Stellar Value Chain Solutions Chairman and Managing Director Anshuman Singh said that the National Logistics Policy released by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday reflects the positive intent of the government to address all the major challenges of the logistics and supply chain industry.
Singh said that this policy will not only bring together all the logistics players and promote logistics competitiveness globally, but will also boost the confidence of investors who are willing to invest in the logistics sector.
Rizwan Somar, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, DP World Subcontinent said, “The multi-pronged approach adopted by the government in policy towards regulatory and procedural reforms in infrastructure, services and human capital will be a key catalyst in attracting investments.” ‘
According to Vineet Agarwal, Managing Director, Transport Corporation of India, there will be a paradigm shift by promoting seamless multimodal transport and modern connectivity. This will transfer the pressure of transport from the road to other means.
Agarwal said that the Unified Logistics Interface Platform (ULIP) proposed under NLP will enhance information for customers and enable logistics companies like TCI to adopt digitization on a large scale.
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