The importance of port connectivity, warehousing and Inland Container Depots in strengthening West Bengal’s logistics infrastructure and boosting regional multimodal connectivity
This report delves into the role of port connectivity, warehousing and Inland Container Depots as critical enablers of efficiency in logistical service delivery in India. It highlights drivers of logistics infrastructure in West Bengal and the state’s strategic locational advantage in terms of enabling trade and commerce in the region by providing multimodal connectivity to neighbouring countries such as Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh along with the bordering states of Bihar, Jharkhand, Sikkim and Assam. This report showcases West Bengal’s potential to become the logistics hub of India’s eastern and north-eastern region.
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