If you are the one who sifts the crises to discover the brighter sides, supply chain could prove hot for you. The COVID crisis and the later upshots have created incredulous opportunities in supply chain front, thanks to the people’s obsession for digital and home deliveries. A report of National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) had put the workforce requirement across the supply chain subsectors at 28 million in 2022(up by 65% compared to 2015). This could be much higher given the recent turn of events.
Key Job Pockets
Key Job Profiles
In Economy Too
The focus on supply chain calls for zero break down supplies of goods at destinations. This is giving a boost to economy too through:
- Purchase of new trucks (up by 50% in 2021 YOY) and LCV’s (30%)
- Increased FASTag collection.
- More revenue from new vehicle registration and road tax.
With India poised to become a key global supply chain hub, the demand for employees with specific skill sets is expected to rise further. For more details check our program @https://online.ifheindia.org/
“e-commerce and organised retail are here to stay” Do you agree? Why?
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Source Episode 29 Insights in the Logistics Skill Sector Council – Gopi in conversation with Ramesh Venkat – YouTube