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1. SMART WAREHOUSE AND ITS BENEFITS 11. CHEMICAL WAREHOUSING
2. WAREHOUSING CHALLENGES 12. TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE WAREHOUSES
3. WAREHOUSING FUTURE IN INDIA 13. GOLD CHAIN
4. LOGISTICS PARKS 14. WAREHOUSING INSULATION.
5. ROBOMATION IN WAREHOUSING
6. ECOMMERCE BOOM SURGES WAREHOUSE SPACE DEMAND
7. WAREHOUSE RENTS IN DEIFFERENT PARTS OF INDIA
8. PEB
9. MATERIAL HANDLING AND ITS TYPES
10. DOCK LEVELLERS
SMART WAREHOUSE:
A Smart Warehouse is well equipped with the world class technologies like forklift trucks,
Reach trucks, robots, Automated Guide Vehicles (AGVs) and Electrified Mono-rail Systems
(EMS) etc., that enable productivity and reduce cost.
*BENEFITS OF SMART WAREHOUSE:
1.Progressive organizations are investing in standard racking systems, docking stations,
material handling equipment, pallets for unitizing loads and integrated IT systems at their
warehouses. Basic standards, automation, and technology and hi-tech robotics will be the
trend in India.
2. In a warehouse where optimized storage with quick transport of material and short access
time is required , we offer innovative storage and retrieval machines that generate electrical
energy and stores, which is again used to accelerate the cranes during horizontal movement,
thus representing the economic and environment friendly side of warehousing automation.
Through minimal energy consumption the environment is protected and the cost of
maintenance is reduced.
3. A company’s smart warehouse system is a key part of their supply chain, controlling the
movement and storage of materials within a warehouse and processing the associated
transactions. The software continually monitors products progress as they move in, through
and out of the warehouse system, ensuring the storage and movement of goods and firmly
under control, even in a multi-echelon storage scenario.
4. Investments should be made in technology for capturing the real –time product information, integrating
the real-time product movement information in the warehouse with the supplier and the customer
order tracking systems. Further investments in automated storage and retrieval are the key. The system
should have spare capacity, which is built to absorb the fluctuations in customer demands.
5. As technology improves, new automated products are being introduced, giving warehouse managers
more options than ever before. Conducting the necessary research and selecting the appropriate
automation for a company’s needs will ultimately result in improved accuracy, speed and productivity.
With the advent of Smart Warehouses, the future of warehouse operations looks very promising.
6. In addition to helping company achieve desired results, smart warehouses add reliability, dependability
and more important predictability to the process. The smart warehouses create a possibility of having
lights out 24/7 operations. Companies which depend on manpower can reassign key personnel to other
areas when needed.
7. Smart warehouses are the next generation warehouses that are integrated with automated
technology to carry out day-to-day operations. The automated technology comprises of
smart lighting, Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGVs), Automated Guided Cars (AGCs),
Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS), Automatic Trailer Loading Vehicles (ATLs),
Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) etc. They adhere to the basic principles of lean
warehousing while creating a safer work environment by cutting down on the probability
of human error.
WAREHOUSING CHALLENGES:
1. SUPPLY SIDE :
# Severe shortage of good quality infrastructure.
# Lack of trained manpower.
# Shallow reach of IT tools in the warehouse.
2. DEMAND SIDE :
# Multimodal demand from all customers.
# Lack of alignment of capacity with cargo flow.
3. OTHER CHALLENGES :
# Basic mistrust between seeker and provider because of which a realistic plan is never
implemented due to lack of transparency.
# Expecting high performance but going for the lowest cost in service. There is always a cost
to quality service.
# Unreasonable growth plan resulting in the service provider making a huge investment, but
due to low growth in the actual business, the return does not match the investment.
# Lack of proper projection, hence unmanageable skews and spikes.
# Inability to adapt to the changing situation and upgrades.
# Inability to innovate.
WAREHOUSING FUTURE IN INDIA
# With the introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) round the corner and Real Estate
Investment Trusts (REITs) likely to be a reality soon, the warehousing sector is looking at
bright days ahead. The total warehousing space requirement in the country’s top seven
markets — Mumbai, NCR, Bangalore, Chennai, Pune, Hyderabad and Ahmadabad — is
expected to grow from 621 mn sq ft in 2016 to 839 mn sq ft by 2020, Knight Frank India has
estimated. At present, 17 mn sq ft of space is transacted annually in these seven warehousing
markets, with the auto & auto ancillary and chemical & pharmaceutical sectors being the
largest demand drivers.
# Balbirsingh Khalsa, national director (industrial), Knight Frank India says, “The demand for
warehousing is on the rise in the manufacturing and consumption sectors. Because of GST,
there will be consolidation in the industry”. The new tax is also expected to help organize the
market better. Ramesh Nair, CEO and country head, JLL India says, “While the existing cities
are expected to retain their leading positions after GST’s rollout, India will witness the
emergence of at least 12 new feeder/warehousing spoke locations”.
# The stock of Grade-A and Grade-B warehouses — the distinction is made on the basis of
construction quality, location, amenities, clients, etc. — is expected to grow faster in the
next few years. According to JLL India, the total stock of Grade-A and Grade-B warehouses
rose 16% to 111.9 mn sq ft in 2016 from 96.8 mn sq ft in 2015 — Grade-A stock rose 27%
compared to the more modest 11% increase in Grade-B stock. “This not only shows a
growing stock of organized warehouses in the country but also a growing preference for
Grade-A warehousing space,” Nair says.
# Except for Pune and Chennai, all cities have a larger Grade-B than Grade-A warehousing
stock, says the JLL report. Nair observes that the difference between Grade-A and Grade-B
stocks is glaring in Delhi-NCR and Mumbai. “In terms of the highest Grade-A and Grade-B
warehouse rentals, Pune and Chennai lead the way due to their proximity to manufacturing
hubs,” he says.
# As for demand drivers, retail e-commerce is expected to more than double its warehousing
requirement to 29 mn sq ft in 2020 from 14 mn sq ft in 2016. Another major area of
opportunity is the agricultural produce and agri-commodities segment. According to industry
estimates, lack of adequate cold storage facilities sees almost 25% of India’s agricultural
produce being wasted. In fact, the losses are estimated to be in the range of 30-40% for many
agri-commodities.
# Given the change that’s afoot, the sector has evoked interest from international institutions
and investors, says Samantak Das, national director (research), Knight Frank India. In October
2015, global private equity firm Warburg Pincus and real estate developer Embassy Group
formed a $250-million joint venture to set up industrial and logistics parks across the country.
Recent reports (unconfirmed) suggest the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board may be
close to buying Indo-Space, one of India’s prominent warehousing companies. “Investment in
warehousing can ensure returns in the range of 10%-24% per annum,” Das points out.
LOGISTICS PARKS
Logistics Park is a logistics organization and management nodes relative concentration of
construction and development, with economic development nature of urban logistics
functional areas. It is also relying on related logistics services and facilities to reduce logistics
costs and improve logistics efficiency and improve the flow of business services processing, raw
material procurement, to facilitate direct contact and consumption the production and other
activities, with the economic function of the nature of industrial development zones. Its
outreach areas: logistics function as an urban zone, logistics park, including logistics center,
distribution center, transportation hub facilities, transport organization Management Center
and logistics information center, as well as to adapt to the operational needs of urban
Logistics management and logistics infrastructure; as an economic functional areas, whose
main is to carry out to meet the urban consumer, the nearest production, regional production
required by the organization of production and business activities of enterprises . According to
the above definition, the modern logistics park has two main functions, of logistics services.
REASONS FOR UNSUCCESSFULNESS OF LOGISTICS PARKS:
1. Poor / minimal hinterland connectivity.
2. Bad road conditions.
3. De-coupled operations of Logistics parks from gateway ports, air and ocean.
4. Non- development of alternate modes of transport.
5. Monopoly of Indian Railways in rail transportation.
6. A not-so amenable trade disposition of Indian Customs.
ROBOMATION IN WAREHOUSING
# Robotics deals with design, construction, operation and application of robots coupled with
computer systems for their control, sensory feedback and information processing.
# Deployment of robots has dramatically changed the concept of traditional warehouses,
leading to mechanization of labor and smart logistics practices.
# As the logistics industry experiences more demand for rapid order fulfillment and accuracy,
supply chain management providers and end-users must come up with a way to meet
customer demands.
# The global market for industrial robotics projects is close to 1,43,000 units by 2015, resulting
from expanding application possibilities, technology developments, rising value propositions,
demographic shifts and ensuing labor shortages.
# Robotics and automation eliminates manufacturer concerns as the technology is more widely
used, affordable and available.
# The global robotics industry is estimated to be worth $17.6 billion, while the Indian robotics
industry is worth approximately $750 million. The later is expected to double over the next
3-4 years.
# The challenges in the way of robotics adoption in India are its high cost, non-availability of
skilled talent and procurement of hardware components. The cost of adopting robotic
technology is very high due to the cost of procuring imported hardware components as well
as training personnel.
# Rising demand for automation in order to strengthen product supply, domestic manufacturing
and value-added warehouse services has resulted in the use of more automated technologies.
E-COMMERCE BOOM SURGES WAREHOUSE SPACE DEMAND:
# India’s warehousing and logistics real estate segment has benefited immensely from the
expansion in e-commerce over the last two years.
# The boom in the e-commerce segment has undoubtedly resulted in an increase in demand
for warehouse space.
# The increase in e-commerce business has put additional pressure on warehouses, as they
are expected to fulfill customer demands directly in addition to replenishing stores.
# The most important factor to sustain as a warehouse for an e-commerce segment is to be
quick, efficient and cost effective because the customer expects delivery between 24-48 hrs.
# With the boom of e-commerce segment, there is indeed an increase in the demand for
warehouse space. It has now opened gates to increase the number of warehouses especially
in close proximity. The increased demand in this segment will now result in much hyper-
efficient and data driven warehouses, also increasing the need for an ideal location to be able
to deliver the products faster.
WAREHOUSING RENT RATES IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF INDIA
REGION CITY NAME CITY
CENTER
DIRECTIO
N FROM
CITY
CENTER
DISTAN
CE
FROM
CITY
CENTE
R
(KM)
WAREHOUSING
AREA
RATE
(RS./SQ
UARE
FEET/M
ONTH)
SOUTH BANGALORE
COCHIN
CHENNAI
MG ROAD
MG ROAD
MG ROAD
MG ROAD
CITY CENTRE
NUNGAMAB
AKKAM
NUNGAMAB
AKKAM
NUNGAMAB
AKKAM
EAST
SOUTH
WEST
NORTH
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
NORTH
SOUTH
WEST
30
45
25
45
30-10
50
35
40
WHITE FIELD
JIGINI INDUSTRIAL AREA
RAJAJI NAGAR
BANGALORE NORTH
CITY AND OUTSKIRTS
REDHILLS TO
GUMMUDIPOONDI
TAMBARAM
OUTER,SITALABAKKAM
SRIPERUMPUDUR,POON
AMALLEE,NUMBAL
30 30
45 45
25 25
45 45
12-7 4-2
25 9
26 NA
25 NA
CO
VE
RE
D
OP
EN
CENTRAL BHOPAL
INDORE
RAIPUR
MP NAGAR
MP NAGAR
MP NAGAR
CITY CENTRE
CITY CENTRE
EAST
WEST
NORTH
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
10
17
18
10-30
10-30
GOVINDPURA
BYPASS ROAD
MANDIDEEP
ROAD
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
14 5
13 4
11 5
7-12 2-4
7-12 2-4
NORTH NEW DELHI
JAIPUR
LUCKNOW
MEERUT
CONNAUGHT
PLACE
CONNAUGHT
PLACE
CONNAUGHT
PLACE
CONNAUGHT
PLACE
CITY CENTRE
CITY CENTRE
CITY CENTRE
CITY CENTRE
SOUTH
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
EAST
NORTH
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
20
32
35
33
25
15
15
10-30
OKHLA
ALIPUR/NAREL
A
MUNDA
BAKOLI
VILLAGE
RAMGARH RD.
V.K.I AREA
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
30 7
25 5
26 5
15 2
15 4
17 6
18 4
7-12 2-4
EAST KOLKATA KHIDIRPORE
(PORT)
HALDIA
FALTA
DANKUNI
CITY CENTRE
WEST
SOUTH
EAST
NORTH
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
18
120
49
27
0-30
KOLKATA PORT
HALDIA DOCK
FALTA
INDUSTRIAL
AREA
DANKUNI
INDUSTRIAL
ZONE
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
24 7
19 6
18 5
16 6
7-15 2-4
WEST MUMBAI
MUMBAI
MUMBAI
AHMEDABAD
PUNE
NAGPUR
NARIMAN
POINT
NARIMAN
POINT
NARIMAN
POINT
CITY CENTRE
CITY CENTRE
CITY CENTRE
CITY
EAST
NORTH
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
0-30
45-75
75
10-30
10-30
10-30
MUMBAI
BHIWANDI/PA
NVEL/TALOJA
VASAI
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
CITY AND
OUTSKIRTS
45-75 18
21-24 5
14 5
20 4
12-15 4
12-15 4
WAREHOUSING CLUSTERS
1. BHIWANDI WAREHOUSING HUB
LOCATION APPROXIMATE DISTANCE(K.M) APPROXIMATE TRANSIT TIME(HOURS)
MUMBAI CITY 35 1-1.5
(DADAR)
THANE CITY 10 0.5-1.0
NAVI MUMBAI 25 1-1.5
(VASHI)
JNPT PORT 50 1.5-2
MUMBAI PORT 45 1.5-2
MUMBAI INTER- 30 1-1.5
NATIONAL AIRPORT
PUNE(HINJEWADI) 150 2.5-3.0
2. PANVEL WAREHOUSING HUB
LOCATION APPROXIMATE DISTANCE(K.M) APPROXIMATE TRANSIT TIME(HOURS)
MUMBAI CITY 58 1-1.5
CENTER
NEAREST PORT 2-40 0.5
DELHI-NCR 1,476 20-21
NASHIK 176 2.5-3
PUNE 114 1.5-2
3.CHAKAN WAREHOUSING HUB:
DISTANCE FROM KM. TRAVEL TIME IN HOURS
PUNE CITY CENTRE 32 0.5-1
NEAREST PORT (JNPT) 138 3.5-4
CHAKAN MIDC 0 0
TELEGAON MIDC 20 0.5-1
RANJANGAON MIDC 50 1-1.5
SANASWADI INDUSTRIAL CLUSTER 40 1-1.25
SHIRWAL INDUSTRIAL CLUSTER 85 1.5-2
4. WAGHOLI-LONIKAND AND SANASWADI WAREHOUSING HUB:
DISTANCE FROM KM. TRAVEL TIME IN HOURS
PUNE CITY CENTRE 34 0.5-1
NEAREST PORT (JNPT) 170 4-4.5
LONIKAND-SANASWADI INDUSTRIAL
CLUSTER
0 0
CHAKAN MIDC 40 1-1.5
TELEGAON MIDC 60 1.5-2
RANJANGAON MIDC 22 0.25-0.5
SHIRWAL INDUSTRIAL CLUSTER 80 1.5-2
PEB
India is changing rapidly with the adoption of innovative technologies which are quick,
smart and cost effective. In recent years, the warehousing industry has witnessed major
technological revolution. The focus is more towards the acceptance of modern
techniques to enhance the quality, integrity and longevity of the products stored or
preserved. From normal RCC to smart Pre Engineered Building (PEB) warehouses, the
industry has come a long way.
ADVANTAGES OF PRE-ENGINEERED BUILDING SYSTEMS
1.Reduced Construction Time:
Due to the systems approach, the use of high strength steel, use of tapered built-up
sections which are optimized by the computerized design program and the use of
continuous light gage secondary steel section, there is an overall reduction in steel
weight, cost and time relative to conventional steel construction.
2.Design:
Since PEB’s are mainly formed of standard sections and connections, the design time is
significantly reduced. Specialized computer analysis and design programs optimize material
require. Drafting also computerized using standard details that minimizes project
custom details. The low-weight flexible frames offer higher resistance to seismic forces.
3.Lower Cost:
Due to the systems approach, there is a significant saving in design, manufacturing and
site erection cost. The structural elements are shaped to follow the stress diagram of the
member, thus reducing weight, cost and load to foundations. The secondary members
and cladding nest together reducing transportation cost. The overall price per square
meter may be reduced as much as 30% lower than conventional steel.
4. Foundations:
Pre-engineered Buildings are about 30% lighter than the conventional steel structures.
Hence, the foundations are of simple design, easy to construct and lighter weights.
5. Erection:
Since all the connections of the different components are standard, the erection time is
faster.
6. Flexibility of Expansion:
Buildings can be easily expanded in length by adding additional bays. Also, expansion in
width and height is possible by pre-designing for future expansion.
7.Large Clear Spans:
Buildings can be supplied to around 90M clear spans.
8. Quality Control:
As buildings are manufactured completely in the factory under controlled conditions, the
quality is assured.
9.Low Maintenance:
Buildings are supplied with high quality paint systems for cladding and steel to suit ambient
conditions at site, which results in long durability and low maintenance costs.
10.Energy Efficient Roof and Wall Systems:
Buildings can be supplied with polyurethane insulated panels or fiberglass blanket insulation
to achieve required ‘U’ values.
11.Architectural Versatility:
Buildings can be supplied with various types of fascias, canopies, and curved eaves and
designed to receive pre-cast concrete wall panels, curtain walls, block walls and other wall
systems.
MATERIAL HANDLING:
Material handling deals with equipment relate to movement, storage, control and protection
Of materials, goods and products throughout the processes of manufacturing and distribution.
The size of the Indian MHE industry is estimated to be approximately Rs.5000 crore, and is
likely to grow 20 percent year-on-year in the next five years.
PRIMARY OBJECTIVES OF MATERIAL HANDLING:
1. Increase efficiency of material flow.
2. Improve facility utilization.
3. Improve safety and working conditions.
4. Facilitate the manufacturing process.
TYPES OF MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT:
1. Loading equipment : This type of equipment aims to provide the facility to load and unload
vehicles.
2. Lifting and Transport equipment: This type of equipment is used to move the product
around the production facility, from loading bay to
storage, from storage to production, around production,
from production to storage and finally from storage to
loading bay.
3. Storage equipment: As the name suggests, it is used to store materials, components and
assemblies.
DOCK LEVELERS:
Dock Levelers are well-designed solutions for precisely compensating the differences in
height between various lorry floors and ramps. Using a dock leveler, the load can be
moved in or out of the lorry in a single horizontal movement.
A sturdy steel construction with anti-twist platform easily compensates for lorry tilting,
even if the load is not distributed evenly.
Reliable hydraulics with 2 lifting cylinders and a cylinder for the lip is the right choice for
any situation, easy to operate and, above all, safe: these dock levelers are equipped with
automatic emergency stop valves in the lifting cylinders. They secure the dock leveler
right away. This is important, for example, if a lorry drives away while a load is still on the
platform
CHEMICAL WAREHOUSING:
Addressed to anyone with responsibility for storing dangerous substances, regardless of
facility size. Includes control measures aimed at elimination or reduction of risks due to
storage of packaged dangerous goods. With good practice advice on the design of new
facilities (also, within practical limits, regarding existing sites) and especially applies to
transit/distribution warehouses, open-air compounds and locations generally associated with
a chemical production site or end user.
TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE WAREHOUSES:
It offers the following facilities :
# Temperature maintained between 15-25° C (59-77° F)
# Humidity maintained between 35-65% RH
# 24/7 Temperature and humidity monitoring with remote alerts and battery backup
# Redundant HVAC system to ensure continuous operation
# State-of-the-art WMS system
# Security systems with video surveillance and alarms
# Epoxy sealed floors to ensure a dust-free environment
# Pest-control procedures
# Quality control processes
# Full GMP and GDP compliance
COLD CHAIN
A cold chain is a temperature- controlled supply chain.
An unbroken cold chain is an uninterrupted series of refrigerated production,
storage and distribution activities, along with associated equipment and logistics, which
maintain a desired low-temperature range. It is used to preserve and to extend and ensure
the shelf life of products, such as fresh agricultural produce, seafood, frozen food,
photographic film, chemicals, and pharmaceutical drugs. Such products, during transport
and when in transient storage, are called cool cargo. Unlike other goods or merchandise,
cold chain goods are perishable and always en route towards end use or destination, even
when held temporarily in cold stores and hence commonly referred to as cargo during its
entire logistics cycle.
WAREHOUSING INSULATION:
Installing insulation can help:
1.Make for a healthier environment
2.Reduce energy costs
3.Keep the space cooler and more comfortable, which is ideal for Houston’s high-heat
environment
4.Improve the functionality of your commercial buildings HVAC system
5.Reduce noises from inside and outside of the building
We can insulate warehouses, factories and other commercial buildings with a myriad of
materials, including:
Spray foam. This material is applied wet and expands into thick foam. Made with
polyurethane, spray foam can be installed in crevices and other hard-to-reach areas while
reducing air infiltration.
Fiberglass. Made of tiny glass fibers, this product can be installed in many different areas
of a building.
Cellulose. This environmentally friendly product tends to take less energy to make than
other insulation materials and consists of up to 85 percent recycled materials.
Rigid Board. Also known as rigid foam, this product is typically installed in new buildings.
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Warehouse, Warehousing decision model , managing warehouse operations, Indian warehousing, warehousing rent list

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  • 2. 1. SMART WAREHOUSE AND ITS BENEFITS 11. CHEMICAL WAREHOUSING 2. WAREHOUSING CHALLENGES 12. TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE WAREHOUSES 3. WAREHOUSING FUTURE IN INDIA 13. GOLD CHAIN 4. LOGISTICS PARKS 14. WAREHOUSING INSULATION. 5. ROBOMATION IN WAREHOUSING 6. ECOMMERCE BOOM SURGES WAREHOUSE SPACE DEMAND 7. WAREHOUSE RENTS IN DEIFFERENT PARTS OF INDIA 8. PEB 9. MATERIAL HANDLING AND ITS TYPES 10. DOCK LEVELLERS
  • 3. SMART WAREHOUSE: A Smart Warehouse is well equipped with the world class technologies like forklift trucks, Reach trucks, robots, Automated Guide Vehicles (AGVs) and Electrified Mono-rail Systems (EMS) etc., that enable productivity and reduce cost. *BENEFITS OF SMART WAREHOUSE: 1.Progressive organizations are investing in standard racking systems, docking stations, material handling equipment, pallets for unitizing loads and integrated IT systems at their warehouses. Basic standards, automation, and technology and hi-tech robotics will be the trend in India.
  • 4. 2. In a warehouse where optimized storage with quick transport of material and short access time is required , we offer innovative storage and retrieval machines that generate electrical energy and stores, which is again used to accelerate the cranes during horizontal movement, thus representing the economic and environment friendly side of warehousing automation. Through minimal energy consumption the environment is protected and the cost of maintenance is reduced. 3. A company’s smart warehouse system is a key part of their supply chain, controlling the movement and storage of materials within a warehouse and processing the associated transactions. The software continually monitors products progress as they move in, through and out of the warehouse system, ensuring the storage and movement of goods and firmly under control, even in a multi-echelon storage scenario.
  • 5. 4. Investments should be made in technology for capturing the real –time product information, integrating the real-time product movement information in the warehouse with the supplier and the customer order tracking systems. Further investments in automated storage and retrieval are the key. The system should have spare capacity, which is built to absorb the fluctuations in customer demands. 5. As technology improves, new automated products are being introduced, giving warehouse managers more options than ever before. Conducting the necessary research and selecting the appropriate automation for a company’s needs will ultimately result in improved accuracy, speed and productivity. With the advent of Smart Warehouses, the future of warehouse operations looks very promising. 6. In addition to helping company achieve desired results, smart warehouses add reliability, dependability and more important predictability to the process. The smart warehouses create a possibility of having lights out 24/7 operations. Companies which depend on manpower can reassign key personnel to other areas when needed.
  • 6. 7. Smart warehouses are the next generation warehouses that are integrated with automated technology to carry out day-to-day operations. The automated technology comprises of smart lighting, Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGVs), Automated Guided Cars (AGCs), Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS), Automatic Trailer Loading Vehicles (ATLs), Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) etc. They adhere to the basic principles of lean warehousing while creating a safer work environment by cutting down on the probability of human error.
  • 7. WAREHOUSING CHALLENGES: 1. SUPPLY SIDE : # Severe shortage of good quality infrastructure. # Lack of trained manpower. # Shallow reach of IT tools in the warehouse. 2. DEMAND SIDE : # Multimodal demand from all customers. # Lack of alignment of capacity with cargo flow. 3. OTHER CHALLENGES : # Basic mistrust between seeker and provider because of which a realistic plan is never implemented due to lack of transparency.
  • 8. # Expecting high performance but going for the lowest cost in service. There is always a cost to quality service. # Unreasonable growth plan resulting in the service provider making a huge investment, but due to low growth in the actual business, the return does not match the investment. # Lack of proper projection, hence unmanageable skews and spikes. # Inability to adapt to the changing situation and upgrades. # Inability to innovate.
  • 9. WAREHOUSING FUTURE IN INDIA # With the introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) round the corner and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) likely to be a reality soon, the warehousing sector is looking at bright days ahead. The total warehousing space requirement in the country’s top seven markets — Mumbai, NCR, Bangalore, Chennai, Pune, Hyderabad and Ahmadabad — is expected to grow from 621 mn sq ft in 2016 to 839 mn sq ft by 2020, Knight Frank India has estimated. At present, 17 mn sq ft of space is transacted annually in these seven warehousing markets, with the auto & auto ancillary and chemical & pharmaceutical sectors being the largest demand drivers.
  • 10. # Balbirsingh Khalsa, national director (industrial), Knight Frank India says, “The demand for warehousing is on the rise in the manufacturing and consumption sectors. Because of GST, there will be consolidation in the industry”. The new tax is also expected to help organize the market better. Ramesh Nair, CEO and country head, JLL India says, “While the existing cities are expected to retain their leading positions after GST’s rollout, India will witness the emergence of at least 12 new feeder/warehousing spoke locations”. # The stock of Grade-A and Grade-B warehouses — the distinction is made on the basis of construction quality, location, amenities, clients, etc. — is expected to grow faster in the next few years. According to JLL India, the total stock of Grade-A and Grade-B warehouses rose 16% to 111.9 mn sq ft in 2016 from 96.8 mn sq ft in 2015 — Grade-A stock rose 27% compared to the more modest 11% increase in Grade-B stock. “This not only shows a
  • 11. growing stock of organized warehouses in the country but also a growing preference for Grade-A warehousing space,” Nair says. # Except for Pune and Chennai, all cities have a larger Grade-B than Grade-A warehousing stock, says the JLL report. Nair observes that the difference between Grade-A and Grade-B stocks is glaring in Delhi-NCR and Mumbai. “In terms of the highest Grade-A and Grade-B warehouse rentals, Pune and Chennai lead the way due to their proximity to manufacturing hubs,” he says. # As for demand drivers, retail e-commerce is expected to more than double its warehousing requirement to 29 mn sq ft in 2020 from 14 mn sq ft in 2016. Another major area of opportunity is the agricultural produce and agri-commodities segment. According to industry estimates, lack of adequate cold storage facilities sees almost 25% of India’s agricultural
  • 12. produce being wasted. In fact, the losses are estimated to be in the range of 30-40% for many agri-commodities. # Given the change that’s afoot, the sector has evoked interest from international institutions and investors, says Samantak Das, national director (research), Knight Frank India. In October 2015, global private equity firm Warburg Pincus and real estate developer Embassy Group formed a $250-million joint venture to set up industrial and logistics parks across the country. Recent reports (unconfirmed) suggest the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board may be close to buying Indo-Space, one of India’s prominent warehousing companies. “Investment in warehousing can ensure returns in the range of 10%-24% per annum,” Das points out.
  • 13. LOGISTICS PARKS Logistics Park is a logistics organization and management nodes relative concentration of construction and development, with economic development nature of urban logistics functional areas. It is also relying on related logistics services and facilities to reduce logistics costs and improve logistics efficiency and improve the flow of business services processing, raw material procurement, to facilitate direct contact and consumption the production and other activities, with the economic function of the nature of industrial development zones. Its outreach areas: logistics function as an urban zone, logistics park, including logistics center, distribution center, transportation hub facilities, transport organization Management Center and logistics information center, as well as to adapt to the operational needs of urban Logistics management and logistics infrastructure; as an economic functional areas, whose
  • 14. main is to carry out to meet the urban consumer, the nearest production, regional production required by the organization of production and business activities of enterprises . According to the above definition, the modern logistics park has two main functions, of logistics services. REASONS FOR UNSUCCESSFULNESS OF LOGISTICS PARKS: 1. Poor / minimal hinterland connectivity. 2. Bad road conditions. 3. De-coupled operations of Logistics parks from gateway ports, air and ocean. 4. Non- development of alternate modes of transport. 5. Monopoly of Indian Railways in rail transportation. 6. A not-so amenable trade disposition of Indian Customs.
  • 15. ROBOMATION IN WAREHOUSING # Robotics deals with design, construction, operation and application of robots coupled with computer systems for their control, sensory feedback and information processing. # Deployment of robots has dramatically changed the concept of traditional warehouses, leading to mechanization of labor and smart logistics practices. # As the logistics industry experiences more demand for rapid order fulfillment and accuracy, supply chain management providers and end-users must come up with a way to meet customer demands. # The global market for industrial robotics projects is close to 1,43,000 units by 2015, resulting from expanding application possibilities, technology developments, rising value propositions,
  • 16. demographic shifts and ensuing labor shortages. # Robotics and automation eliminates manufacturer concerns as the technology is more widely used, affordable and available. # The global robotics industry is estimated to be worth $17.6 billion, while the Indian robotics industry is worth approximately $750 million. The later is expected to double over the next 3-4 years. # The challenges in the way of robotics adoption in India are its high cost, non-availability of skilled talent and procurement of hardware components. The cost of adopting robotic technology is very high due to the cost of procuring imported hardware components as well as training personnel.
  • 17. # Rising demand for automation in order to strengthen product supply, domestic manufacturing and value-added warehouse services has resulted in the use of more automated technologies. E-COMMERCE BOOM SURGES WAREHOUSE SPACE DEMAND: # India’s warehousing and logistics real estate segment has benefited immensely from the expansion in e-commerce over the last two years. # The boom in the e-commerce segment has undoubtedly resulted in an increase in demand for warehouse space. # The increase in e-commerce business has put additional pressure on warehouses, as they are expected to fulfill customer demands directly in addition to replenishing stores. # The most important factor to sustain as a warehouse for an e-commerce segment is to be quick, efficient and cost effective because the customer expects delivery between 24-48 hrs.
  • 18. # With the boom of e-commerce segment, there is indeed an increase in the demand for warehouse space. It has now opened gates to increase the number of warehouses especially in close proximity. The increased demand in this segment will now result in much hyper- efficient and data driven warehouses, also increasing the need for an ideal location to be able to deliver the products faster.
  • 19. WAREHOUSING RENT RATES IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF INDIA REGION CITY NAME CITY CENTER DIRECTIO N FROM CITY CENTER DISTAN CE FROM CITY CENTE R (KM) WAREHOUSING AREA RATE (RS./SQ UARE FEET/M ONTH) SOUTH BANGALORE COCHIN CHENNAI MG ROAD MG ROAD MG ROAD MG ROAD CITY CENTRE NUNGAMAB AKKAM NUNGAMAB AKKAM NUNGAMAB AKKAM EAST SOUTH WEST NORTH CITY AND OUTSKIRTS NORTH SOUTH WEST 30 45 25 45 30-10 50 35 40 WHITE FIELD JIGINI INDUSTRIAL AREA RAJAJI NAGAR BANGALORE NORTH CITY AND OUTSKIRTS REDHILLS TO GUMMUDIPOONDI TAMBARAM OUTER,SITALABAKKAM SRIPERUMPUDUR,POON AMALLEE,NUMBAL 30 30 45 45 25 25 45 45 12-7 4-2 25 9 26 NA 25 NA CO VE RE D OP EN
  • 20. CENTRAL BHOPAL INDORE RAIPUR MP NAGAR MP NAGAR MP NAGAR CITY CENTRE CITY CENTRE EAST WEST NORTH CITY AND OUTSKIRTS CITY AND OUTSKIRTS 10 17 18 10-30 10-30 GOVINDPURA BYPASS ROAD MANDIDEEP ROAD CITY AND OUTSKIRTS CITY AND OUTSKIRTS 14 5 13 4 11 5 7-12 2-4 7-12 2-4 NORTH NEW DELHI JAIPUR LUCKNOW MEERUT CONNAUGHT PLACE CONNAUGHT PLACE CONNAUGHT PLACE CONNAUGHT PLACE CITY CENTRE CITY CENTRE CITY CENTRE CITY CENTRE SOUTH NORTH NORTH NORTH EAST NORTH CITY AND OUTSKIRTS CITY AND OUTSKIRTS 20 32 35 33 25 15 15 10-30 OKHLA ALIPUR/NAREL A MUNDA BAKOLI VILLAGE RAMGARH RD. V.K.I AREA CITY AND OUTSKIRTS CITY AND OUTSKIRTS 30 7 25 5 26 5 15 2 15 4 17 6 18 4 7-12 2-4
  • 21. EAST KOLKATA KHIDIRPORE (PORT) HALDIA FALTA DANKUNI CITY CENTRE WEST SOUTH EAST NORTH CITY AND OUTSKIRTS 18 120 49 27 0-30 KOLKATA PORT HALDIA DOCK FALTA INDUSTRIAL AREA DANKUNI INDUSTRIAL ZONE CITY AND OUTSKIRTS 24 7 19 6 18 5 16 6 7-15 2-4 WEST MUMBAI MUMBAI MUMBAI AHMEDABAD PUNE NAGPUR NARIMAN POINT NARIMAN POINT NARIMAN POINT CITY CENTRE CITY CENTRE CITY CENTRE CITY EAST NORTH CITY AND OUTSKIRTS CITY AND OUTSKIRTS CITY AND OUTSKIRTS 0-30 45-75 75 10-30 10-30 10-30 MUMBAI BHIWANDI/PA NVEL/TALOJA VASAI CITY AND OUTSKIRTS CITY AND OUTSKIRTS CITY AND OUTSKIRTS 45-75 18 21-24 5 14 5 20 4 12-15 4 12-15 4
  • 22. WAREHOUSING CLUSTERS 1. BHIWANDI WAREHOUSING HUB LOCATION APPROXIMATE DISTANCE(K.M) APPROXIMATE TRANSIT TIME(HOURS) MUMBAI CITY 35 1-1.5 (DADAR) THANE CITY 10 0.5-1.0 NAVI MUMBAI 25 1-1.5 (VASHI) JNPT PORT 50 1.5-2 MUMBAI PORT 45 1.5-2 MUMBAI INTER- 30 1-1.5 NATIONAL AIRPORT PUNE(HINJEWADI) 150 2.5-3.0
  • 23. 2. PANVEL WAREHOUSING HUB LOCATION APPROXIMATE DISTANCE(K.M) APPROXIMATE TRANSIT TIME(HOURS) MUMBAI CITY 58 1-1.5 CENTER NEAREST PORT 2-40 0.5 DELHI-NCR 1,476 20-21 NASHIK 176 2.5-3 PUNE 114 1.5-2
  • 24. 3.CHAKAN WAREHOUSING HUB: DISTANCE FROM KM. TRAVEL TIME IN HOURS PUNE CITY CENTRE 32 0.5-1 NEAREST PORT (JNPT) 138 3.5-4 CHAKAN MIDC 0 0 TELEGAON MIDC 20 0.5-1 RANJANGAON MIDC 50 1-1.5 SANASWADI INDUSTRIAL CLUSTER 40 1-1.25 SHIRWAL INDUSTRIAL CLUSTER 85 1.5-2
  • 25. 4. WAGHOLI-LONIKAND AND SANASWADI WAREHOUSING HUB: DISTANCE FROM KM. TRAVEL TIME IN HOURS PUNE CITY CENTRE 34 0.5-1 NEAREST PORT (JNPT) 170 4-4.5 LONIKAND-SANASWADI INDUSTRIAL CLUSTER 0 0 CHAKAN MIDC 40 1-1.5 TELEGAON MIDC 60 1.5-2 RANJANGAON MIDC 22 0.25-0.5 SHIRWAL INDUSTRIAL CLUSTER 80 1.5-2
  • 26. PEB India is changing rapidly with the adoption of innovative technologies which are quick, smart and cost effective. In recent years, the warehousing industry has witnessed major technological revolution. The focus is more towards the acceptance of modern techniques to enhance the quality, integrity and longevity of the products stored or preserved. From normal RCC to smart Pre Engineered Building (PEB) warehouses, the industry has come a long way. ADVANTAGES OF PRE-ENGINEERED BUILDING SYSTEMS 1.Reduced Construction Time: Due to the systems approach, the use of high strength steel, use of tapered built-up sections which are optimized by the computerized design program and the use of continuous light gage secondary steel section, there is an overall reduction in steel weight, cost and time relative to conventional steel construction.
  • 27. 2.Design: Since PEB’s are mainly formed of standard sections and connections, the design time is significantly reduced. Specialized computer analysis and design programs optimize material require. Drafting also computerized using standard details that minimizes project custom details. The low-weight flexible frames offer higher resistance to seismic forces. 3.Lower Cost: Due to the systems approach, there is a significant saving in design, manufacturing and site erection cost. The structural elements are shaped to follow the stress diagram of the member, thus reducing weight, cost and load to foundations. The secondary members and cladding nest together reducing transportation cost. The overall price per square meter may be reduced as much as 30% lower than conventional steel.
  • 28. 4. Foundations: Pre-engineered Buildings are about 30% lighter than the conventional steel structures. Hence, the foundations are of simple design, easy to construct and lighter weights. 5. Erection: Since all the connections of the different components are standard, the erection time is faster. 6. Flexibility of Expansion: Buildings can be easily expanded in length by adding additional bays. Also, expansion in width and height is possible by pre-designing for future expansion. 7.Large Clear Spans: Buildings can be supplied to around 90M clear spans.
  • 29. 8. Quality Control: As buildings are manufactured completely in the factory under controlled conditions, the quality is assured. 9.Low Maintenance: Buildings are supplied with high quality paint systems for cladding and steel to suit ambient conditions at site, which results in long durability and low maintenance costs. 10.Energy Efficient Roof and Wall Systems: Buildings can be supplied with polyurethane insulated panels or fiberglass blanket insulation to achieve required ‘U’ values. 11.Architectural Versatility: Buildings can be supplied with various types of fascias, canopies, and curved eaves and designed to receive pre-cast concrete wall panels, curtain walls, block walls and other wall systems.
  • 30. MATERIAL HANDLING: Material handling deals with equipment relate to movement, storage, control and protection Of materials, goods and products throughout the processes of manufacturing and distribution. The size of the Indian MHE industry is estimated to be approximately Rs.5000 crore, and is likely to grow 20 percent year-on-year in the next five years. PRIMARY OBJECTIVES OF MATERIAL HANDLING: 1. Increase efficiency of material flow. 2. Improve facility utilization. 3. Improve safety and working conditions. 4. Facilitate the manufacturing process.
  • 31. TYPES OF MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT: 1. Loading equipment : This type of equipment aims to provide the facility to load and unload vehicles. 2. Lifting and Transport equipment: This type of equipment is used to move the product around the production facility, from loading bay to storage, from storage to production, around production, from production to storage and finally from storage to loading bay. 3. Storage equipment: As the name suggests, it is used to store materials, components and assemblies.
  • 32. DOCK LEVELERS: Dock Levelers are well-designed solutions for precisely compensating the differences in height between various lorry floors and ramps. Using a dock leveler, the load can be moved in or out of the lorry in a single horizontal movement. A sturdy steel construction with anti-twist platform easily compensates for lorry tilting, even if the load is not distributed evenly. Reliable hydraulics with 2 lifting cylinders and a cylinder for the lip is the right choice for any situation, easy to operate and, above all, safe: these dock levelers are equipped with automatic emergency stop valves in the lifting cylinders. They secure the dock leveler right away. This is important, for example, if a lorry drives away while a load is still on the platform
  • 33. CHEMICAL WAREHOUSING: Addressed to anyone with responsibility for storing dangerous substances, regardless of facility size. Includes control measures aimed at elimination or reduction of risks due to storage of packaged dangerous goods. With good practice advice on the design of new facilities (also, within practical limits, regarding existing sites) and especially applies to transit/distribution warehouses, open-air compounds and locations generally associated with a chemical production site or end user. TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE WAREHOUSES: It offers the following facilities : # Temperature maintained between 15-25° C (59-77° F) # Humidity maintained between 35-65% RH # 24/7 Temperature and humidity monitoring with remote alerts and battery backup # Redundant HVAC system to ensure continuous operation
  • 34. # State-of-the-art WMS system # Security systems with video surveillance and alarms # Epoxy sealed floors to ensure a dust-free environment # Pest-control procedures # Quality control processes # Full GMP and GDP compliance
  • 35. COLD CHAIN A cold chain is a temperature- controlled supply chain. An unbroken cold chain is an uninterrupted series of refrigerated production, storage and distribution activities, along with associated equipment and logistics, which maintain a desired low-temperature range. It is used to preserve and to extend and ensure the shelf life of products, such as fresh agricultural produce, seafood, frozen food, photographic film, chemicals, and pharmaceutical drugs. Such products, during transport and when in transient storage, are called cool cargo. Unlike other goods or merchandise, cold chain goods are perishable and always en route towards end use or destination, even when held temporarily in cold stores and hence commonly referred to as cargo during its entire logistics cycle.
  • 36. WAREHOUSING INSULATION: Installing insulation can help: 1.Make for a healthier environment 2.Reduce energy costs 3.Keep the space cooler and more comfortable, which is ideal for Houston’s high-heat environment 4.Improve the functionality of your commercial buildings HVAC system 5.Reduce noises from inside and outside of the building
  • 37. We can insulate warehouses, factories and other commercial buildings with a myriad of materials, including: Spray foam. This material is applied wet and expands into thick foam. Made with polyurethane, spray foam can be installed in crevices and other hard-to-reach areas while reducing air infiltration. Fiberglass. Made of tiny glass fibers, this product can be installed in many different areas of a building. Cellulose. This environmentally friendly product tends to take less energy to make than other insulation materials and consists of up to 85 percent recycled materials. Rigid Board. Also known as rigid foam, this product is typically installed in new buildings.