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Air Import Process and 
Documentation at Logistics Services 
SBU of Balmer Lawrie and Co. Ltd, 
Chennai 
Summer Training P...
Objectives 
1. Study of Air Cargo Supply Chain Management 
Process 
2. Learning of E-Freight functional overview 
3. Study...
Logistics Management
Supply Chain in Air Cargo
Balmer Lawrie and Co. Ltd
Import Process Overview 
• Export Manifest 
• Master Airway Bill 
• House Airway Bill 
• Invoice 
• Packing List
Documentation 
Trade Documents: 
Purchase Order 
Commercial Invoice 
Packing List 
Certificate of Origin 
Transport Docume...
INCO Terms
SWOT Analysis of Indian Logistics 
Industry 
Strength 
• Logistics Industry contribute 13% in GDP in 
India 
• Ranked at 4...
Weakness 
• Poor performance in infrastructure facilities in 
India 
• State and Central government policies Lack of 
serv...
Opportunities – Growth and Future of 
Logistics market in India 
• Global trade boom 
• Rapid economic growth 
• 100% FDI ...
Threats – Key Challenges faced by the 
Indian Logistics Sector 
• Logistics has been a high-cost, low-margin 
business 
• ...
Learning 
• The Cargo Import process 
• Managerial roles and responsibilities 
• Functions and procedures involved in Air ...
THANK YOU
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Summer Training Program-Air import process and documentation at Balmer Lawrie and Co Ltd-Logistics Services

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The training is taken at Logistics Services SBU of Balmer Lawrie & Co. Ltd., Chennai. Through a detailed study, I got to know the history, functional areas and performance of the organization. The training covers practical exposure to Air cargo import process and documentation thereby providing me with a very good opportunity to understand the internal working environment of the organization. The scope of the training program is confined to Import process with respect to Air Cargo in Balmer Lawrie – Logistics Services. This is a preliminary work study for those students who prefer to take up their main project work in any Logistics Industry.

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Summer Training Program-Air import process and documentation at Balmer Lawrie and Co Ltd-Logistics Services

  1. 1. Air Import Process and Documentation at Logistics Services SBU of Balmer Lawrie and Co. Ltd, Chennai Summer Training Presentation
  2. 2. Objectives 1. Study of Air Cargo Supply Chain Management Process 2. Learning of E-Freight functional overview 3. Study of Air Cargo Import Process 4. Study of Documentation procedure in Balmer Lawrie – Logistics Services 5. Learning of Standard Operating Procedure in Balmer Lawrie for Air Cargo Import Operation and Consolidation
  3. 3. Logistics Management
  4. 4. Supply Chain in Air Cargo
  5. 5. Balmer Lawrie and Co. Ltd
  6. 6. Import Process Overview • Export Manifest • Master Airway Bill • House Airway Bill • Invoice • Packing List
  7. 7. Documentation Trade Documents: Purchase Order Commercial Invoice Packing List Certificate of Origin Transport Documents: Flight Manifest Airway Bill House Manifest House Airway Bill
  8. 8. INCO Terms
  9. 9. SWOT Analysis of Indian Logistics Industry Strength • Logistics Industry contribute 13% in GDP in India • Ranked at 46th position in world in 2013 • Vital role in Import and Export Business • Cheap labor available in India • Improving infrastructure like development of new roads, rail road, ports
  10. 10. Weakness • Poor performance in infrastructure facilities in India • State and Central government policies Lack of service branches abroad • State of cold storages is poor • Warehouse space deficit
  11. 11. Opportunities – Growth and Future of Logistics market in India • Global trade boom • Rapid economic growth • 100% FDI in Logistics • Growth in retail sector, E-tailing • Increased demand for consumer electronics and durables
  12. 12. Threats – Key Challenges faced by the Indian Logistics Sector • Logistics has been a high-cost, low-margin business • Economies of scale is absent in Indian Logistics industry • Environmental factors • Public and government holidays • Long waiting time due to airport congestion • Competition from international players like UPS, TNT, FEDEX, DHL etc.,
  13. 13. Learning • The Cargo Import process • Managerial roles and responsibilities • Functions and procedures involved in Air Import and documentation work required at each level. • Developing SWOT analysis of Logistics Services industry • SOP (Standard Operating Procedures) of Air Import Consolidation and CHA operations
  14. 14. THANK YOU

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