インドの倉庫市場見通し2022

【英語タイトル】Booming Warehouse Sector in India Outlook 2022

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【レポートの概要】

Warehouse industry plays a vital role in matching product demand with supply across different levels in the logistics industry. Driven by the demand in manufacturing segment, and need for storage of raw material and finished products from industries such as automobiles, pharmaceutical and food processing, the warehousing industry has evolved significantly. Owing to shift in focus from production to better storage of goods, the warehousing industry has become an integral part of supply chain where goods are not only stored for safekeeping, but also where other value processes are implemented, thereby minimizing wastage and costs. The warehousing industry in India is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 10% during the period of 2016-2022.
The report, “Booming Warehouse Sector in India Outlook 2022”, portrays the current and future scenario of warehousing industry in India. The report highlights the current space and future space demands of warehousing industry, followed by the Organized and Unorganized sectors. Further, the report highlights the warehouse industry by ownership categorized in private, public, and government, bonded and cooperative.

Additionally, the report provides insight on industry trends and drivers; followed by segmentation of warehousing industry into Industrial, Agricultural, Cold stores and CFS/ICDs, in which Industrial sector accounts for half of the share in Warehousing Industry. There is a huge space demand of warehousing in top 7 cities, in which NCR and Mumbai has the highest space demand. The section of regulatory analysis provides the regulations followed by warehousing industry in India for its accreditation. The challenges witnessed by the warehousing industry, and its players are also have been highlighted in order to build better understanding of the industry.

Furthermore, the report also provides key understanding of the major players in the industry, such as Central Warehousing Corporation, Allcargo logistics, etc., through business overview and recent activities depicting development in warehousing industry. Overall, the research provides comprehensive and pre-requisite information of the industry to the clients, and helps understand the market along with the structure and growth in the coming years.

【レポートの目次】

1. Analyst View
2. Research Methodology
3. Industry Trends and Drivers
3.1 Rising Investment Propelling Expansion in Warehouse Industry
3.2 Government Initiatives Encouraging Demand for Warehousing
3.3 Warehouse Industry Driven by Infrastructural Investment
4. Warehousing Industry Outlook to 2020
4.1 By Organized/Unorganized
4.2 By Ownership
4.3 By Sector
4.3.1 Industrial Warehousing
4.3.2 Agricultural Warehousing
4.3.3 Cold Stores
4.3.4 CFS/ICD
5. By Top Cities
5.1.1 Delhi NCR
5.1.2 Mumbai
5.1.3 Pune
5.1.4 Bengaluru
5.1.5 Chennai
5.1.6 Hyderabad
5.1.7 Ahmedabad
6. Regulatory Framework
7. Industry Challenges
8. Key Players
8.1 Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC)
8.2 DHL
8.3 Container Corporation of India Ltd. (CONCOR)
8.4 Allcargo Logistics Ltd.
8.5 Gati Ltd.
8.6 Aegis Logistics Limited
8.7 Transport Corporation of India (TCI)
8.8 M.J. Logistic Services Ltd.
8.9 Adani Agri Logistics Limited (AALL)
8.10 Indo Arya Logistics

List of Figures:

Figure 4-1: Warehousing Industry (Billion INR), 2015-2022
Figure 4-2: Warehousing Capacity (Million sq. ft.), 2015, 2016 & 2020
Figure 4-3: Warehousing Industry by Organised/Unorganised (%), 2016
Figure 4-4: Warehousing Industry by Ownership (%), 2016
Figure 4-5: Warehousing Industry by Sector (%), 2016
Figure 4-6: Industrial Warehousing Space (Million sq. ft.), 2011, 2013, 2016 & 2020
Figure 4-7: Agricultural Warehousing Space (Million sq. ft.), 2011, 2013, 2016 & 2020
Figure 4-8: Cold Store Warehousing Space (Million MT), 2011, 2013, 2016 & 2020
Figure 4-9: CFS/ICD Warehousing Space (Million TEU) 2011, 2013, 2016 & 2020
Figure 5-1: Warehousing Space Requirement by Tier-1 Cities (Million sq. ft.) 2016
Figure 5-2: Delhi NCR – Warehousing Space by Manufacturing Sector (Million sq. ft.), 2016
Figure 5-3: Delhi NCR – Warehousing Space by Manufacturing Sector (%), 2016
Figure 5-4: Delhi NCR – Warehousing Space by Brick & Mortar and E-tail (Million sq. ft.), 2016
Figure 5-5: Delhi NCR – Warehousing Space by Brick & Mortar and E-tail (%), 2016
Figure 5-6: Mumbai – Warehousing Space by Manufacturing Sector (Million sq. ft.), 2016
Figure 5-7: Mumbai – Warehousing Space by Manufacturing Sector (%), 2016
Figure 5-8: Mumbai – Warehousing Space by Brick & Mortar and E-tail (Million sq. ft.), 2016
Figure 5-9: Mumbai – Warehousing Space by Brick & Mortar and E-tail (%), 2016
Figure 5-10: Pune – Warehousing Space by Manufacturing Sector (Million sq. ft.), 2016
Figure 5-11: Pune – Warehousing Space by Manufacturing Sector (%), 2016
Figure 5-12: Pune – Warehousing Space by Brick & Mortar and E-tail (Million sq. ft.), 2016
Figure 5-13: Pune – Warehousing Space by Brick & Mortar and E-tail (%), 2016
Figure 5-14: Bengaluru – Warehousing Space by Manufacturing Sector (Million sq. ft.), 2016
Figure 5-15: Bengaluru – Warehousing Space by Manufacturing Sector (%), 2016
Figure 5-16: Bengaluru – Warehousing Space by Brick & Mortar and E-tail (Million sq. ft.), 2016
Figure 5-17: Bengaluru – Warehousing Space by Brick & Mortar and E-tail (%), 2016
Figure 5-18: Chennai – Warehousing Space by Manufacturing Sector (Million sq. ft.), 2016
Figure 5-19: Chennai – Warehousing Space by Manufacturing Sector (%), 2016
Figure 5-20: Chennai – Warehousing Space by Brick & Mortar and E-tail (Million sq. ft.), 2016
Figure 5-21: Chennai – Warehousing Space by Brick & Mortar and E-tail (%), 2016
Figure 5-22: Hyderabad – Warehousing Space by Manufacturing Sector (Million sq. ft.), 2016
Figure 5-23: Hyderabad – Warehousing Space by Manufacturing Sector (%), 2016
Figure 5-24: Hyderabad – Warehousing Space by Brick & Mortar and E-tail (Million sq. ft.), 2016
Figure 5-25: Hyderabad – Warehousing Space by Brick & Mortar and E-tail (%), 2016
Figure 5-26: Ahmedabad – Warehousing Space by Manufacturing Sector (Million sq. ft.), 2016
Figure 5-27: Ahmedabad – Warehousing Space by Manufacturing Sector (%), 2016
Figure 5-28: Ahmedabad – Warehousing Space by Brick & Mortar and E-tail (Million sq. ft.), 2016
Figure 5-29: Ahmedabad – Warehousing Space by Brick & Mortar and E-tail (%), 2016

List of Tables:

Table 4-1: Number of Warehouse and Capacity by Region (Metric Tonnes), 2016
Table 4-2: Warehousing Capacity by Ownership (Million Metric Tonnes), 2011 & 2016
Table 8-1: Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC)- Financial Overview (Million INR) 2014-2016
Table 8-2: Container Corporation of India Ltd. (CONCOR)- Financial Overview (Million INR) 2014-2016
Table 8-3: Allcargo Logistics Ltd.- Financial Overview (Million INR) 2014-2016
Table 8-4: Gati Ltd.- Financial Overview (Million INR) 2014-2016
Table 8-5: Aegis Logistics Ltd. – Financial Overview (Million INR) 2014-2016
Table 8-6: Transport Corporation of India (TCI)- Financial Overview (Million INR) 2014-2016
Table 8-7: Adani Agri Logistics Limited (AALL)- Financial Overview (Million INR) 2014-2016



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