Delhivey limited provides supply chain solutions to a diverse base of 21,342 active customers such as e-commerce marketplaces, direct-to-consumer e-tailers and enterprises and smes across several verticals such as fmcg,158 consumer durables, consumer electronics, lifestyle, retail, automotive and manufacturing, in the three months ended june 30, 2021.
They achieved through high-quality logistics infrastructure and network engineering, a vast network of domestic and global partners and significant investments in automation, all of which are orchestrated by their self-developed logistics operating system that is guided in real-time by deep sources of proprietary network and environmental data. Together, these create intersecting flywheels that drive network synergies within and across their services and enhance their value proposition to customers.
This is achieved through high-quality logistics infrastructure and network engineering, a vast network of domestic and global partners and significant investments in automation, all of which are orchestrated by their self-developed logistics operating system that is guided in real-time by deep sources of proprietary network and environmental data. Together, these create intersecting flywheels that drive network synergies within their across our services and enhance their value proposition to customers
As per the redseer report, the Indian logistics market presents a large addressable opportunity, with direct spends on logistics of us$216.0 billion in fiscal 2020 and is expected to grow to approximately us$365.0 billion by fiscal 2026 at a cagr of 9.1%. This growth will be driven by strong underlying economic growth, a favourable regulatory environment, growth of domestic manufacturing, rapid growth of the digital economy and improvements in Indias transportation infrastructure.
India also witnesses high indirect logistics spends, estimated at us$174.0 billion in fiscal 2020 and expected to marginally decline to us$166.0 billion by fiscal 2026, as per the redseer report. These indirect spends are primarily incurred due to inefficiencies such as slow turnaround, high inventory carrying costs and losses due to damages and pilferage.
These inefficiencies have arisen due to legacy reasons such as complex tax structures, poor transportation infrastructures and prolonged under-investment in technology, engineering and data capabilities, automation, skilled labour and talent. As a result, the industry has remained fragmented and unorganized, with organized players in the road transportation, warehousing and supply chain services segments having a market share of approximately 3.5% in fiscal 2020, as per the redseer report
the segments underlying their largest lines of business, namely express parcel delivery, express ptl and warehousing and supply chain services, are expected to grow faster than the logistics industry and to witness consolidation among organized players. As per the redseer report, the express parcel delivery segment, which is highly organized, is expected to grow at a cagr of approximately 28-32% by value to us$10-12 billion by fiscal 2026. Organized players are expected to benefit from the continued growth of e-commerce and the emergence of new business models such as d2c, social commerce and eb2b, which rely heavily on 3pl express delivery. As per the redseer report, the express
ptl segment is expected to grow from approximately us$3 billion in fiscal 2020 to approximately us$9.0 billion in fiscal 2026 at a cagr of 20% and to witness a significant increase in the share of organized players from approximately 24% to 70% during the same period. As per the redseer report, the warehousing and supply chain services segment is expected to grow from approximately us$65.0 billion in fiscal 2020 to approximately us$109.0 billion in fiscal 2026 at a cagr of 9% and witness consolidation of share by organized players from 2.5% to 12-13% during the same period. Among their other business verticals, the tl market is expected to grow by 7% between fiscal 2020 and fiscal 2026 from us$109.0 billion to us$163.0 billion, with the market share of organized players to increase from approximately 1% in fiscal 2020 to more than 3% in fiscal 2026. Similarly, the cross-border air transportation market is expected to grow from us$5.4 billion in fiscal 2020 to us$8.2 billion in fiscal 2026.
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