Automation helps improve efficiency in the logistics sector by reducing errors, improving tracking and monitoring, and speeding up processes. This is particularly important in a market where there is intense competition and a need to keep costs low.
Imthiaz - CEO & Co-founder, Raaho
The growth of e-commerce in India has led to a surge in demand for logistics and supply chain services, which has, in turn, increased the need for automation.
The logistics sector in India has seen a surge in demand for automated solutions due to several factors. One of the key drivers is the significant increase in e-commerce activity, which has led to a rise in demand for logistics and supply chain services. As a result, there is a growing need for automation to improve efficiency and speed in order to meet this demand.
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