The Indian e-commerce logistics market has been growing modestly during the forecast period (2018-2023). There are many pivotal factors that are motivating the Indian e-commerce logistics market which includes growing regional and global players, vast railway connectivity, growing e-commerce market and inexpensive workforce. Indian logistics market has been governed by global giants and regional players that are exploring the untapped Indian region. Indian infrastructure has been improved over the year. For an instance, India stands fifth in the largest railway connectivity and have great railway network which connects huge area covering all key region across India. The e-commerce market of India has been boosted by the growing internet penetration and rising number of smartphone users. Inexpensive workforce and cohesive government policies will benefit the logistics companies to stay competitive and will also enable them to explore Indian e-commerce market. The introduction of Goods and Service Tax (GST) in the nation has also positively influenced the e-commerce logistics market since all the indirect taxes has been compiled into one. It allows the logistics companies to smoothen the movement of goods within the country.

However, under developed infrastructure of the country limits the logistics companies to reach the rural areas of the nation that covers major part of the region. It also reduces the reach and connectivity for the logistics companies. Additionally, rising crude oil prices and its instability is also a concern for the logistics companies that affects the profit margin of the market players. The average movement speed of goods through Indian roadways are also much slower than the global average. As a result, it increases the delivery time and also slows down the operation of the company. The e-commerce logistics has largest share from the semi-urban area. The growing population in the semi-urban region and rising internet penetration in the areas are contributing into the growth of the market.

Moreover, Indian e-commerce logistics market players such as Indian postal services FedEx Express, DHL Express, E-com Express, Ekart Logistics, gojavas, Blue Dart, Delhivery, Gati Limited, Amazon Transportation Services and Aramex are contributing significantly into the growth of the market. The Indian post has shifted its focus from post and has identified more profit in delivering e-commerce parcel. Indian post has vast reach and good connectivity in rural areas. E-commerce companies use Indian post to explore the rural Indian region. The e-commerce logistics companies in India are currently focusing on expanding its reach in rural India and improving the time duration of delivery. The e-commerce logistics market of India is segmented on the basis of revenue and unit shipments.


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