India’s rank has improved to 35th position in Logistics Performance Index (LPI) as compared to 54th in 2014, according to a report by World Bank. It has been improved significantly in two indicators: Customs & Infrastructure.
Indian Cold Chain Industry is growing at an annual rate of 28% as compared to 23 % in 2013. BJP government adopted cluster development approach to enhance the productivity & competitiveness. Under this scheme (MSE-CDP), common facility centers have been created for testing, training center, raw material depot, effluent treatment, complementing production processes, etc. This has been done to ensure better & productive delivery.
Adopting Single-window clearances for trade will help to improve the rank more. Considering the performance in ranking, it has been given status “Adequate Progress”.