Air Logistics

• “Air cargo’s development is being driven by these emerging regions, where population migration and middle class growth creates the demand for food and other perishables,” Airbus Senior Vice President Christopher Emerson. • China and India are in the vanguard of a wave of urban expansion that is restoring the global prominence that Asia enjoyed before the European and North American industrial revolution. By 2025, nearly 2.5 billion Asians will live in cities, accounting for almost 54 percent of the world’s urban population. 2010 McKisney Urbanization

• Project Title:Study of Air Logistics. . Hungary. and development of European markets viz. -To identify different market segments and opportunities for growth in Air and Cold logistics. -To evaluate major trends. including cold supply chain management in European and Indian markets. • Objective: -To study the air logistics its pre and post operations . France. and Germany.

Conglomeration of Air and Cold Chain Logistics .


European services .

Day-definite Air Freight Fast and Flexible Door-To-Door Freight Solution Multimodal Fright Transport Heavy Goods Air fright Life Sciences Air Freight Perishable Goods Logistics .Air Logistics services         Urgent Air Freight Economical Air Freight Flexible.

Process Cargo issued from customer Documentation and custom clearance Entry of schedule in system of cargo transportation Cargo uploaded and transported Entry of slot in system Cargo pack according to slot and space allocated Received on mentioned Air port and Enter the Entry in system Check and deliver .

Challenges  Cost Effectiveness  Market Slowdown  Developing and managing Global Footprints  Air Lines expectations  World wide Total Cargo Management  Slot utilization on busy Air ports  Carbon emission .


Investments planned on Airports Rs. 70 60 50 40 Mumbai Delhi Cal &Chenni 30 20 10 0 Hydrabad Bangaloru Other 2008: DEssence study logistics . Bn.

Kaannur. Bangalore. no. Jammu. Kolkata Ranchi. Type of infrastructure Locations Complete Air Cargo Center 2. Green field projects . Greater Noida. Air Cargo Center Delhi.Prospective Areas Sr. Bonded Warehousing 3. Mumbai Bangalore. Hyderabad. 1. Varanasi Goa. Navi Mumbai. 4. Madurai. Pune.

Ownership pattern 2009: Deloitte India logistics infrastructure .

perishables are produced in a year of which only 25 mt cold storage facility is available India. .Cold Chain • In India About 200 million tonnes of of Fruits &Vegetables . • Due to this lack In Cold Storage Facility about 30 % of the Products get Wasted.

Insurelifeindia.The Golden Quadrilateral Link with all road . Cold chain will benefit the maximum as cold chain stations will be strategically established in places. airport. railways provides quick transfer of goods and . ports.

Ready to eat Products. Poultry/Marine Seafood/Meat. Chemicals.Cold Chain Products/Segments • • • • • • Fruits & Vegetables. Chocolates and other Dairy products. Life Sciences/ Pharmaceuticals. .

produces 6. with total production of 63.89 million tones of vegetables • It is the largest producer of milk with 105 million MT per year.5 million tones of meat and poultry and 6. growing at 20-25 per cent and is expected to touch Rs 40. .000 crore by 2015. • The perishable products transaction volume in India is estimated to be around 230 million MT.000 crore.1 million tones of fish. • India is the largest producer of fruits and the second largest producer of vegetables in the world.• The cold chain industry is estimated to be as large as Rs 10.000-15.5 million tones of fruits and 125.

com/about. 1100 crores (USD 250 million). thereby leaving only about a fleet of 5000 refrigerated transport vehicles for all other categories put together. • It is estimated that about 25000 vehicles are involved in perishable products transportation of which dairy (wet milk) constitute about 80%.• As per industry estimates approximately 104 million MT of perishable produce is moved in the country in a year.html . Source:http://indiacoldchainexpo. • The value of reefer transportation business in India (both organized & unorganized segment put together) is estimated at about Rs. out of which around 100 million MT goes through non – reefer mode and remaining four million MT goes through reefer transport. • Most cold storage and refrigerated transport capacity is operated by small. non integrated firms that do not make use of state – of – the – art technology or management practices.

High capital investment High operational costs due to high cost of power. Problems of optimization in reefer transport . Lack of trust on viability of Cold Chain projects. Lack of backward & forward linkages to supplement Cold Chain.Bottlenecks Lack of know how and trained manpower.

NCCD Activities are: Training and Capacity Building Research and Development Building standards through International benchmarking Interaction with National / International bodies for development of cold – chain infrastructure and trade in perishable .Government initiatives • All the relevant schemes pertaining to the Cold Chain Industry have been outlined and a separate compendium has been prepared containing all these schemes. • A Special Purpose Vehicle has been set up for the Cold Chain Logistics • Setting up of National Centre for Cold Chain Development (NCCD).

Features  Total Cargo Management  Efficient and experienced cargo operations teams  High standard of customer service with 24/7 duty managers  Up-to-date use of communication tools and the latest technology  Full working knowledge of special cargo requirements and regular training  Closely monitor handling and trucking .

biblography 2008: DEssence study logistics 2009: Deloitte India logistics infrastructure .airbus.

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