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Logistics Management Practices and Developments in India Post COVID-19


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1 Assistant Professor, HKBK College of Engineering, India
 

India’s supply chains will go through huge transformations in the next few years as the impact of COVID 19 continues to challenge our demand and supply frameworks. With widespread disruptions, supply chains are either broken or severely affected. As ongoing supply side issues start getting addressed, we will see demand contraction in several industry segments creating further disorder. Organizations would need to adapt to this new reality and consider some of the following thoughts to build supply chain resilience. Every entity engaged in running supply chains would need to go through severe compliances as worker, product, transport and facility sanitization protocols would have to be in place. This would not only increase efficency but also cost containment.

Keywords

Logistics, Warehouse, Transport Infrastructure.
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Supriya A. R.
Assistant Professor, HKBK College of Engineering, India

Abstract


India’s supply chains will go through huge transformations in the next few years as the impact of COVID 19 continues to challenge our demand and supply frameworks. With widespread disruptions, supply chains are either broken or severely affected. As ongoing supply side issues start getting addressed, we will see demand contraction in several industry segments creating further disorder. Organizations would need to adapt to this new reality and consider some of the following thoughts to build supply chain resilience. Every entity engaged in running supply chains would need to go through severe compliances as worker, product, transport and facility sanitization protocols would have to be in place. This would not only increase efficency but also cost containment.

Keywords


Logistics, Warehouse, Transport Infrastructure.

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