DUBLIN, November 20, 2020 / PRNewswire / – The “Warehousing Market in India, By Type (General, Specialty, Refrigerated), By Ownership (Public, Private, Bonded), By Sector (Industrial v / s Agricultural), By Use Pattern, by infrastructure, by purpose report “User Industry, by Region, Competition, Forecast and Opportunity, 2025” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com from offer.
The Indian warehousing market is expected to $ 12.2 billion in 2020 at $ 19.5 billion by 2025
The warehousing market is driven by the country’s thriving manufacturing, retail, consumer goods and logistics sectors. In addition, supportive government policies such as the establishment of logistics parks and free trade warehouse zones are expected to stimulate the market growth until 2025. In addition, the introduction of the GST has resulted in reduced costs. stocks and turnaround times, which has led to the removal of checkpoints thus diminishing state borders.
In addition, technological advancements such as the advent of AI, IoT, 3D printing among others in the warehousing industry are further expected to create lucrative opportunities in the coming years. . Moreover, the emergence of third party logistics and super grid logistics is further expected to fuel the market growth during the forecast period.
In addition, the sudden outbreak and spread of COVID-19 will have a short-term impact on storage demand due to the lockdown and reduced manufacturing activities. In addition, it will help strengthen the warehousing industry by India due to the shift in consumer preference from offline to online shopping in order to meet social distancing standards.
India warehousing market is segmented on the basis of type, ownership, industry, usage model, infrastructure, end user industry, company and region. Based on the type, the market can be segmented into General, Specialty, and Refrigerated. The refrigerated segment is expected to experience significant growth due to the increasing demand for such warehouses to store perishable goods and ensure food safety and security.
Based on ownership, the market can be categorized as public, private, and bonded. The publicly owned segment is expected to dominate the market during the forecast period. These warehouses are owned and rented by government and semi-government agencies. These warehouses help small traders who do not have their own warehouses.
Based on the usage model, the market can be divided into single segments and co-warehousing. The co-warehousing segment is expected to experience significant market growth through 2025. This can be attributed to the increasing demand for last mile distribution and the growing preference for co-warehousing among manufacturers, suppliers, companies. logistics as well as startups.
Additionally, co-warehousing provides flexible storage that can help businesses meet their needs and give them greater control over their budgets. Co-warehousing provides scalability and helps reduce overall operational costs.
The major players operating in the warehousing market are Container Corporation of India Ltd., Gati Ltd., Mahindra Logistics Ltd., Transport Corporation of India Ltd., Central Warehousing Corporation, DHL Express (India) Pvt. Ltd., Jayem Warehousing Pvt. Ltd., JICS Logistics Ltd., Shalimar Warehousing Corporation, Spear Logistics Pvt. Ltd., among others
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Main topics covered:
1. Product overview
2. Research methodology
3. Impact of COVID-19 on the warehousing market in India
4. Executive summary
5. Voice of the customer
6. India Warehousing Market Overview
6.1. Warehouse clusters by state
6.2. State-level warehouse occupants
7. India Warehousing Market Outlook
7.1. Market size and forecast
7.1.1. By value
7.2. Market share and forecasts
7.2.1. By type (general, specialized, refrigerated)
7.2.2. By property (public, private, bonded)
7.2.3. By sector (industrial vs agricultural)
7.2.4. By use model (simple v / s co-warehousing)
7.2.5. By infrastructure (one floor versus several floors)
7.2.6. By end-user industry (automotive, food, chemicals, consumer and retail goods, textiles, pharmaceuticals, others)
7.2.7. By company (2019)
7.2.8. By region
7.3. Product market map
8. North India Warehousing Market Outlook
8.1. Market size and forecast
8.1.1. By value
8.2. Market share and forecasts
8.2.1. By type
8.2.2. By property
8.2.3. By sector
8.2.4. By use model
8.2.5. By infrastructure
8.2.6. By end user industry
9. South India Warehousing Market Outlook
10. Eastern India Warehousing Market Outlook
11. West India Warehousing Market Outlook
12. Market dynamics
13. Market trends and developments
14. Political and regulatory landscape
14.1. Draft national logistics policy 2018
14.2. Warehousing (Development and Regulation) Act 2007
14.3. Do in India Initiative
14.4. Impact of GST on storage strategy before and after implementation
15. IDE in India Warehousing sector
16. Economic profile of India
17. Competitive landscape
17.1. Container Corporation of India Ltd.
17.2. Gati Ltd.
17.3. Mahindra Logistics Ltd.
17.4. Transport Corporation of India Ltd.
17.5. Central storage company
17.6. DHL Express (India) Pvt. Ltd.
17.7. Jayem Warehousing Pvt. Ltd.
17.8. JICS Logistics Ltd.
17.9. Food company India
17.10. Spear Logistics Pvt. Ltd.
18. Strategic recommendations
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