaged in promotion of trade from the country, FIEO is partner of Govt. of India to boost International Trade from India. FIEO provides the crucial interface between International Trading community of India with the Central and State Governments, Financial Institutions, Ports, Railways, Surface Transport and all engaged in Export Trade Facilitation. The Federation directly and indirectly serves the interests of over 200,000 exporters from every Industry and Services sector in the country.
Please visit www.fieo.org to know more.
EXHIBITORS / VISITORS
All Indian logistics companies are welcome to participate LOGIX India 2022 and exhibit your professional excellence to global partners.
Freight Forwarders / Logistics Services Providers
Shipping Lines / Ports & Terminals
Air Freight / Sea Freight
Project Cargo / Bulk Cargo / Multimodal
3 PL and 4 PL
Transportation / Fleet Operators
Warehousing & Storage
Express Services - Courier
Material Handling Equipment
Warehouse Equipment & Systems
Commercial Vehicles/Tank & Trailers
Logistics Technology Solution providers
Corporate end users
Investors and VC Funds
Centre / State Government Infrastructure development
PPP and Private sector Infrastructure development
To book your space and confirm participation, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org
UNDER THE AEGIS OF
For any inquiries, questions or commendations, please call:
Mr Ashish Jain
Joint Deputy Director General
Federation of Indian Export Organisations
Telephone: +91 11-46042117, 26150117
or fill out the following form
Niryat Bhawan, Rao Tula Ram Marg,
Opp. Army Hospital Research & Referral,
New Delhi-110 057
Toll Free Number 1800 - 121 - 9000