India Warehousing Show 2024 set to transform logistics industry

The 13th edition of the India Warehousing Show (IWS), slated for July 11th to 13th, 2024, at the Yashobhoomi, India International Convention & Expo Centre (IICC) in Dwarka, New Delhi, promises to be a pivotal event for warehousing, material handling, logistics, automation, and supply chain professionals. Organised by RX India, IWS continues to be a cornerstone event, uniting the entire industry under one roof.

Highlighting the event will be a special address by Shri Surendra Ahirwar, Joint Secretary Logistics & Trade, Ministry of Commerce & Industry. His insights into India’s evolving logistics landscape will underscore government initiatives aimed at enhancing sector efficiency and competitiveness, aligning with the theme “Streamlining Tomorrow: Transforming Supply Chains through Automation.”

Mr. Umang Gupta, Country General Manager, RX India, emphasised the event’s significance, stating, “With the warehousing & logistics sector’s critical role in the national economy, collaboration across the economic value chain and technological advancements are crucial for growth. Over the decade, India Warehousing Show has emerged as the flagship event connecting policy makers, technology companies, and infrastructure customers.”

Featuring more than 250 exhibitors, IWS will showcase the latest technological advancements and live product demonstrations from leading national and international companies in storage, transportation, and logistics solutions.

The event will also host expert-led panel discussions, industry talk shows, and networking sessions with industry leaders. Topics will range from the National Logistics Policy and optimizing logistical costs to AI, Industry 4.0, sustainability in logistics, and the impact of e-commerce and Q-commerce on consumer experiences.

The Yashobhoomi venue, renowned for its state-of-the-art facilities and expansive space, promises an ideal environment for industry professionals to connect, collaborate, and drive innovation in logistics and supply chain management.