After the success of the past four editions of Global Exhibition on Services (GES), the Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, in partnership with Services Export Promotion Council (SEPC) and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), is organising the 5th edition of Global Exhibition on Services from 18 - 20 September 2019 at Palace Grounds, Bengaluru, Karnataka. GES as an annual event seeks to enhance strategic cooperation and develop synergies to strengthen multilateral relationships between all stakeholders, tap the potential for services’ exports and increase FDI inﬂow.
Ofﬁcials from PSUs
Leaders from Global Private Industries
Senior representatives of Central & State Governments
Buyers and Sellers delegations from India and Overseas
An annual ﬂagship global initiative for
Increasing trade in Services
Enhancing Strategic Cooperation
Strengthening relationships among stakeholders
TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS SECTOR
India being one of the fastest growing economies in the world has a great potential for growth in every sector. Logistics industry is the backbone of development and a strong and growing logistic sector indicates healthy trend of growing economy. The impetus provided by the Government of India is expected to boost the economic growth and special focus on infrastructure will further help Logistics Industry to grow. India today is looking at developments in Logistics Services, Warehousing, Cold Storage, Shipping and Ports where huge investment are expected. The logistics industry is poised to grow at more than 10.5% CAGR and is valued at 13-15% of GDP where as in the developed nations the logistics cost is ranging at 8-9% of their GDP. The size of the Indian Logistics Industry is expected to cross US$215 billion by 2020. This indicates a huge potential for the growth of logistics sector in India.
KEY ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE SECTOR
The commerce ministry has proposed creation of a separate department for trade facilitation and logistics for better coordination among different government units
The Government of India aims to construct 65,000 km of national highways at the cost of Rs 5.35 lakh crore (US$ 741.51 billion) by 2022
Under the UDAN scheme (Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik / To make ﬂying affordable for common man) the Airport Authority of India (AAI) aims to bring around 250 airports under operation across the country by 2020. Investments to the tune of Rs 420450 billion (US$ 5.99-6.41 billion) are expected in India's airport infrastructure between FY 2018-2023.
The government plans to introduce speciﬁc programmes for the development of multi-modal logistics parks and multimodal transport facilities.
The government allocated INR 600 crore for the Sagarmala project and has identiﬁed 2,000 km of coastal roads to be developed to facilitate hinterland connectivity with ports and remote villages and accelerate the development of Coastal Economic Zones.
REASON TO PARTICIPATE
Opportunity to showcase your Products, Services & Technologies to key stakeholders
Opportunity to meet, interact & network with Industry Leaders, Decision Makers, Key Government Ofﬁcials and Experts from diverse industrial sectors (Auto
Ports / Terminal Operators
Shipping Lines / Agents
NVOCCs / MTOs
CFS / ICD operators
Forwarders / Freight Brokers
Break Bulk & Heavy Lift Players
Specialists in Turnkey Projects, Hazardous, Dangerous, liquid & Bulk Cargo