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New logistics, air cargo policy soon: Indian minister

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New logistics, air cargo policy soon: Indian minister
A new integrated logistics and air cargo policy would be announced ‘very soon’ in which every minute detail pertaining to logistics and cargo would be addressed keeping in view the interests of all stakeholders, Indian minister of commerce and industry Suresh Prabhu recently said Inaugurating the 4th PHD Air Cargo Summit-2018 in New Delhi.

The minister, however, did not mention a timeframe for the policy declaration. The summit was organised by the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Solutions to critical issues related to agriculture and manufacturing output and their supplies, including exports, would be sufficiently explored, Prabhu said.

A specific department of logistics has been created under the commerce department to finalize the nitty-gritties of logistics dimensions and cargo movement, he said.

Prabhu also sought suggestion from the chamber on the proposed policy, according to a press release from the chamber. (DS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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