The Indian telecom industry is forecasted with the expected growth rate of 10.3 per cent on YOY basis and this industry is expected to touch 103.9 billion by 2020. The Indian industry is the second largest subscriber base in the world which is expected to touch US$ 37 billion by 2017 with the Indian smart phone growth rate seems to expanding exponentially fourfold by the year 2021. The deregulation of FDI has triggered a growth in the markets thus making the telecom a major gainer from the investments which attracted a FDI of 18.38 billion investments, and in such fast paced industry smartphones are expected to account for two out of every three mobile connections. The total no of 4G enabled phones imports were 13.9 million units which surpassed the 3G imports by 50 per cent. The Indian government has increased the efforts for digitalization of India thereby rapid increase of cell phone sales.
With the Rapid growth the Indian industry a no of logistics and operations activities remain a hurdle for the Mobile companies as the logistics movement is still a core challenge for these industries.
NWCC aims to further Planning, Mapping, Development of the core Logistics functions to smoothen the hurdle faced by the Telecommunications Industry and has come up with new process to support these exiting functions for apt distribution, Life cycle cost, stock replenishment, planning and inventory management and also offer value added services to our clients. NWCC aims to strength the Gaps of the Supply Chain process and which will enable our partners to concentrate on the core business and leave the supply chain functions to us.
These elements have a great impact on planning, development, acquisitions and other logistics support functions. These factors constitute a substantial portion of the costs involved and directly and indirectly has a significant impact on the business
Not just another logistics partner but we understand your need for an efficient planning. It is important for the inventory to be tracked, Transported, sorted and manufactured in way which reduces the overall turnaround time which is crucial for the business to perform. The future of the logistics industry demands a fast paced atmosphere with an accelerating demand for on time delivery on time and low operating costs. The IT integration with the supply chain process are crucial for the trade to flourish which reduces the time consumption and data analytics helps us to track real time information which in turn factors the growth of the Industry.
Mr. Shaeq Pasha, Manager – Business Development