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The scarcity of land near ports coupled with the rising volume of containers to be processed has forced most shipping terminals to move from the chassis system to systems that permit stacking of containers. The current trend in the industry is to use existing facilities more efficiently through the application of advanced technologies, better logistics and automation. High density, high productivity terminals that utilize the existing land more efficiently will become very attractive alternatives as the demand rises and competition puts pressures for higher productivity at a lower cost.

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Unitization of Cargo for improvement of logistics cost and saving of country exchequer:

India's growth rate is pegged at 7.5% per annum. With this growth rate the Exim trade is bound to increase substantially. The finished goods export or import will be moving from the coast to the hinterland through complex process of non-value added outdated methods and logistical hurdles.

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