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Warehousing Industry in India
2013-2017

TOC

Executive Summary

Industry Structure

Market Overview

Drivers & Inhibitors

Government Initiatives

Industry Trends

Industry Attractiveness

Competitive Environment

Appendix

Preface to the Report
Who is the reader?   Participants or stakeholders in the warehousing industry Analysts, industry experts or any person looking for an in-depth understanding of the warehousing industry

Purpose of the report  The report gives insights on how the warehousing industry is expected to grow in the coming years till 2017. It provides intelligent and actionable insights on the drivers and challenges for the industry, the proposed government and policy initiatives, their subsequent impact on the industry, and key segmentation i.e. by end-users and by geography. 

Another important aspect of the report is the profiles of the top industry players in warehousing in India

Scope of the report   This report looks at the current scenario for the warehousing industry in India Ad-hoc godowns or spaces used by individuals and entities, on a standalone basis, cold chain storage and value added services do not constitute a part of this report

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Executive Summary

Industry Structure

Market Overview

Drivers & Inhibitors

Government Initiatives

Industry Trends

Industry Analysis

Competitive Environment

Annexure & Appendix

Table of contents
Executive Summary 1 Industry Structure Industry Definition Industry Evolution Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 11 Slide 12

Industry Process
2 Market Overview Size & Growth Market segmentation: - by Ownership - by Organized v/s Unorganized - by End-user - by Geography 3 Drivers & Inhibitors Driver 1: Investment in Infrastructure Driver 2: Shift to GST regime for taxation Driver 3: Growth in Retail and Trade Inhibitor 1: Logistical Challenges Inhibitor 2: Rising real estate cost Inhibitor 3: Lack of skilled manpower & technological up-gradation 4 Government Initiatives & Policies Impact Assessment of Government Policies

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Executive Summary

Industry Structure

Market Overview

Drivers & Inhibitors

Government Initiatives

Industry Trends

Industry Analysis

Competitive Environment

Annexure & Appendix

Table of contents
5 6 7 Industry Trends Industry Attractiveness Competitive Environment Competitor Benchmarking Complete Profiles: - Transport Corporation of India - Adani Agri Logistics - Central Warehousing Corporation - Food Corporation of India - Blue Dart Express Limited 8 8.1 8.2 8.3 Appendix Research methodology Bibliography Abbreviations Slide 38 Slide 40 Slide 42 Slide 44 Slide 46 Slide 48 Slide 49 Slide 50 Slide 51 Slide 31 Slide 33 Slide 36 Slide 37

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TOC

Executive Summary

Industry Structure

Market Overview

Drivers & Inhibitors

Government Initiatives

Industry Trends

Industry Attractiveness

Competitive Environment

Appendix

List of Charts and Tables
Chart 1 Chart 2 Chart 3 Chart 4 Chart 5 Chart 6 Chart 7 Warehousing as part of Logistics sector Evolution of Warehousing Industry Process in Warehousing Share of warehousing in logistics in 2013 – India (in INR bn, %) Estimated growth in warehousing till 2017 (in INR bn) Share of warehousing by sector - 2013 (in million tonnes) Share between organized and unorganized – 2013 (in million tonnes) Share between industrial and agricultural in organized warehousing in 2013 (in million tonnes) Warehousing space in industrial warehousing – 2013 (in million tonnes) Warehousing space in industrial warehousing – 2015 (in million tonnes) Market size for warehousing by geography – by value Growth in organized retail market Porters’ 5 Forces Analysis Overall Revenues (in INR mn) for Transport Corporation of India Geographical break up of revenues (INR mn) Overall Revenues (in INR mn) for Adani Agri Logistics Revenues (in INR Mn) for Adani Agri Logistics Slide 41 Slide 10 Slide 12 Slide 13 Slide 15 Slide 15 Slide 16 Slide 17 Slide 18 Slide 19 Slide 19 Slide 20 Slide 25 Slide 34 Slide 39

List of Charts & Tables

Chart 8 Chart 9 Chart 10 Chart 11 Chart 12 Chart 13 Chart 14.1 Chart 14.2 Chart 15.1 Chart 15.2

Chart 16.1
Chart 16.2 Chart 17.1 Chart 17.2 Chart 18.1 Chart 18.2

Overall Revenues(in INR mn) for Central Warehousing Corporation
Revenues (in INR mn) for Central Warehousing Corporation Overall Revenues(in INR mn) for Food Corporation of India Revenues (in INR mn) for Food Corporation of India Overall Revenues(in INR mn) for Blue Dart Express Limited Revenues (in INR mn) for Blue Dart Express Limited

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TOC

Executive Summary

Industry Structure

Market Overview

Drivers & Inhibitors

Government Initiatives

Industry Trends

Industry Attractiveness

Competitive Environment

Appendix

List of Charts and Tables
Table 1 Table 2 Table 3 Table 4 Table 5 Government initiatives for investment in infrastructure Percentage increase in real estate costs at international trade hubs Skill levels prevailing in the warehousing sector Impact Assessment of Government Initiatives Industry Attractiveness Competitor Benchmarking in warehousing in India Financial indicators of Transport Corporation of India Financial indicators of Adani Agri Logistics Financial indicators of Central Warehousing Corporation Slide 20 Slide 27 Slide 28 Slide 30 Slide 35 Slide 37 Slide 39 Slide 41 Slide 43

List of Charts & Tables

Table 6 Table 7 Table 8 Table 9

Table 10
Table 11

Financial indicators of Food Corporation of India
Financial indicators of Blue Dart Express Limited

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Executive Summary

Industry Structure

Market Overview

Drivers & Inhibitors

Government Initiatives

Industry Trends

Industry Attractiveness

Competitive Environment

Appendix

Executive Summary
 The warehousing industry in India is currently valued at INR xxx bn (FY 2013) and has been growing at ~15% for the last 3 years Market Size And Growth  The industry is expected to grow at 18% till 2017, mainly due to initiatives by the Indian government in the sector  ValueNotes estimates that the warehousing industry in India will reach ~INR xxx bn by 2017

Executive Summary

Drivers and Challenges

 Government investment in infrastructure and the adoption of Public Private Partnerships (PPP) model are expected to be the main drivers for growth in the industry  Rising real estate costs are likely to be the primary dampener for growth

 The unorganized sector will continue to dominate, accounting for around 90% of the industry by 2015 Industry Scenario  Of the organized sector, the industrial segment will constitute a higher share of warehousing demand, viz. engineering goods, pharmaceutical and electronics sectors

 Various policy changes are expected to impact the warehousing sector in India Policy Changes  Introduction of the Goods and Service Tax  National Policy on Handling, Storage and Transportation  Increasing Public-Private Partnerships

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Appendix

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Executive Summary

Industry Structure

Market Overview

Drivers & Inhibitors

Government Initiatives

Industry Trends

Industry Analysis

Competitive Environment

Annexure & Appendix

About ValueNotes

ValueNotes is a full-service market and business research firm. Since 2000, we have helped customers, in India and around the globe, make better business decisions by providing actionable intelligence. Our customized research solutions, by way of projects and continuing engagements, have helped serve specific business needs - market entry strategy, choice of location, partner selection, competitive intelligence, investment appraisal, due diligence, and customer need analysis.
Over the years, ValueNotes has developed considerable domain knowledge in a variety of sectors and industries. More important, we understand how to develop and deploy appropriate research methodologies best suited for diverse markets. We've developed proprietary research methods to deal with unorganized, information-scarce markets; and analytical techniques to triangulate, validate and correlate incomplete or unrelated information Research Methodology Applied ValueNotes carries out industry studies designed around optimal use of secondary (desk) research techniques to gain maximum intelligence with specific insights and information. The steps carried out for “Warehousing Industry in India” are as follows:  Secondary research: Intensive secondary research sources include, but are not limited to, • Print and online business publications • Analyst reports • Press releases 

Research Methodology

Government Websites & Publications

Industry Reports/ Trade Publications

Industry Intelligence

• Trade publications Industry intelligence and market analysis: Triangulation method is adopted to validate data points from the supply side, demand side, industry reports and trade publications News releases and publications include: • Infrastructure Today • FnB News • LogisticsWeek

Warehousing Industry in India

Press Releases & Publications by Industry Players

Industry Associations Publications & News Releases

The list of publications is not exhaustive
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Industry Structure

Market Overview

Drivers & Inhibitors

Government Initiatives

Industry Trends

Industry Attractiveness

Competitive Environment

Appendix

Appendix |Bibliography
    Report of Working Group on Warehousing Development And Regulation for the Twelfth Plan Period (2012-17) Report on Transportation, Logistics, Warehousing and Packaging, National Skill Development Council Reports and Publications by the WDRA (Warehouse Development and Regulatory Authority) Building Warehousing Competitiveness- in India, PWC Intermodal and Multimodal Logistics, Deloitte Economic Survey of India (for the financial years of 2011, 2012 and 2013) Logistics in India, KPMG Annual Reports of the top Industry Players IBEF – Logistics Industry in India State Of Industry: Warehousing In India, Miebach Consulting

Sources/Bibliography

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Executive Summary

Industry Structure

Market Overview

Drivers & Inhibitors

Government Initiatives

Industry Trends

Industry Attractiveness

Competitive Environment

Appendix

Appendix | Abbreviations
3PL BOO BSE CFS Third Party Logistics Build Own Operate basis Bombay Stock Exchange Container Freight Stations Central Warehousing Corporation Calendar year (with reference to Financials/ Market Value) Dedicated Freight Corridor psm Food Corporation of India Foreign Direct Investment Free Trade Warehouse Zone financial year (with reference to Financials/ Market Value) Gross Domestic Product Goods and Services Tax Inland Container Depot tn USD WMS WDRA Million square feet Trillion US Dollar Warehouse Management Systems Warehousing Development and Regulatory Authority RIDF SEZ SWC NSDC NSE PPP National Skill Development Council National Stock Exchange Public Private Partnership MSP MT

Minimum Support Price Million tonnes

CWC
CY

Abbreviations

DFC FCI FDI FTWZ FY GDP GST ICD INR mn mn sq. ft

Per square meter
Rural Infrastructure Development Fund Special Economic Zones State Warehousing Corporations

Indian Rupee
Million

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As a research analyst with ValueNotes, Namita has worked on a variety of projects such as in-depth people profiles, company due diligence studies, and market sizing projects. She has mainly been involved in formulating India-entry strategies for companies especially in the lighting industry. Namita has a Masters in Economics from the University of Pune, graduating in the top-5 in her class. She has also done a Post Graduate Diploma course in International Economics.

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