How is global logistics industry divided into organised and unorganised sector | Candider
How is global logistics industry divided into organised and unorganised sector
13th May 2020 3:03 pm
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The following result is obtained by our Real-time Research: There is hardly a connection between organised and unorganised logistic, they usually work very separately. The organised sector holds all kinds of logistic needs but charges you very differently and which result in very costly service in the end, especially in the case of large goods. The organised sector provides you with proper tracking and functioning and deals in proper legal exposure way. Unorganised logistics are very helpful when it comes to the transport of large-good or goods in large quantity. They also help businesses by providing makeshift which leads to saving large bucks. The unorganised sector doesn't deal with small packages like courier services. We asked them, do the organised players like FedEx and DHL have any association or relation with the unorganised sector? Ans. - No, unorganised sector works independently and have no limits, organised sector constrains you with some limits and if in the case of going beyond that limits then the charges would be unbearable for small businesses. Hence, Unorganised logistics provide many monetary benefits. In India, charges paid for these logistic services are always considered as additional charges in the regular transaction, if they (small & medium businesses) tend to move toward organised logistics then it will result in a huge amount of inflation at the consumers' end. The government always tries to legalise and prevail the complete monitoring of unorganised logistics but if they try to control it much then it will lead to huge inflation to the ultimate consumer.
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