Creating a roadmap to achieve target of Gati Shakti, NLP: ACFI

Yashpal Sharma, President, Air Cargo Forun India shares key action plans and areas which will be covered under the National Logistics Policy. He said, “Integrated Digital Logistics Systems – a unified logistics interface to link multiple data sources and develop cross sectoral user cases for logistics stakeholders. Standardisation of physical assets and benchmarking service quality standards: Enhance interoperability, minimize handling risks, undertake process optimisation, and improve ease of doing business, through standardisation of physical assets and benchmarking of service quality standards in logistics. EXIM Logistics: Addressing infrastructure and procedural gaps in India’s EXIM connectivity and create efficient and reliable logistics network, with transparent and streamlined cross-border trade facilitation, for improved trade competitiveness and greater integration of India with regional and global value chains and facilitation of development of logistics parks” He added, “We at ACFI are very excited on the focus of the Government of India on Logistics over the last few years and these intitves like PM Gati Shakti and National Logistics Policy will surely convert this excitement into action road-map. We will work on key aspects related to Air cargo and collaborate with MOCA and other ministeries and regulatories to achieve the key targets of NLP and PM Gati Shakti.”