As per a recent report, India's Logistics and supply chain costs currently amount to a staggering 400 USD, up to 14% of the GDP, compared to the global average of 8%, raising a competitiveness gap of approximately USD 180 Billion. Further, the challenges experienced by the sector during the pandemic has highlighted the urgent need for building a stronger and more relevant infrastructure that can not only withstand the unexpected disruptions of this scale but is also agile enough to adapt and bounce back to efficiency almost immediately in the face of future conflicts. Envisaging the shortage of certified and well-trained logistics professionals to meet the ongoing group requirements and as a part of the Corporate Social Responsibility, Mr. B.P.Nassar (M.D) initiated the idea of setting...
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