Industry set to discuss an integrated Supply Chain Management @ ET SCM & Logistics Summit this June

Understanding the importance of development in the Indian logistics sector for optimum economic growth, The Economic Times brings to you the 3rd edition of :“Supply Chain Management and Logistics Summit“, scheduled to take place on June 24 in Mumbai.


According to a report by MotilalOswal Securities Ltd., the Indian Logistics industry grows 1.5-2 times the GDP growth. This offers opportunities across the spectrum for companies in transportation, storage, distribution, and allied services. The value of the Indian Logistics Industry is estimated at US$ 130 billion in 2012-2013, but this industry has not received the attention or recognition it deserves.

Currently in its third year, the ET Supply Chain Management and Logistics Summit will be a platform for industry leaders, national and international supply chain experts along with government bureaucrats to discuss the best practices and trends in the industry.  The event will see industry leaders like:

1).  Chief Guest – Shri Manoj Sinha, Hon’ble Minister of State for Railways, Government of India

2).  ShashiKiran Shetty, Founder & Chairman, Allcargo Logistics

3).  R S Subramanian, SVP & Country Manager, DHL Express India

4).  Anil Diggikar, Chairman, JNPT

5).  PirojshawSarkari, ‎CEO, Mahindra logistics

6).  SainathPai, Head Logistics and New Initiatives, Ebay India

7).  Procyon Mukherjee, President & Head Logistics, Hindalco

The key growth drivers are rapid growth in industries such as automobile, pharmaceuticals, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and retail. The summit will address panel discussions on the following topics which will see brands like DHL, Johnson and Johnson, DHL, EBay, Snapdeal, PwC, Deloitte, Myntra, Limeroad, Pepperfry, Godrej, Britannia, PepsiCo among others :

1).  Developing an integrated Supply Chain: Agile & Future Ready

2).  Shaping the Culture of Supply Chain excellence: The Role of the Leadership Team

3).  BUILDING CUSTOMISED STRUCTURES: Heavy Engineering, Supply Chain Management, Logistics & Distribution

4).  THE DIGITAL BACKDROP: Bridging the gap between retail store and online marketplace

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