It is a well-known and widely accepted datum that infrastructure is the backbone of a sound and growing economy. Amongst all infrastructure, the transport sector facilitates trade and migration, thereby raising productivity in other parts of the economy and directly contributing to the economic growth.
Over the last couple of years, the brick & mortar operator has quickly learnt that getting to know a customer's behavioural pattern is the key to engaging them in the shopping mall experience, says Kanchana V Gokhale, Senior Manager, Design Development Team, Pioneer Property Zone Services.
Like the term 'middle-class', the term 'Smart City' also lacks a definitive definition with many seeking to define it on their own terms. A coherent definition eludes both. Having said so, just as we know how the term 'middle-class' is loosely defined, Smart Cities can be defined as sustainable cities with self-containing amenities and infrastructure which give a decent quality of life to the citizens.
The Indian logistics market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.17 per cent by 2020, driven by the growth in the manufacturing, retail, FMCG and e-commerce sectors.
India is expected to register a steady uptick in logistics growth, on the back of the improvement in the countryÂ´s infrastructural environment.
A well-defined structure will help logistics service providers to anticipate all major challenges they may face during transport and will enable them to plan their activities accordingly, says Umesh Shetty, Executive Director, Allcargo Logistics.
Khalifa Port & Industrial Zone (KPIZ), Abu Dhabi has chosen with the CEM AC2000 SE (Standard Edition) system. The system was installed at Khalifa Port by CEM Approved Reseller Tyco Fire & Security UAE Khalifa Port, the state-of-the-art gateway to Abu Dhabi was officially opened in December 2012.