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The DRS Group is a 3000 Million Rupee diversified company that has
transportation at its heart. With over two decades in the business,
constantly pushing the barriers and setting benchmarks, the group is
recipient of numerous awards and accolades for its path-breaking
innovations and practices.
Agarwal Packers and Movers is the excellent name among packers and
movers service providers of India. Agarwal packers and movers
conducts more than 40,000 relocations every year, transferring
corporate and government employees and moving individual
customers. The company operates in more than 100 self owned
branches across India and an extensive network of franchisees and
other service providers across pan India.

In DRS Dilip Roadlines we believe in the principle that three things

make a nation prosper, fertile soil, industry and the ease of moving
people and goods. It is this belief that has helped a great deal in the
success story of our Group. We have today a Rupee 3000 million
company and have the required logistics solutions to handle any type of
surface cargo both commercial and household.
DRS Warehousing, a single window for all your logistics needs. With our
vast network throughout India, we provide our customers Warehousing
Storage Services, etc. DRS Warehousing understands that clients have
specific needs as regards their storage and warehousing. At DRS
Warehousing South Pvt. Ltd. , we therefore spend considerable time
discussing with our clients individually to understand their specific
requirements and developing customized solutions .

MDN Edify Education Pvt. Ltd., an initiative of DRS Group caters to all segments of
pre-primary, primary, secondary and higher secondary education. While maintaining
the highest standards and quality of education, DRS Group offers a wide choice of
schools, to suit every requirement in these segments through our pre-schools Edify
Kids, our high-end premier schools Edify School, our low-investment mid-budget MDN
Future School and our DRS International School with national and international

DRS ECO Express Offers premium express services at conventional cost. Scheduled
deliveries are the reality with us at a conventional cost with adoption of smart price
policy ,it is not charging the customer for the service he does not really need. But our
customers enjoy 100 %movement of their consignments in closed containers of water
proof for complete protection and safety. Our Track and Trace system will constantly
monitor the parcel movement round the clock with 24*7 hub operations, our single
window service guarantees quicker response to customer queries which will ensure to
reach their parcel just in time and more importantly intact.0
Management Profile

Shri Dayanand Agarwal Ji is the founder of DRS Group.

His ambitions and vision has made the DRS Group a brand name in the logistics
The CMD is of the view that leaders are not made or born. Leadership is a
choice, a belief and commitment to everything that is good and noble within

A man of boundless energy and dynamism, with a taste for challenging

assignments, Mr. A. K. Agarwal is a Management graduate and has a penchant
for attending many management and personality development programs to
update himself on the latest knowledge domains. A.K Agarwal as he is known for
contemporary ideas blending superbly with conventional wisdom. His suggestion
to the staff always been ---- The highest reward for a person's toil is not what
they get for it, but they become by it.

Mr.Sanjay Agarwal is a quick thinker with an amazing reflex. He is the chief

architect for introducing many innovate strategies in Accounting and recovery
system on an all India basis for successfully generating receivables on. He is a
master in cash flow management and recovery. For Sanjay credit control is child's
play as he has undergone advanced education on cost control and accounting
systems which he has implemented at DRS.
Core Management
H.P. SINGH , Senior Director (Marketing) North
He is working with APM has senior director for marketing for all India and regional head for
northern region. He is post graduate in Marketing Management and having 25 years of experience in
Hard core logistics marketing.
SHAMANTHA ,Director (Finance) is one of the most important pillar of apm. she is the oldest
employee of the company and is with APM since inception of the company. she is working in the
capacity of director-finance and care of all the daily financial transactions of the company.

Jithender Singh,Director (operations) is one of the oldest employee of the company and working
with us since inception. he has ground knowledge of all the operation from packing to loading to

VBK RAO , Sr. V P (Eco Ex) having 35 years of experiences in Logistics field in various cross functional
areas .Expert in parcel operations Air cargo , Rail cargo and document courier and supply chain
Management. Have completed certificate courses from IIM Ahmadabad and IIT Delhi. Participated
in International supply chain conference in USA, Thailand and SAARC countries.

RAMAN KISHORE General Manager (I T) He is an (electronics )mdse, MBA in IT and responsible for
companies internal website , financial & accounting package. he has vast experience in it sector and
one of the most important part of APM.

C. SRIDHARAN, AGM (Accounts) An ex banker , having put in around 35 years service in a

nationalized bank in different capacities. Also worked as CEO of Co operative bank for about 2 years.
Working in DRS group.
N.V. SUDHAKAR DGM,(Finance ) is a MBA (finance). He has worked in medium scale industries over
28 years holding independent charge of finance / Accounts / Statutory Matters. He is working as
Deputy General Manager.
Industry at a Glance

In the Indian context, the logistics industry is growing on account of strong

fundamentals and consistent demand. With rising investments. evolving regulatory
policies and infrastructure projects coming through, logistics & supply- chain
industry is poised for growth.

Growth in emerging sectors such as e-commerce, retail, healthcare. chemicals and

pharmaceuticals among others has also acted as a catalyst for the logistics sector.
Despite the generally positive economic outlook, estimates indicate that the
country's inefficient supply chain results in approximately $65Bn of losses per year.

Source: Cll and Amarthi Consulting titled 'Global competitiveness of retail supply
chain-Challenges, Strategies and Recommendations) There is a need to fast track
the pace of development. The sector faces several challenges due to poor
conditions of storage infrastructure, inefficiencies in transportation, poor roads. a
complex tax structure and a low raw of technology adoption. The modes are over
stretched and capacity expansion and modernization is the need of the hou our
core strategy of customer delight and innovation.
Demographic changes in industrial scenario

Demographic changes from metros and mini metros to small cities like Ludhiana
baddy, Jammu, Dehradun, Rudrapur, Rajkot, Jamnagar, Ankelshwar, Vapi,
Aurangabad, Kolhapur, vizag, hosur, Pondicherry, Gangtok, Sriperambudur.

Large players activity decentralization

Large players like reliance retail big bazaar, hyper city, wall mart pantaloon, RPG,D
Mart, Metro and others.

Revolution in consumer durables

Samsung, Nokia, Micromax, Sony, lenova,LG,XOLO,Lava,Black Berry, Apple etc.,

All the above factor affects to increasing leads for sophisticated logistics and
relocation need in a refined and cost effective matters.
Trends and determination of logistics growth

Implementation of GST

GST will allow manufactures to see India as one large geographical expanse on which
to store and distribute with no state boundaries .This will , in turn , allow them to
aggregate every 4-6 small state level warehouse into one large, regional warehouse
and increasingly use the hub and spoke distribution model that offers proven cost
and operational efficiencies in geographically large markets, on the other hand, it
will incentivize logistics companies and 3pl service providers to invest in scale,
service focus and technology and align their service offering to the widely changing
supply chains of their customers. Logistics parks are also likely to gain importance
with growth in freight volumes, traffic and a renewed focus on consolidation.

All the above factors leads to innovative redesigning of the logistics system
deployment of integrated business modules to enhance the effectiveness of
network in order to deliver value to customers.
High deviation in the usage of IT in supply chain sector demanding more
investments in delivering own ERP packages. Which requires high cost for purchase
and implementations.
Business Strategy

With impending change to move towards national and uniform goods and service tax
(GST) from the current state level value added tax (VAT), there would be increased
demand for hub and spoke movements, large scale warehousing and specialized
logistics services. Implementation of GST infrastructures investment and increased
logistics outsourcing will bring in a positive impact in the logistics sector. For the coming
year, w see value added and niche segments offering the better avenues for growth.

* identifying and responding to customer needs with customized products:

* Incubating new business segments
* Providing end-to-end solutions where value added services can be bundled:
* everaging Technology
Doing more of what you do and doing it better is a key driver of business success. Going
forward, we intend to keep building on.

Trends and determination o f logistics growth

The coming year will see a new era for industry collaboration, which will become an
important factor for future success

-Emerging consumption trends

-Logistics outsourcing
-Infrastructure growth
-Implementation of GST

• India with 29 states and 7union territories with new government Make in India
policy under prime minister Shri Narendra Modi aiming for 7 to 8 percent growth on
GDP seems to be the golden era for Indian economy.

• Packing and moving segment

• We are planning to expand existing 1000 million business to 2500

millions with in span of 4-5 years.
• Planning to enter in a big way in International market where packing
and moving is expanding in European and western Asia and southeast
Asian countries.
• Scope of packing and shifting in domestic market is also to be
increase with the Indian government policy of developing 100 smart
cities and the emerging economy trends in FMCG and Retail stores
leading to growth in small cities shall have impact on demographic
movement of population from one place to another for professional
needs, leads to our packing and moving segment booming growth.
• to catch the ever growing demand we require latest systems in both
hardware and software in IT which requires heavy investment.
Dilip road lines
To planning to add 400 – 500 trucks in this segment as Heavy truck demand is
driven by growth in the agriculture, manufacturing, construction, and retail sectors
India has become the prime destination for logistics service providers all over the

The demand for logistics services in India has been largely driven by the
remarkable growth of the economy. The growth is being projected at 9-10 per cent
in next few years, with the CAGR (compounded annual growth rate) expected to
grow at a rate of 7-8 per cent.

• Refrigerated/reefer trucks market in India is expected to grow at a CAGR rate of

85.30% in the next 5 years in terms of number of trucks.
• Refrigerated transportation market which is largest contributor to cold storage
market in India is expected to grow at a CAGR rate of 17% in the next 5 years

In this Segment we planning to develop 2million SFT area in all important high
way meeting points to cater the needs of industry due to implementation of
GST in coming years.
To install state of the art handling equipment with multi level racking system
with automatic conveyors for fast movement of material which help fast
loading and unloading of vehicles and storing of materials .
We are planning to develop a cold storage warehouses to catch-up the needs
of Indian cold storage market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16.09% by 2020
driven by the growth in the organized retail, Indian fast food market, food
processing industry and e-commerce sectors.
• Cold storage market in India is expected to be worth US$ 8.57 billion by
economy express
Newly Introduced In India country of continental size where resources
and markets are dispersed across long distances, the provision of efficient,
low cost, reliable and safe transport infrastructure and services assumes
additional significant
The Indian parcel Industry is valued at Rs. 10,000 crores and is growing at
around 25% annually.
We offer premium express service at conventional cost and expected to
achieve 1000 millions within 3 years
We are planning to add 100 branches in each year and to be in every nook
and corner of the country in upcoming years.
Freight Forwarding
• To acquire Freight Forwarding company which is presence in 15 countries
as Market in India is expected to witness considerable growth in freight
forwarding market provided freight companies diversify their business to
other logistic segments. The Indian freight market is rapidly being aided by
improved warehousing infrastructure and growth in containerized cargo,
which necessitates a robust freight network. Amongst the segments, air
and sea freight together contribute maximum to the market in terms of
value, however volume-wise they carry the minimum freight.
To achieve 10000 million by 2020 and to be the Number one packing
and moving segment.
To achieve top position in economy express segment.
To acquire freight forwarding company having presence in15 countries .
To be the number one fully owned company vehicle transport
Our vision is very big needs your support and best wishes .
Thank you