Warehousing
RX India's promotional roadshow in February. Photo IWS

The India Warehousing Show (IWS) is slated to make a significant impact in the warehousing sector with its 13th edition, scheduled to take place from 11th to 13th July 2024 at Yashobhoomi, India International Convention & Expo Centre (IICC), Dwarka, New Delhi. Organized by RX India, IWS is a cornerstone event for warehousing, material handling, logistics, automation, and supply chain professionals bringing the entire industry together under one roof.

The 13th edition of IWS is featuring a special address by Surendra Ahirwar, joint secretary, logistics & trade, ministry of commerce & industry, who will share his insights on the evolving logistics landscape in India. His address will highlight the government’s initiatives to enhance the efficiency and competitiveness of the sector, aligning with the theme ‘Streamlining Tomorrow: Transforming Supply Chains through Automation.’

Speaking about the event, Umang Gupta, country general manager, RX India, said, “With the warehousing & logistics sector becoming increasingly critical to the national economy, the industry needs to collaborate across the economic value chain and focus on technological advancements for business growth. Over the decade, the India Warehousing Show has become the flagship event that brings together policy makers, technology companies & infrastructure customers, all under one roof. The 13th edition of IWS is focused towards the rapidly evolving policy & technology landscape and aims to connect all stakeholders vital to the next stage of warehousing & logistics.”

With over 250 exhibitors, IWS aims to offer an immersive experience and platform where participants can witness the latest technological advancements and live product demonstrations from the biggest national and international companies providing solutions for storage, transportation, and logistics customers.

The event will also showcase a series of expert-led panel discussions, industry talk shows and networking sessions with industry leaders specifically designed to provide valuable insights into the logistics, warehousing, and supply chain industries.

Attendees can look forward to a series of engaging discussions from government & industry decision makers on topics such as the National Logistics Policy, optimizing logistical costs, AI and Industry 4.0 in supply chain efficiency, and sustainability in logistics. Notable sessions include discussions on women in leadership roles within the logistical sector and the impact of e-commerce and Q-commerce on consumer experiences. The state-of-the-art Yashobhoomi venue offers cutting-edge facilities and ample space, making it an ideal environment for industry professionals to connect, collaborate, and drive innovation.

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