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Logistics Industry

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Logistics Industry

  1. 1.  Market size of logistics industry is estimated to be over $3500 bn out of this $1100 bn in us and about $130-150 bn for india. Logistics costs generally would be the second biggest costs for most of the manufacturing firms next only to COGS. It ranges between 9-18% in many countries as the proportion of GDP.
  2. 2. COUNTRY LOGISTICS COST LOGISTICS (IN TERMS OF GDP) ACTIVITIESINDIA 14% <10%CHINA 18% <10%UNITED STATES 9.9% 57%EUROPE 10% 30%-40%JAPAN 11.37% 80%
  3. 3. (GEOGRAPHICS) CHINA …..18 % OF GDP AS LOGISTICS COST… INDIA ……14% OF GDP AS LOGISTICS COST…
  4. 4.  Manufacturing Industries Retail - Consumer Retail Chains, Home Improvement, Furniture And Department Stores FMCG - Global Food Brands, Home & Personal Care And Consumer Healthcare Products Chemicals - Specifically Petrochemicals
  5. 5. BIG PLAYERS IN LOGISTICS INDUSTRY
  6. 6. TECHNOLOGICAL TRENDS:- RFID
  7. 7. TECHNOLOGICALTRENDS REVERSE LOGISTICS
  8. 8.  Globalization Lack of joint ventures Technology Quality Control Inventory Reduction Global expansion Environmental policies Large global contracts Unorganized sector Joint collaborative ventures Rising value
  9. 9.  mission is to exceed our customers’ expectations in the transfer of their goods and documents around the world delivering value to the customers by providing the most reliable and efficient solutions through delivery networks
  10. 10.  Focus on networks Grow and build value Protect and grow the core Broaden view on business opportunities Adjust for profitable growth
  11. 11.  Creating Value For Its Shareholders Sharing Responsibility For The World In Which It Operates Instilling Pride In Its People Risk and crisis management Corporate Social Resposibility Fuel efficiency Techno Savvy
  12. 12. Transport produces18% of global CO2emissions
  13. 13.  Nearly seven billion tonnes of cargo are moved by sea each year - equivalent to one ton for every human on the planet. If all of Maersk Lines containers were placed one after the other, they would measure approx. 19,000 km. This is equal to the distance from Paris(FRANCE) to Cape Town(SOUTH AFRICA) and back again. At any one point in time, Maersk Line is transporting cargo worth approximately three percent of the worlds GNP (world GNP in 2005: USD 36,356,240,000,000).
  14. 14.  If all of Maersk Lines containers were stacked on top of each other, they would reach approximately 4,500 kilometres into the air. This is equivalent to the railway distance from Beijing to Shenzhen in China. A single 20-foot container can hold about 48,000 bananas. So, in theory, a PS-vessel such as the EMMA MAERSK can transport approximately 528 million bananas in a single voyage - enough to give every person in Europe or North America a banana for breakfast.
  15. 15. • PRESENTED BY:- KUMAR RAMA SHANKAR

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