India Warehousing & Logistics Show 2013 (IWLS) held on 7-9 Nov 2013 in Chennai is a dedicated event for all warehousing, logistics and supply chain industry. Tapping the potential in the Southern India’s logistics market, IWLS 2013 was an unmatched opportunity for industry professionals to gather and create networking opportunities. Exhibiting wide range of solutions, the show benefited the investment planners, decision makers and buyers from the users industry.
IWLS focused on:
- Commercial Vehicle Zone
- Industrial Automation Zone
- Safety & Security Zone
The logistics sector in India has today become an area of priority. One prime reason for the same is that years of high growth in the Indian economy have resulted in a significant rise in the volume of freight traffic moved. This large volume of traffic has provided for growth opportunities in all facets of logistics including transportation, warehousing, freight forwarding, express cargo delivery, container services, shipping services etc. The growth path has also meant that increase demand is being placed on the sector to provide the solutions required for supporting future growth. Going forward it will not be wrong to say that the strength of the logistics sector is likely to be one of the key determinants of the pace of future growth of the economy.
The Event also included an industry conference which discussed many challenges of the sector and the opportunities to scale up business in this industry. Senior managers and major industry players participated in the conference where they shared their point of View on various aspect in warehousing industry. Mr Ganesh, CEO, warehousebazaar.com participated in the conference and pointed out the Need of Manpower development in the logistic sector. The conference also witnessed senior professionals of the industry disseminating knowledge on challenges of the sector along with viable solutions and a way forward.
- Warehousing sector in India and where does it stands in comparison with the global economy
- Optimising Government and service provider interface
- Engaging the customer
- The emergence of South as a hub of dry and temperature controlled warehouses on Indian logistics map
- Transforming into a modern storage facility
- Technological advancement is need of the hour
'Warehousing shifted from passive storage to strategic assortment'– Dr. Vaidyanathan Jayaraman, Professor of Supply Chain Operations, School of Business Administration, University of Miami, FL, USA
'92% senior managers believe supply chain development needed'- Girish V S, Executive Director, Institute of Supply Chain and Management
For more information, please visit event website www.IndiaWLShow.com