Analysis of Indian Warehousing Sector, Warehouse Optimization and Modernisation Techniques

Aswinji B, Mr. SIVA

Abstract


Focused by expansion in production and organized retail, the major segment contributing towards the growing Indian logistics industry is the warehousing sector. Growth at a rate of 35-45 percent every year it is expected to grow more than USD 20 billion (Rs 5400 billion approx) by 2015. Further the rollout of Goods and Services Tax (GST) by the Indian Government will play a major role in the growth of logistics industry and its warehousing business. Currently of the total warehousing space used, most being not industrialized; the warehousing sector faces the challenge of strategic and operational planning with the use of modern day technology and automation. The paper focuses on the analysis of various warehousing techniques and automated systems which can be used to modernise and optimize the Indian warehousing sector with respect to the growing demand and global trends.

 

 


Keywords


Automation, Goods and Services Tax (GST), Modernise, Optimize, and Warehousing techniques.

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