Shipping & Logistics
According to an IBEF study, the logistics sector is to reach $215 billion by 2020, while it might attract investments worth $500 bn by 2025. With the impetus provided by government initiatives and e-commerce penetration, the sector is projected to grow at CAGR of approximately 10.7 per cent during the forecast years (2020-2025), creating new opportunities for the logistics sector in the country.
Increasing customer demand from tier two and three cities, growing popularity of e-commerce and online platforms, investments from the private sector are the key growth drivers of the logistics sector in India. In the Union Budget 2020-21, the Government of India has given a massive push to the infrastructure sector by allocating US$ 24.27 billion for infrastructure, which is likely to propel the transport, warehousing and logistics businesses rapidly over the long term.
What We Do? / Our expertise in the Logistics sector
Mavcomm offers decades of experience and proven success in public relations for logistics companies, having pitched and placed stories successfully in top publications including logistics and other trade magazines. We have proven skills and experience in the logistics sector, as well as the relationships we enjoy with media and journalists who report on the logistics sector.
Some of our special services for Logistics sector clients include:
- Developing relationships with key national media or trade media
- Fam visits and operational briefing
- Developing unique storylines
- Thought leadership
- Crisis mapping and preparedness
- Speaker opportunities at key industry conferences
For more information about our Logistics public relations strategies, and why the world’s top automotive companies and brand trust us, contact us today to learn how we can help your brand.