Optimizing Supply Chain Cost - Export and Import Logistics

February 6, 2020

India currently has cross border trade of US$ 844 billion comprising of exports of US$ 330 billion and imports of US$ 514 billion. India has set an ambitious target of 5% share in global exports (US$ 1 Trillion by 2025). Government of India’s policy initiatives such as ‘Make in India’ and the nation-wide implementation of GST system hold promise for improving India’s global competitiveness. Logistics industry would be a crucial enabler for achieving the envisioned growth potential - with better stakeholder coordination, enhanced infrastructure, improved operational efficiency and enhanced investments

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FRACHT FWO USA

In the year since it was founded in 1955, FRACHT has demonstrated its competence in numerous major international projects throughout decades, long before the term ’logistics’ had gained wide popularity and the meaning that is being attributed in the market today. As global logistics service providers we must therefore be able to ’step into our customer’s shoes’ and impartially deliver the best available options.

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