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Roadmap for Logistics Excellence: Need to Break the Unholy Equilibrium


  • Raghuram, G.
  • Shah Janath


This white paper attempts to provide a roadmap for India to move towards logistics excellence. Apart from raising issues that are currently relevant, it also draws from the issues that were raised in the previous three logistics summits and continue to be relevant today. As a departure from the earlier summits, it was felt that some of the issues could be presented even prior to the summit, to enable discussions and prioritization during the summit. The paper begins with an assessment of the overall performance of logistics in India, followed by a framework of an “unholy equilibrium” that seeks to explain where we are and why, and then provides actor wise action agenda as the roadmap towards logistics excellence.

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  • Raghuram, G. & Shah Janath, 2004. "Roadmap for Logistics Excellence: Need to Break the Unholy Equilibrium," IIMA Working Papers WP2004-08-02, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, Research and Publication Department.
  • Handle: RePEc:iim:iimawp:wp01841

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