Chairman of the Standing Committee for Promotion of Exports (Shipping) on Friday suggested the transport associations to implement uniform greatest practices throughout the nation to make Indian exports extra aggressive within the world markets.
This was requested by the Special Secretary of the Logistics Division within the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) Amrit Lal Meena through the 51st session of this standing committee assembly.
The authorities companies current within the discussion board additionally agreed to look at problems with commerce associations on a case-to-case foundation to additional cut back logistics prices wherever possible to make Indian exports extra aggressive globally, the commerce ministry mentioned in an announcement.
The discussion board was in broad settlement that wider adoption of know-how options, such because the Port Community Systems, can cut back the turnaround time of Indian ports, it mentioned.
“It is also expected to further reduce logistics costs for Indian traders, and at the same time, improve India’s competitiveness globally,” it added.
It additionally mentioned that for environment friendly registration and monitoring of authorised stakeholder points, together with seamless coordination amongst involved ministries, a person interplay dashboard is beneath growth by the DPIIT.
“Such a digital platform is expected to enable the industry to highlight points of discussion to the government through a single-window system throughout the year in a transparent manner,” it mentioned.