Reducing dependence on Chinese imports is the need of the hour: Vipin Vohra

Vipin Vohra, Chairman, Continental Carriers, has said that this pandemic has given some lessons to learn for better future. The Covid-19 outbreak has derailed the supply chain cycle across countries. Speaking at the first digital conclave by CargoTalk, Vohra said, “There has always been a global discussion about China plus one policy. In today’s scenario, it should be a priority to reduce dependence on Chinese products. No doubt, looking at its size and democratic nature, India has all the potential to be a global choice as a preferred and reliable destination for investments. And, for that we have to provide new reforms to improve our industry, transparent dealings, ease of doing business rules, financial support by improving banking rules, better infrastructure warehousing facilities, improved labour laws, rules to ‘Make in India’ initiatives to self sustain in terms of various small path manufacturing for which we are still dependent on other countries.”
“I am very hopeful that Indian logistics industry is going to do very well in the coming months since lot of production is going to come in India,” he adds.