Presentation on theme: "A REVOLUTION IN INDIA’S LOGISTICS EVOLUTION FTWZs | Rail and Rail Infrastructure | Industrial and Distribution Hubs Forwarding | Supply Chain Technology."— Presentation transcript:
A REVOLUTION IN INDIA’S LOGISTICS EVOLUTION FTWZs | Rail and Rail Infrastructure | Industrial and Distribution Hubs Forwarding | Supply Chain Technology & Management | Transport & Handling
Country’s foreign exchange reserves are over US$ 300 billion India had been one of the 10 fastest - growing economies in the world in the last two decades India ranks 26 th as per WTO in terms of exporting world products, contributing just over 1.3% of globally consumed merchandise, but growing @ 22% India’s population is significantly younger and is growing at a faster pace & is expected to outpace China by 2030 Domestic consumption is the largest contributor to the GDP (58% as of FY’10 India ranks 17 th as per WTO in terms of importing world products, consuming just over 2% of globally produced merchandise, but growing @ 35% India has seen consistent GDP growth of over 7% in the last decade. Even in FY’10 its GDP grew by 7.4%.
LOGISTICS SPEND AS A % OF GDP INEFFICIENCIES IN LOGISTICS IN INDIA Absolute Value inefficiency & market potential of $80 Billion on $ 1.6 Trillion GDP owing to excess spending on Logistics India burns nearly $ 2.5 Billion of fuel due to trucks idling on interstate check-posts Avg time to clear cargo at ports in Singapore is 3-4 days vs 19 days at ports in India Absolute Value inefficiency & market potential of $80 Billion on $ 1.6 Trillion GDP owing to excess spending on Logistics India burns nearly $ 2.5 Billion of fuel due to trucks idling on interstate check-posts Avg time to clear cargo at ports in Singapore is 3-4 days vs 19 days at ports in India % OF CONTAINERIZATION OF TRADE SHARE OF ROAD VS RAIL TRANSPORT
3.73 World Bank ranks India 46 th in logistics efficiency World Bank ranks India 46 th in logistics efficiency Customs | Infrastructure | International Shipments | Logistics Competence Tracking and Tracing | Timeliness PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 2012 LOGISTICS PERFORMANCE INDEX (LPI) 3.08 3.52 3.78 3.93 4.03 4.12 4.13
Free Trade & Warehousing Zones (FTWZs) : To enable EXIM cargo Consolidation, Value Addition and allow India to become a Regional Trading Hub Industrial & Distribution Hubs: For Domestic distribution, cargo value addition and consolidation for Rail transportation to remove dependency on road Rail & Rail Infrastructure : Comprises innovative Customized Containers for specific product types, Service Level agreements on timeline and deliver with Key Performance Indicators State-Of-The-Art Rail Terminals, at strategic locations across India with modern equipment to increase speed of loading/unloading and churn Unified Logistics & Supply Chain Infrastructure with Supply Chain Technology & Management, Transport & Handling and Forwarding : Global ocean & air logistics, domestic forward and reverse supply chain management with ownership on reduction of working capital and product visibility & control, through technology
By 2030 India is poised to overtake Japan, to be world's 3rd largest economy By 2025 India will have a middle class population of 583 million and will become worlds fifth largest consumer market India currently carries approximately 3 billion MT of cargo; which is expected to grow to approximately 6 billion MT by 2020 (@ CAGR of 7%) By 2020, India is projected to have an additional 47 million workers, almost equal to the total world shortfall with an average Indian age of 29. Comparative average population age of other geographies at that time will be China (37), US & Western Europe (45) and Japan (48)
Click to edit Master title style ARSHIYA INTERNATIONAL LTD. FTWZs with integrated ICD/CFS Rail and Rail Infrastructure Industrial and Distribution Hubs Supply Chain Technology & Management Capitalizing on India’s mammoth logistics opportunity through Unified Supply Chain Infrastructure & Solutions Capitalizing on India’s mammoth logistics opportunity through Unified Supply Chain Infrastructure & Solutions Partnering towards Transport & Handling Forwarding
Planned Pan-India, Complimenting the FTWZ Network INDUSTRIAL & DISTRIBUTION HUBS FTWZs Rail Connected, Planned Pan-India North West East South Central
10-year lineage, 150+ country freight forwarding network, servicing over 1,500 customers 5-year lineage in Supply & Demand Chain legacy servicing leading retail & other brands across India Proprietary IT – Arshiya Technology, that provides customized software solutions across the value chain Year 2011 Year 2012
Best Rail Operator of the Year 2011 Private Rail Operator of the Year 2011 Achievement Award for Best Project- Urban Infrastructure (2011) SAP ACE 2011 – SAP Implementation Award Leading Business Woman of the Year 2011 Private Container Rail Operator of the Year-Domestic Cargo 2011 2011 2012 Private Train Operator of the Year 2012 Institute of Public Enterprise (IPE) HR Leadership Awards 2012 2 nd Shine Awards 2012 CFO 100 Roll of Honour 2012 Best Managed Company in India 2012
Emerging Rail Operator of the Year 2010 Emerging Company & Visionary of the Year 2010 Employer of the Year 2009-2010 Logistics Company of the Year 2009 ELSC Face of the Year 2009 Visionary of the Year 2009 Supply Chain Innovation Year 2009 2010 2009
24x7 On-Site Custom Clearance House State-of-the-Art Infrastructure with World class Safety, Equipment & Maintenance Facilities Connectivity to our Pan-India Rail Network accelerating distribution through aggregation at strategic locations State-of-the-art ICD/CFS facility with superior Safety and Hazardous cargo handling capacity of 10,000+ containers including reefers 165 Acre State-of-Art Facility 24km from JNPT Port featuring: MUMBAI FTWZ MASTER PLAN
ARSHIYA’S MUMBAI FTWZ Main GateCustom office EntryCustoms Office Warehouse External ViewContainer YardStuffing at Container Yard Docking Area Cargo storage inside Warehouse
ARSHIYA’S MUMBAI FTWZ - Over Dimensional Cargo (ODC) Yard
ARSHIYA MUMBAI FTWZ : SNAPSHOTS Warehouse Internal View Temp. Controlled AreaVOS Area Marshalling Area Server RoomElectrical Sub-Station CCTV CamerasGenerators for Power Backup Security System at Warehouse
World-class Warehouses of 13 M height with G+6 palletized racking system, super-flat flooring & state-of-the- art Material Handling Equipments (MHEs) Dedicated & customized Office space & area for Value Optimizing Services (VOS) within the Warehouse Mezzanine storage area with temperature controlled HVAC system & optional humidity control Container Yard (CY) with Pavement Quality Concrete (PQC) flooring for stacking containers in a G+5 stacking system using state-of-the-art Rubber Tyre Gantry Cranes (RTGCs) & Reach Stackers Maintenance & Repair (M&R) Yard, Scrap Yard & an Empty Container Yard, Food court, Medical dispensary with Ambulance at site Open & covered Over Dimensional Cargo (ODC) Yard with Paver-Block flooring for storage of cargo that cannot be stored in the Warehouse
Business Ancillary Services: On-site Office spaces, Banks, Insurance, Currency Exchanges & CHAs that reduce operating costs for companies operating in the Foreign Territory Fire & Safety Amenities: Primary & Secondary fire fighting systems along with Tertiary Fire Engine at FTWZ site with trained Fire Fighting Professionals. Personnel having expertise & certification in handling DG Cargo Secure IT Connectivity: Comprehensive IT system with network infrastructure such as server room within each warehouse & a centralized data center with uninterrupted data, voice & video connectivity & 100% back up Supporting Infrastructure: Weigh bridge, road network with up to 6 lanes to avoid congestion, Fuel Station in the processing zone, uninterrupted water & power supply systems & 100% power back-up using DG Sets Earthquake Resistant & Storm Water Drainage System: Warehouses designed as per Seismic Zone 4 requirements. In addition the FTWZ has a capacity to handle rainfall with peak intensity of 156 mm/ hour or 10 cubic m per sec, i.e. 3 times the highest recorded level of rainfall in Mumbai. Corporate Social Responsibility: Ambulance and Fire Tender to service not only Arshiya’s FTWZ but also the residents of the neighboring area
STP: By way of a sewage treatment plant, recycled water is used for irrigation purposes Reutilization of excavated rocks: Excavated rocks are used for project construction thereby conserving resources Green Zone: At Arshiya we ensure that more than 10% of the project area is covered under green zone along with specific selection of plant species Natural Lighting & Insulation: Optimum, natural sunlight presence along with provision for ambient temperature at the FTWZ Site via articulate architecture planning/construction ensures optimal electricity consumption and ensures harmony at workplace Rain Water Harvesting: Bore wells, recharge pits and natural ponds provide for maintenance of ground water level Environmental Consciousness: At Arshiya it is our constant effort to emit no Industrial effluents and contribute towards maintaining sanctity of the environment through Waste Disposal Units At Arshiya, we believe there is a way to contribute to the environment, play a pertinent sustainable role through varied eco friendly and environment effective measures. Here’s a look at few :
Centralized CCTV Monitoring of all Warehouses & infrastructure with around 20 CCTV Cameras per warehouse & capacity to store up to 50 days worth of footage Centralized Access Control to remotely manage & restrict entry to facilities in the FTWZ with the provision to quarantine specific areas within the Warehouse Centralized Fire Alarm Monitoring across all warehouses that is integrated with CCTV, Access Control & IP Telephony to enable real-time fire detection and to notify key stake holders in case of any emergency Integrated Building Management System (IBMS) to monitor the entire facility provided by Cisco, supported by Evacuation & Announcement system for emergencies provided by Bosch & CCTVs, Global Access Control Systems & Edwards Branded Fire Detection System provided by GE Security Security Infrastructure: Security personnel & supervisory staff to undertake physical checks of all manpower (supported by CCTV systems, access enabled turnstiles) & vehicles (supported by CCTVs, boom barriers) entering the FTWZ Central Operations Control Centre (COCC) : To monitor & control facilities not only of FTWZ Panvel, Mumbai but also of Arshiya’s entire pan-India infrastructure on a 24x7x365 basis from one single location.
State-of-the-art ICD/CFS facility with superior Safety and Hazardous cargo handling capacity of 10,000+ containers including reefers Operations live as of H2FY’12 to be joined by similar models in Central, South & East 315 Acre Comprehensive Facility 90 km from Delhi Arshiya Rail Infrastructure (50 Acres), including on-site Rail Siding Side-by-Side FTWZ (135 Acres - launched in Jan 2012) and Industrial & Distribution Hub (130 Acres) Khurja Integrated Infrastructure Masterplan
Enhanced Security Arrangement Customized Solutions (Auto Shipments) Customized Containers for Steel Cargo Multi-purpose containers for dry-cargo increasing return utilization Enhanced cargo locking facility inside the containers Customized containers for carrying various types of cargo Open top containers increasing speed of loading heavy cargo
Entrepreneurial leadership through visionary, Group Chairman & Managing Director Ajay S Mittal. Clear & result-oriented management philosophy with a focus on Visualizing, Implementing, Operating & De- risking Customer Focused Global Delivery Capability Fully Integrated Service Capability In Partnership with Global 3PL Player Diverse & Experienced global team Strong support from renowned global leaders as part of the Global Advisory Board Integrated offerings covering the End-to- End Logistics & Supply Chain, complimenting hard logistics infrastructure assets 1,500 captive logistics customers with a 10- year logistics & 5-year supply chain lineage ready to leverage infrastructure services.
Dr. Frank-Jürgen Richter President of Horasis: The Global Visions Community,Former Director of World Economic Forum (WEF), Economic Columnist for The International Herald Tribune & The Wall Street Journal Prof. G Raghuram Professor: Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad(IIM A), Author of Books on Logistics & Supply Chain & Public Private Partnerships Dr. Jerry (Yoram) Wind Wharton School of Business – Lauder Professor of Marketing Strategy, Founder & Director of SEI Center for Advanced Study in Management at Wharton, Founder & Academic Director Wharton Fellows Program Dr. John L Gattorna Chairman & Advisory Board-Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) Institute for Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Former Managing Partner for over 36 years at Accenture - Supply Chain Practice Michael Proffitt Former CEO Dubai Logistics City, Logistics Director for Danzas Switzerland, Director of Logistics & Supply Chain Group – Dubai, Over 25 years of experience in Logistics & Supply Chain Paul W Bradley Chairman & CEO, Caprica International, Vice Chairman, Supply Chain Asia, Senior Leadership position at Li & Fung Group, NYK Line & BDP Asia Richard Taffet Partner, Bingham McCutchen LLP and Co-Chair, Bingham's Intellectual Property Litigation and Patent Prosecution Group William P Adamopoulos President & Publisher: Forbes Asia, Former Publisher & Managing Director The Asian Wall Street Journal Prof. Ashutosh Varshney Professor of Political Science at Brown University, Former Advisor to World Bank & United Nations Development Program(UNDP), Carnegie Scholar & Winner of Guggenheim Fellowship Award Flemming Jacobs Former Partner & CEO AP Moller Maersk, Advisory Council Member of Port of Singapore & On Advisory Board of Panama Canal Authority James Beltran Chief Executive Officer & Director, Malaysian Assurance Alliance Berhad (MAA) International Assurance Ltd Ashok Kacker Chief Commissioner, Indian Revenue Services (Retd.) Executive Director, SEBI (1995-2001) Group President & Advisor, Indiabulls Group of Companies Independent Director, Mahindra Satyam