Automobile production is set to grow three fold in the next ten years. All the big auto majors, national and international, with manufacturing presence in India are expanding capacity at a rapid pace to meet the growth and are making huge investments into local production as well as component sourcing.
The aftermarket industry in India is also booming, and industry watchers say that India has the potential to become the aftermarket warehousing hub for Asia.
Logistics cost, that amount to around 9 percent of a vehicle in India in comparison to the global best of 5 to 6 percent, is a key differentiator in determining whether India can achieve its goal in becoming a global powerhouse of automotive production and export.
The LOG.INDIA India event on Automotive Logistics will look at the cost, quality, infrastructure and policy imperatives in the following areas:
- Capacity planning while keeping up with growth
- Warehouse management
- Intermodal efficiency in distribution
- Keeping up with obsolescence
- Leading the green revolution
- Efficiency and cost pressures in Inbound and Outbound logistics
Hamburg Media will simultaneously host an interview with an industry expert from the automotive industry. Members registering before 20th Sept. will get an opportunity to ask their questions through our Editor.