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Latest market research report titled Warehousing Market in India 2014 states that the demand for good quality state-of-the-art warehouses will be a major requirement in the country given the growing logistic industry. The evolution from storage go-downs to multipurpose logistic centers is highly desired as warehouses form a crucial supply chain element holding the key to both customer satisfaction and cost reduction. Warehouses today serve not only as a stocking point, their utility portfolio has diversified to being consolidation centers for multiple sourcing locations, providing cross docking facilities to retail distributors, sorting center for customer deliveries, and an assembly facility for final packaging and bundling. Currently, the organized sector has a minor market share, however it claims major portion of the revenue. The warehouse market is subjected to stringent regulations and policies regarding licensing, performance, and accountability.The current fragmented state of the sector coupled with growth in the overall economy provides tremendous potential for the warehousing sector to flourish. A surge of government initiatives in the form of Warehousing Regulation & Development Act (WRDA) of 2007 ensures to eliminate pseudo warehousing companies and Goods and Services Tax (GST) that aims at standardizing tax rates across the nation, policies promoting Free Trade Warehousing Zones (FTWZs) will encourage the addition of a significant level of modern warehousing capacity in the country. Further, significant investment in infrastructure for improvement of cargo transport modes, ICD/CFS and 100% FDI in logistics has provided a tremendous boost to the warehousing market. Emergence of third party logistics service, PE activity in warehousing market, adoption of WMS is some recent emerging trends in the warehousing market.
Slide 1: Executive SummaryMacroeconomic IndicatorsSlide 2: GDP at Factor Cost: Quarterly (2011-12 2014-15), Inflation Rate: Monthly (Jul 2013 Dec 2013)Slide 3: Gross Fiscal Deficit: Monthly (Feb 2013 Jul 2013), Exchange Rate: Half Yearly (Apr 2014 Sep 2014)Slide 4: Lending Rate: Annual (2011-12 2014-15), Trade Balance: Annual (2010-11 2013-14), FDI: Annual (2009-10 2012-13)IntroductionSlide 8-10: Evolution of Warehousing in India, Warehousing Value Chain, Core and Value Added Services of WarehousesLogistics Market OverviewSlide 12-14: Asia Pacific Market Overview, Logistics Market Overview India, Logistics Performance Indicator (2010 2014), Logistic Market Size & Growth (2013 2018e)Warehouse MarketSlide 16-27: Warehousing Market in India Structure and Share, Projected Growth in Warehousing Space Demand (2013 2019e), Warehousing Market Size & Growth (2013 2018e), Market Segmentation Application Based (2013), Industrial Warehousing (IW) Market (2013 2018e), Agricultural Warehousing (AW) Market (2013 2018e), Temperature Controlled Warehousing (2009 2017e), Container Handling and Storage (2010 2015e), Liquid Storage, Warehousing attractiveness comparative analysis, Air Cargo Output through All Indian Airports (2005-06 2012-13), Marine Traffic Growth and Opportunities, Current State of Market, State of Infrastructure and Resources, Scope Of InvestmentWarehouse ClassificationSlide 29-31: Classification of warehouses based on ownership and usage, Classification of warehouses as per target customersBusiness ModelsSlide 33-34: Own purchase and Lease Models of Ownership, Challenges that Act as Major Influencers for Owned WarehousesEstablishment CriteriaSlide 36-42: Key parameters for building warehouses, Key Buying Criteria, Critical Success Factors, Warehouse locations influencers, Major warehouse hubs in India, Warehousing attractiveness Indian citiesDrivers & ChallengesSlide 44: Drivers and Challenges SummarySlide 45-54: DriversSlide 55-66: ChallengesGovernment InitiativeSlide 68: Key Initiatives SummarySlide 69-80 Initiatives by the Department of Food and Public Distribution, Shift to GST Tax Regime, Warehousing Act, Private Investment in Logistics Parks and FTWZs, Infrastructure Developments, Development of the Dedicated Freight CorridorSlide 81-89: Government Warehousing Agencies, Storage Capacity Share (2011-12), Total Storage Capacity Available with FCI (2014), Storage Capacity at Central Warehouses (2011), Way Forward Union BudgetWarehousing Opportunities in IndiaSlide 91-100: Opportunities from Industry Segments, Growth in Major Warehousing Sectors, Major Demand Generators for Warehousing City Wise Mapping, Government Initiatives for Construction of Warehouses in Rural Areas, State-wise Capacity Status Report of PEG Scheme (2014)TrendsSlide 102: Key Trends SummarySlide 103-110: Consolidation in the Warehousing Market, Changing Tax Policy and Outsourcing of Warehousing to 3PLs, State of Automation in the Warehousing Industry, PE Activity in Warehousing Market, Adoption of New TechnologiesCompetitive LandscapeSlide 112: Porters Five Forces AnalysisSlide 113-117: Competitive BenchmarkingSlide 118-147: Major Public PlayersSlide 148-165: Major Private PlayersStrategic RecommendationSlide 167-173: Opportunities for Warehousing in Haryana, Recommendations on Technology Adoption for Players, Recommendations for SMEs, Improving Order Picking EfficiencyAppendixSlide 175: Key Ratios DescriptionSlide 176: Sources of Information