Revenue of Indian logistics companies to fall 6-8% in FY2021: ICRA

The Director-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has expanded the validity of 'recurrent' certifications for shipment of all types of hazardous products until June 30 in a significant relief for the air freight industry. Thanks to the shutdown since the Covid-19 pandemic, air passenger activity has fallen to a standstill but air freight handling persists at airports. src: thehindubusinessline.com

Revenue of Indian logistics companies to fall 6-8% in FY2021: ICRA

In its credit rating agency’s latest Q3 FY2021 report, ICRA expects Indian logistics companies’ sales declining 6-8 percent in the fiscal year 2021. While it falls in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and 40-day lockout, the sector’s medium-term growth prospects remain good, backed by stimulants on the demand and supply side.

The near-term prospects of the domestic freight transport market were adversely affected by the dramatic increase in the country’s COVID -19 pandemic, and the 40-day lockdown implemented to contain it. In addition to the resulting recession, with limitations on the production of non-essential products and a lack of fleet and drivers to transport essentials.

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