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   Vol. 21 No. 39
Tuesday October 18, 2022

85% India Air Cargo On Kale

Vineet Malhotra

Officially opened last month by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, India's National Logistic Policy (NLP) initiative aims to halve India’s logistics costs and place the country in the top 10 Logistics Performance Index (LPI) by 2030, amongst other initiatives.

National Logistic Policy

  “It is a proud moment for the country as the Government of India is executing a much-needed reform for the logistics industry,” said Vineet Malhotra, Co-Founder and Director of Kale Logistics Solutions.
  “The policy consists of reforms that could have a positive impact on the industry. Moreover, the focus on digitalization is commendable as the world of logistics is gradually turning digital and in the coming years, digitization will be the new normal.
  “As a logistics IT solutions provider, Kale is committed to the action plan set by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.”
  Kale signed up GMR Hyderabad Air Cargo Hyderabad International Airport in India as its one hundredth airport cargo station this year.
  With this partnership, around 85% of India’s air cargo traffic is now running on Kale’s systems.
  In a related development Kale was ranked among the top 100 companies in the western region of India for its first-class business culture and was awarded 28th position by employee healthcare platform, Loop which works with large companies to rank team cultures across India.
  Kale was recognized for its culture of innovation that welcomes new ideas from across the organization, which has led to the creation of an industry-leading portfolio of solutions and a differentiated position as the preferred digital transformation partner to the global logistics sector.
  “Employee centricity is in our DNA and we at Kale know the value of organic talent development,” said Rohit Jain, Head of HR, Kale Logistics Solutions.
  “We are committed to an environment that presents equal opportunities. This award reflects our agility, innovation, and technology prowess, and motivates us to scale greater heights.”
  Kale is a leading tech solution provider and is currently engaging with more than 100 air cargo stations globally to digitally transform the way cargo moves.

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