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About DTDC

DTDC India is one of the preferred courier brands in India with the largest network of delivery destinations. It is based in Bangalore, India.

Headquarters Location

No. 3, Victoria Road DTDC House

Bangalore, 560047,

India

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India Logistics Service Market to 2027: Featuring Ashok Leyland, Blue Dart Express, Gati and Mahindra Logistics Among Others - ResearchAndMarkets.com

Jan 25, 2023

Agarwal Packers and Movers Limited DHL Express (India) Private Limited DTDC Express Limited Spear Logistics Private limited Logistics is defined as a business planning framework for the procurement, maintenance, distribution, and replacement of personnel and material. The purpose of the logistics industry is to enable effective transportation and timely movement of goods from one place to another. The industry is highly fragmented with several unorganized players. Organized players account for 10%-15% of the market. The remainder is controlled by unorganized players who manage small-sized warehouses with little to no mechanization. The Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC), Singapore's sovereign wealth fund, and ESR Group Limited have announced a strategic alliance to form a joint venture to acquire income-producing core industrial and logistics assets for INR 45 Bn in India. In a study conducted by NITI Aayog in collaboration with Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) and RMI India, it was estimated that the movement of goods will increase to 15.6 trillion tons/km by 2050. To support this, the government is making efforts to improve India's logistics system by introducing policies and programs such as Atmanirbhar Bharat. These will enhance technological and digital operations in the logistics supply chain. COVID-19 impact analysis: Several companies shrunk their product mix to allocate the warehouse spaces to the essential products available in their portfolio as the production of these essentials increased significantly during the pandemic. Various large manufacturing companies felt that the construction of small warehouses at multiple locations is a more viable option than keeping in large regional warehouses. Since the onslaught of COVID-19, consumers have been shopping online in large numbers, particularly for groceries. In 2021, the demand for online grocery shopping portals surged by up to 80%, but their operational capacity was reduced by half. Key Topics Covered: 3.2. Market structure of freight forwarding 3.3. Logistics service pyramid 3.5. Market structure of 3PL 3.6. Market structure of reverse logistics Chapter 4: Market overview 4.1.1. Market size and growth forecast (2020 - 2027e) - Based on value 4.1.2. Top states/UTs of LEADS 2021 Index 4.1.3. Current market scenario Chapter 5: Insights into major segments - Transportation 5.1. Transportation market segment overview 5.2. Shares of the four major segments of logistics transportation 5.3. Government initiatives to push logistics transportation Chapter 6: Insights into major segments - Warehousing 6.1. Warehousing market segment overview 6.1.1. Market size and growth forecast (based on value) 6.1.2. Institutional investments in the India warehousing market 6.1.3. Warehousing clusters across major Indian cities Chapter 7: Insights into major segments - Supply chain management 7.1 Supply chain management: international outlook 7.1.1. Role of 3PL in supply chain and logistics operations 7.2 Third-party logistics segment overview 7.2.1. Market size and growth forecast (based on value) Chapter 8: COVID-19 impact 8.2. Impact of COVID-19 on transportation segment Chapter 9: Market influencers

DTDC Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is DTDC's headquarters?

    DTDC's headquarters is located at No. 3, Victoria Road, Bangalore.

  • Who are DTDC's competitors?

    Competitors of DTDC include Delhivery and 3 more.

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