India’s supply chain promise
Meeting customer expectations in an ever-changing market

A year ago, the contentious issues surrounding India’s under-developed infrastructure and inadequate multi-modal  logistics platform were brought to the fore as key areas of improvement needed in order for the industry to cope with the predicted growth.

Despite car sales dropping a record seven months in a row, the previous  rate of growth is expected to return and with this comes the opportunity for OEMs, Logistics providers and suppliers alike to re-address the commitments made in the past and make new steps to improving India’s automotive supply chain and logistics services.

The combination of dwindling consumer confidence and the weakening Rupee are held accoutable for this momentary ‘glitch’ in the progress of India’s booming automotive Industry. 

Decreasing labour turnover, improving India’s RoRo infrastructure and keeping attune of constant legislative and regulatory change are just some of the positive steps that can be made to fulfill the overwhelming potential that India’s automotive industry has.

All the issues and more will be addressed at this year’s Automotive Logistics India conference, the meeting place for OEMs, tier ones, and LSPs.

The conference is part of the worldwide Automotive Logistics series, which in 2013 includes:

 In summary, delegates at Automotive Logistics India 2013 can:

  •   Hear great presentations from OEMs, tier 1 suppliers and LSPs
  •   Ask questions in person, joined discussions
  •   Network with the senior executives across the industry
  •   Make new contacts, gained new introductions and developed new business opportunities
  •   Benefit from the interaction at social occasions, including the main conference dinner and introductory cocktail reception (all included in the delegate fee)
  •   Receive soft copies of the speaker presentations to download and circulate within their organisations

Conference calendar

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