Everything You Need To Know About National Logistics Policy

India has taken another significant step toward becoming a developed nation with the implementation of the National Logistics Policy.

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National Logistics Policy: Launch date

On September 17, 2022, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Policy in New Delhi, which will end the silo system and bring all departments and states under one umbrella. “To ensure quick last mile delivery, end transport-related challenges, save time and money for manufacturers, and prevent wastage of agro-products, concerted efforts were made, and today’s National Logistics Policy is one manifestation of those efforts,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said.

With India emerging as a global manufacturing hub and logistics regarded as the lifeblood of the economy, the National Logistics Policy, in conjunction with performance, will be a driving force in the Indian economy. The National Logistics Policy will work to address transportation challenges and reduce business logistics costs from 13-14 percent to a single digit. Drone technology will become an important part of the transportation and logistics sectors, particularly in remote areas.

The National Logistics Policy is consistent with India’s several critical transportation infrastructure initiatives, including UDAAN, Bharatmala, Sagarmala, the National Infrastructure Pipeline, and the PM GatiShakti National Master Plan.


Vision for National Logistics Policy

The National Logistics Policy seeks to create a technologically enabled, integrated. Cost-effective, resilient, sustainable, and trusted logistics ecosystem in India in order to promote accelerated and inclusive growth. With the National Logistics Policy. Efforts will be made to reduce logistics costs in India to levels comparable to global benchmarks by 2030. This will also aid in the development of data-driven decision-support mechanisms for an efficient logistics ecosystem.

“One of the most important policies, the new Logistics Policy is a fine example of inter-ministerial collaboration,” said Shishir Baijal, chairman and managing director of Knight Frank India. This policy will help to further integrate the supply chain, making it more efficient, lowering logistics and inventory costs, and reducing bottlenecks while making it more agile and responsive. The Multi-modal Logistics Park, which identifies 35 locations across the country, will be critical in establishing new growth centres.”

India aspires to be among the top 25 countries in the Logistics Performance Index ranking by 2030. Thanks to the effective implementation of the National Logistics Policy.


Comprehensive Logistics Action Plan Implementation (CLAP)

A Comprehensive Logistics Action Plan will be use to implement the Policy (CLAP). The CLAP interventions are classified into eight key action areas. These are some examples:


Systems for Integrated Digital Logistics

  • Physical asset standardisation and service quality benchmarking
  • Human Resource Development and Capacity Building in Logistics
  • EXIM State Engagement (Export-Import) Sectoral Plan for Efficient Logistics Logistics Service Improvement Framework
  • Facilitation of Logistics Park Development


“The National Logistics Policy’s emphasis on promoting green logistics by increasing freight share for sustainable modes of transport such as rail, inland waterways. And coastal shipping is also a positive step.” “The Comprehensive Logistics Action Plan and its carefully crafted eight pillars will assist the NLP in its quest to build sound logistics infrastructure in the country. Helping to make Indian exports competitive and providing a gateway for businesses to seamlessly mesh with global value chains.” said Rizwan Soomar, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director -DP World Subcontinent.


Establishment of a Unified Logistics Interface Platform (ULIP)

The use of technology and innovation is a critical component of the National Logistics Policy. Unified Logistics Interface Platform (ULIP)-You Leap will be develope as part of the National Logistics Policy to assist various government and private agencies; shippers, and service providers in enabling real-time, confidential information exchange. ULIP will consolidate all digital transportation services into a single portal. Freeing exporters from a slew of time-consuming and inefficient procedures. The development of a ULIP is one of eight interventions propose in the comprehensive logistics action plan. Which will be use to implement the policy.

under ULIP, 17 digital systems from seven ministries will be integrated, including the Ministry of Civil Aviation. The Ministry of Commerce and Industry, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology. The Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Ports. Shipping and Waterways, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, and the Ministry of Railways. The National Industrial Corridor Development Corporation data has also been integrated into ULIP.

“NLP stands on the dynamic pillars of ‘cooperative federalism,’ where all Logistics stakeholders come together to ride technology platforms like ULIP and e-Log to reduce redundancy, increase speed and efficiency to be globally competitive,” said Chandranath Dey, Head – Operations, Business Development, L&I Consulting & PAGI, Logistics & Industrial, JLL, India.


Ease of Logistics Services Platform Launch

A new digital platform Ease of Logistics Services – E-Logs has been launch as part of the National Logistics Policy. “Through this portal, industry associations can directly address any issues that are interfering with their operations and performance with government agencies.” A comprehensive system has also been put in place to expedite the resolution of such cases,” Modi said.


PM GatiShakti’s National Master Plan and National Logistics Policy

Infrastructure, services (digital systems / processes / regulatory framework), and human resources all contribute to logistics efficiency. A step-by-step approach has been taken to address logistics efficiency in India. The PM GatiShakti National Master Plan (NMP) focuses on integrating existing and proposed infrastructure development initiatives from various agencies in order to ensure first and last mile connectivity. Allowing for the seamless movement of people and goods. While the PM GatiShakti National Master Plan will address integrated infrastructure and network planning. The National Logistics Policy is require for efficiency in services (processes, digital systems, regulatory framework), and human resources. And is the next logical step in this direction. The National Logistics Policy will lay out a detailed plan for the development of the entire logistics ecosystem.

“The National Logistics Policy would give India’s logistics sector a new direction.” Said Piyush Goyal, Union Minister of Commerce and Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, and Textiles. COVID-19 demonstrated to the world the strength of India’s logistics sector. And food grains and other essential items reached all people on time. Assisting us in reaching new milestones in international trade. National Logistics Policy and GatiShakti will serve as two logistics engines.”


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