Manoj Madhavan, CIO, Blue Dart
When the lockdowns were imposed, it dislocated the supply chain and the people, systems & services had to be acclimatized to the new normal. Today, our challenges manifest in a different manner. While logistics companies are learning their way around a rather volatile supply chain, due to the multiple lockdowns, fuel price and subsequently logistics cost seems to be a crucial challenge in the near future. The initiatives by the Government such as the National Logistics Policy, the Dedicated Freight Corridors as well as the National Air Cargo Policy, aim to neutralize this and I firmly believe the quick adoption of technology based solutions will significantly reduce logistics cost as well as increase efficiency.
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