Changing dynamics of logistics in India

Prior to roll out of GST, most companies had their logistics networks planned around tax structures and compliances. This is now expected to shift in favour of optimisation of warehousing space, network capabilities, and fleet choices. The demand for greater efficiency and faster ways to reach raw materials to manufacturing units and from the manufacturing units to the market place will accelerate the change. This can reduce logistics cost, which, at 13% of GDP currently, is very high.
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