Bharatbook.com added a new report on "Third Party Logistics - India" covering the Indian Third Party Logistics Industry. The report is part of the Logistics Industry series.
Online PR News – 16-November-2009 – – Third Party Logistics Market is valued at INR 78 bn in 2008; Estimated to reach INR 172 bn in 2012. The market comprises of two segments Asset-based 3PLs and Non-asset based 3PLs. The third party logistics industry is growing at 22% per annum. ( http://www.bharatbook.com/Market-Research-Reports/Third-Party-Logistics-India.html )
The report provides a snapshot of the market. An overview gives a quick picture of the market with estimated market size, growth rate and share of 3 PL firms in logistics industry. An analysis of drivers reveals that high cost of logistics in India, fragmented logistics sector, phased implementation of VAT, increasing geographical distribution of consumer markets, government infrastructure initiatives, growth in auto and retail sectors, and economic growth is driving growth in this sector. The key challenges identified include infrastructure congestion, lack of trust and awareness, and service tax.
The report begins with an introduction which explains the significance of third party logistics in the logistics industry. Market overview gives a quick picture of the market with estimated market size, growth rate and share of third party logistics in overall logistics sector. The drivers and challenges explain the factors influencing growth of the industry and a brief analysis of the major issues/challenges hindering growth. The competitive landscape profiles the major players in this sector in terms of their business description. The report also provides details of the private equity investments and key developments in this sector.
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