Supply Chain Zone is a one-stop place to find new ways of optimizing their supply chain and transportation flow. 3PL, 4PL, warehousing companies, and Logistics parks will find this show a perfect place to exhibit their services. It will provide an ideal place for the visitors to gain information and to build business relation in the country. It will also assemble VIPs, industry professionals, and supply chain and logistics companies to discuss the developmental aspects of the industry with the present audience. The Supply Chain Zone will serve as an exceptional platform for both exhibitors and visitors to establish new business prospects in the country.
Automation4Logistics (A4L) Zone during India Warehousing Show would bring leading Logistics automation and general automation systems providers, comprising of both hardware and software components providers, at the same place with the users of these technologies, creating a perfect market place.
Packaging is one of the main factors of logistics which relates to logistics activities. Since packaging deals basically with designs and the convenience of delivery, it also affects logistics in a way that boosts the flow of transportation of goods and enhances smooth delivery of products out from the productivity line to outdoors. Packaging4Logistics Zone (P4L) will showcase best of packaging innovations which will enable you to create seamless logistics operations by saving costs and enabling other logistics processes-including transport and handling as well as storage, order processing and warehousing.
Logistics to be the growth driver for e-Commerce
The world of retail is undergoing an unprecedented wave of innovation and technology. The e-commerce market of India has seen a rapid growth in the past few years and this rise in the e-tailing market has uplifted demand of e-commerce logistics. In the last few years, the e-Commerce logistics sector has evolved substantially. Logistic service providers have a vast reach and provide timely deliveries in metros. The issue of logistics isn’t just for big players but it is also a major worry for smaller and upcoming start-ups. In order to complement the same, India Warehousing Show had introduced the e-Commerce Logistics Zone, which aims to connect and create opportunities to showcase end-to-end solutions under one umbrella.
India is expected to become one of the biggest and fastest e-commerce markets, driven by rapid increase in internet users and changing market trends. Indian e-commerce earnings are expected to rise from US$ 30 billion in FY2016 to US$ 120 billion by 2020. India’s retail market is also expected to nearly double to US$ 1 trillion by 2020 from US$ 600 billion in 2015, driven by income growth, urbanisation and attitudinal shifts. The same is happening in the logistics sectors as well. The matrix of logistics sector is changing due to the increasing focus on e-commerce and express logistics. The domestic e-commerce industry is overall growing by 35- 40 per cent CAGR which has resulted in large players introducing a dedicated e-commerce logistics business.
The growth of e-commerce logistics is directly linked to the fortune of the online retail industry.It is estimated that the online retail will be an $18-billion industry in India in 2018 and e-commerce logistics will be a $2-billion industry in 2019. The catch here is that this number will only grow when online retail becomes a $220 billion market by 2030.
Product on Display
Automation & IT
- AIDC & RFID
- Barcode Solutions
- Automated Storage and Retrieval System
- Robotics, Pick & Place Systems
- Warehouse Management Systems
- Conveyer Systems
- Tracking & Tracing Solutions
Material Handling Equipments & Storage Solutions
- Pallet Trucks
- Dock Levelers
- Racking Solutions
- Pallets, Bins & Containers
- Mobile Shelving
- Strapping Solutions
- Wrapping Solutions
- Dunnage Bags
- Weighing Solutions
- Packaging Equipment for Warehouse and Shop Floors
- Packaging Material Companies
- PEB, Flooring, Roofing, Doors & Shutters etc.
- Fire, Safety & Security
Logistics (End to End Supply Chain Solutions)
- Warehousing Companies
- Freight Forwarders & Cargo Companies
- 2PL Companies (Asset Based Logistics)
- Logistics Parks, 3PL& 4PL companies