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Warehousing is an important part of logistics that not only helps to store goods but also to efficiently manage the shipments to consolidate and streamline the entire supply chain. With Covid-19 ignited behavioural change, the rise of Tier 2 & 3 cities and e-commerce penetration, Indian warehousing is looking at a bright future.
Indian warehousing industry is at a turning point that will not only make it one of the biggest but also one of the smartest in the world. Along with government policies to nurture India as a global manufacturing hub, the Covid-19 pandemic induced e-commerce boom and the rise of Tier 2 and 3 cities increased the demand for quality warehousing space, particularly the Grade-A facilities with the latest technology innovations.
According to ResearchAndMarkets, India’s warehousing market is expected to grow from $12.2 billion currently to $19.5 billion by 2025. According to a February 2021 report produced by JLL India, the overall warehousing space stands at 238 million sq ft at the end of 2020 compared to 211 million sq ft in the previous year.
According to a report of JLL India Industrial Services, in 2019 the Indian warehousing sector witnessed a 15 percent Y-o-Y growth in total net absorption in Grade-A and B warehousing space across the top eight cities namely Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Pune, Hyderabad, Chennai and Ahmedabad. Now, the sector is witnessing the rise of much smaller Tier 2 and 3 cities. Logistics companies list various reasons including the central government’s focus to make India a global manufacturing hub, presence of industrial freight corridors, e-commerce boom and need for in-city distribution.
Even before the pandemic, e-commerce was penetrating even into the rural regions of India. However, the sudden shift in lifestyle and buying behaviour due to lockdown increased the need for e-commerce activities. Coupled with consumer spending growth, the need for faster delivery and the e-commerce requirement for three times the warehousing space compared to other retailers Indian warehousing is changing.
Customers today need to have access to their required products when they need them and within the shortest period of time. In order to deal with such situations, companies have understood the importance of having a real-time pulse of the market and are investing in Grade-A warehousing facilities in smaller cities.
Orris Infrastructure Pvt Ltd has developed a Warehousing Park in Luhari of 300 acres, where two of the world’s renowned companies in Warehousing- Indo Space and Logos are already associated.
This Warehousing Park offers all infrastructural components required for seamless & smooth functioning.
  • Site development
  • Landscaping
  • Lake/water body and lake front development
  • Roads across hierarchies
  • Pavement design
  • Parking – basement, surface, roadside
  • Street furniture
  • Street lighting
  • Power back-ups
  • Water supply and its treatment
  • Fire Hydrant & Fire Fighting
  • Sewage collection system
  • Sewage treatment
  • Water conservation & recycling etc

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