Telangana seeks govt approval to develop four logistic parks
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Telangana seeks govt approval to develop four logistic parks

Under the Logistics Efficiency Enhancement Programme (LEEF), the state government plans to build two logistic parks, which will be part of a total of 35 Multi-Model Logistic Parks (MMLPs) proposed by the federal government across the country. The MMLPs will be established through a public-private partnership (PPP).

The government has already submitted proposals for the two logistic parks in Visakhapatnam and Ananthapur. While work on the MMLPs in Bengaluru, Chennai, Nagpur, and Guwahati has already begun, the other MMLPs, including the two proposed for Andhra Pradesh, are still in the proposal stage.

The Ministry of Surface Transport and National Highways have proposed the logistic parks, which are intended to reduce goods transportation costs while also reducing risk.

The Shipping Authority of India will reduce vehicular pollution and traffic congestion by lowering freight and warehouse costs.

Each MMLP will be built on at least 100 acres of land with access to various modes of transportation. In addition to customs clearance, quarantine zones, testing facilities, and storage, they would have specialised storage solutions.

According to the centre, transportation costs account for over 13% of all production costs in the country. The government has proposed these MMLPs to cut transportation costs by 8%.

The MMLPs would make it easier for manufacturers or distributors to move large quantities of their products to these locations, from which distribution would begin in the respective MMLP sector, lowering product transportation costs from the manufacturing location to the distribution location.

The state government has sent a second proposal to the central government, requesting that two more MMLPs be considered for the state. The state has proposed two more logistic parks, one each in Kakinada and Krishnapatnam, both of which have ports.

Transport costs account for over 13% of all production costs in the country. The government has proposed MMLPs to cut the cost of transportation by 8%.

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Under the Logistics Efficiency Enhancement Programme (LEEF), the state government plans to build two logistic parks, which will be part of a total of 35 Multi-Model Logistic Parks (MMLPs) proposed by the federal government across the country. The MMLPs will be established through a public-private partnership (PPP). The government has already submitted proposals for the two logistic parks in Visakhapatnam and Ananthapur. While work on the MMLPs in Bengaluru, Chennai, Nagpur, and Guwahati has already begun, the other MMLPs, including the two proposed for Andhra Pradesh, are still in the proposal stage. The Ministry of Surface Transport and National Highways have proposed the logistic parks, which are intended to reduce goods transportation costs while also reducing risk. The Shipping Authority of India will reduce vehicular pollution and traffic congestion by lowering freight and warehouse costs. Each MMLP will be built on at least 100 acres of land with access to various modes of transportation. In addition to customs clearance, quarantine zones, testing facilities, and storage, they would have specialised storage solutions. According to the centre, transportation costs account for over 13% of all production costs in the country. The government has proposed these MMLPs to cut transportation costs by 8%. The MMLPs would make it easier for manufacturers or distributors to move large quantities of their products to these locations, from which distribution would begin in the respective MMLP sector, lowering product transportation costs from the manufacturing location to the distribution location. The state government has sent a second proposal to the central government, requesting that two more MMLPs be considered for the state. The state has proposed two more logistic parks, one each in Kakinada and Krishnapatnam, both of which have ports. Transport costs account for over 13% of all production costs in the country. The government has proposed MMLPs to cut the cost of transportation by 8%. Image Source

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