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Latest market research report titled Container Logistics (CFS & ICD) Market in India 2015 highlights the overall scenario of the container logistics market in India. Growth of Indian container traffic has led to the demand for transit facilities such as CFS and ICD, which offer services for containerization of break bulk cargo and also handles custom activities. CFS and ICD facilities are an integral component of the logistics sector infrastructure. India, being at the brim of experiencing heightened trade with emerging countries makes this market attractive segment that constitutes a growing asset in the EXIM supply chain. The market is set to expand predominantly owing to the growth in containerized cargo, improvement in custom clearance activities, higher margins in comparison to other logistics activities, and construction of dedicated freight corridor. Government initiatives in the form of allowance of 100% FDI in logistics sector, development of the port sector via Maritime Agenda-Vision 2020, investments in shipbuilding along with policies to invite private sector to build logistics parks and Free Trade Warehouse Zones (FTWZ) have provided the much needed impetus to the container logistics market in terms of space, planned assets and low cost superior services.Poor infrastructure facility and high costs associated with setting up of CFS and ICD facilities are the basic challenges faced by the industry. However, continuous investments in major ports towards capacity creation and improving container handling efficiency have well added to the advantage of the market. Further analyzing the environmental perspective, container ships are the cleanest modes of transport for bulk cargo. Thus promotion of coastal shipping is a much desired trend. Focus on investment strategy and improving efficiency of container ports are the key strategies to expect a sustainable growth trajectory in the overall container logistics sector.
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 8-12: Logistics Market Overview India, Logistics Performance Indicator (2010 2014), Logistic Market Size & Growth (2013 2018e), Logistics Sector Segmentation based on Service Areas, Container Traffic Scenario in India, Containerization Levels India vs. Global (2012-13), Container Logistics Segments, EXIM Services Value Chain and Container Logistics Market Supply ChainMarket OverviewSlide 14-32: Asia Container Logistics Market Overview India, CFS and ICD Market Size & Growth - volume wise (2013 2018e), CFS and ICD Revenue based Segmentation (2012-13), Variation of Container Traffic for Major Ports (2012-13 to 2013-14), Inland Container Clusters Indian Cities, Critical Success Factors for CFSs and ICDs, Exim Container Supply Chain in India Growth Opportunity, Estimated Investment Future Scenario, Containerization Penetration in India (2009 2013), Vessel Traffic, Major Ports (2012-13), Strategic Insights, ICDs in India, Market Segments - Snapshot, Operations and Centre of Activities of CFSs and ICDsDevelopment of the Port SectorSlide 34-37: Ocean Shipping and Operational Modes, Growing Demand for Container Transport, Share of Container Traffic in Total Trade (2013-14), Sea Freight Market Size and Growth (2005 2014), Maritime Agenda: Vision 2020, Capacity Creation-Maritime Agenda (2009-10 2019-20)Prerequisite and RegulationsSlide 39-45: Approval Procedure of CFS & ICD and its Implementation, Archaic Legislation, Procedures for Import and Export through ICDs, Export and Import Cycle w.r.t. ICDs and CFSsGovernment InitiativesSlide 47-62: FDI Regime Sectors Pertaining to the Transport and Logistics Industry, FDI Equity Inflows over the Years (2008-09 2012-13), FDI in Logistics Sector (2009-10 2012-13), FDI in Transport and Infrastructure (2013, Jan Sep ), Sources of Income for the Port Sector (2007-12 2012-17e), Capacity Expansion and Investment Opportunities along East Coast Ports, Investment Scenario (2010 2020), Shipbuilding Subsidy and Investments, Private Investment in Logistics Parks and FTWZs, Container Terminal Privatization, Planned Investment on Projects JN Port (2010 2020), Investment Scenario at Major Ports, Routes of Foreign Investment in India, Pros and Cons for Foreign Investors in Storage Based Segment such as CFSs & ICDsDrivers & ChallengesSlide 64: Drivers & Challenges SummarySlide 65-74: DriversSlide 75-80: ChallengesKey IssuesSlide 82: Technical Inefficiency, Production Scale Inefficiency, Size of Ports and Regional PatternsTrendsSlide 84-87: Modes of Transport Comparative Analysis, Comparisons of CO2 Emissions across Transport Modes, Emission Levels across Vehicles, Improvement Needs at Dry PortsCompetitive LandscapeSlide 89: Container Rail Players with CFS - SummarySlide 90: Porters Five Forces AnalysisSlide 91-95: Competitive BenchmarkingSlide 96-120: Major Public PlayersSlide 121-145: Major Private PlayersDirect Investment Scenario (Public Companies)Slide 147: Direct Investments Scenario SummarySlide 148-151: Total Investments Sector-wise, Sector Specific Investments Geography-wise, Sector Specific Investments Segment-wise, Investment Snapshot (except Sanco Trans Ltd.)Slide 152-153: Disclosed Suppliers and Strategic Alliances within the Last Two YearsStrategic RecommendationSlide 155-157: Investment Recommendation for Investors, Recommendations for Foreign Investors While Entry, Improving Efficiency of Container PortsAppendixSlide 159: Key Ratios DescriptionSlide 160: Sources of Information