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Presentation on warehousing and logistics hub mumbai

  1. 1. SUMMER TRAINING PRESENTATION TRANSPORT CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.DEPARTMENT OF TRYAMBAKESH KUMAR SHUKLAPHYSICALPLANNING SCHOOL OF PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE
  2. 2. STRUCTURE OF PRESENTATION INTRODUCTION TO THE ORGANISATION  PROFILE  ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE PROJECTS OVERVIEW  PROJECT DESCRIPTION  OBJECTIVES INTRODUCTION KEY FINDINGS/RESULT CONCLUSION QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION TO THE ORGANISATION- PROFILETRANSPORT CORPORATION OF INDIA IS INDIAS LEADINGINTEGRATED SUPPLY CHAIN AND LOGISTICS SOLUTIONS PROVIDERAND A PIONEER IN THE SPHERE OF CARGO TRANSPORTATION ININDIA. LEVERAGING ON ITS EXTENSIVE INFRASTRUCTURE, STRONGFOUNDATION AND SKILLED MANPOWER, TCI OFFERS SEAMLESSMULTIMODAL TRANSPORTATION SOLUTIONS. AN ISO 9001:2008CERTIFIED COMPANY, TCIL IS LISTED WITH PREMIER STOCKEXCHANGES LIKE NSE AND BSE.TCI GROUP HAS AN EXTENSIVE NETWORK OF OVER 1200 COMPANYOWNED OFFICES, A HUGE FLEET OF CUSTOMIZED VEHICLES ANDMANAGED WAREHOUSE SPACE OF 7.8 MILLION SQ FT.AND ASTRONG WORK FORCE OF 6500. WITH ITS CUSTOMER-CENTRICAPPROACH, WORLD CLASS RESOURCES, STATE-OF-ARTTECHNOLOGY AND PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT, THE GROUPFOLLOWS STRONG CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES AND ISCOMMITTED TO VALUE CREATION FOR ITS STAKE HOLDERS AND ITS
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION TO THE ORGANISATION- ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE VICE CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, 2PRESIDENT & PRESIDENT CEO CEO CEO CEO, TECHNICAL TCI XPS TCI SCS TCITCI SEAWAYS TCI SEAWAYS GLOBAL MANAGER
  5. 5. PROJECT OVERVIEW – PROJECT DESCRIPTIONTRANSPORT CORPORATION OF INDIA IS UPCOMING WITH A NEWBRANCH CALLED TDL WHICH IS A REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENTAGENCY AND AT THE MOMENT TCIL IS PLANNING TO DEVELOPWAREHOUSES IN 5 METROPOLITAN CITIES OF INDIA:MUMBAI, DELHI AND NCR, KOLKATA, BANGALORE AND CHENNAI.THE COMPANY IS INVESTING INR OF 500 – 750 MILLION IN THEWAREHOUSE INDUSTRY AND PLANING TO DEVELOP LOGISTICSPARK AND FWTZ BY THE END OF 2010-11.
  6. 6. PROJECT OVERVIEW – OBJECTIVES• TO DO A PRIMARY SURVEY OF ALL EXISTING WAREHOUSES ANDPROPOSED DEVELOPMENT IN BHIWANDI, PANVEL ANDKALOMBOLI.•TO DO A LITERATURE STUDY OF LOGISTICS DEVELOPMENT ININDIA.•TO STUDY THE STRUCTURAL DETAILS OF WAREHOUSES.•TO STUDY THE PLANNING NORMS AND GUIDELINES THT GOVERNTHE LAND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS.•TO FIND OUT ABOUT THE PROPOSED SEZ’S AND FTWZ INMUMBAI.•TO PROPOSE A SUITABLE LOCATION FOR TCI-WAREHOUSE.
  7. 7. INTRODUCTION - WAREHOUSING AND WAREHOUSE“WAREHOUSING” REFERS TO THE ACTIVITIES INVOLVINGSTORAGE OF GOODS IN LARGE SCALE IN SYSTEMATIC ANDORDERLY MANNER AND MAKING THEM AVAILABLE CONVININETLYWHEN NEEDED.IT ALSO INVOLVES PRESERVING OF GOODS IN HUGE QUANTITIESFROM THE TIME OF PRODUCTION TO TIM EOF CONSUMPTION.THE PLACE WHERE GOODS ARE KEPT IS CALLED “WAREHOUSE”.
  8. 8. INTRODUCTION - NEED OF WAREHOUSINGSEASONAL PRODUCTION OFGOODS. SEASONAL DEMAND. LARGE SCALE PRODUCTION. QUICK SUPPLY. CONTINUOUS PRODUCTION. PRICS STABILIZATION.
  9. 9. INTRODUCTION – CHARACTERISTICS OF AN IDEAL WAREHOUSECONVINIENT LOCATIONUSE OF MECHANICAL DEVICES FOR HANDLING GOODS.ADEQUATE SPACE FOR STORAGE OF GOODS.COLD STORAGE FACILITY FOR PERISHABLE ITEMS.PROTECTION OF GOODS FROMSUNLIGHT, RAIN, WIND, PRESSURE, AND PESTS.SUFFICINET PARKING SPACE FOR VEHICLES.ROUND THE CLOCK SECCURITY.FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT.
  10. 10. INTRODUCTION - DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WAREHOUSE, LOGISTICS HUB AND BONDED WAREHOUSE WAREHOUSE LOGISTICS HUB BONDED WAREHOUSESTORAGE OF SPECIAL STORAGE OFRAW MATERIAL AND NOTIFIED AREAS IMPORTED GOODSFINISHED GOODS. FOR BEFORE PAYMENT •WAREHOUSES OF CUSTOM DUTY.MAKING THEM •COLD STORAGEREADILY AVAILABLE •MODALIN MARKET. TRANSPORT FACILITIES. •CONTAINER FREIGHT SERVICE.
  11. 11. INTRODUCTION – WAREHOUSINGMODULE
  12. 12. INTRODUCTION – LOGISTICS HUB ININDIA
  13. 13. INTRODUCTION – LOGISTICS HUB IN INDIAOVERVIE WAREHOUSINGW INDUSTRYWAREHUSING IN INDIA ISESTIMATED TO ACCOUNT FOR20% OF TOTAL LOGISTICSCOST.MARKET IS ESTIMATED TOGROW AT 40% PER ANNUM.THE GOVERNMENT 11TH FIVEYEAR PLAN TARGETS ACAPACITY OF 110 MT BY 2012.
  14. 14. INTRODUCTION – WAREHOUSING ZONESIN MUMBAI
  15. 15. INTRODUCTION – WAREHOUSINGACT, 2007 • WAREHOUSE DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATORY AUTHORITY FORWAREHOUSE REGISTRATION AND CERTIFICATION OF WAREHOUSES. • ACCREDIATION AGENCIES WILL ALSO BE APPOINTED TO FACILITATE REGISTRATIN OF WAREHOUSES.REGULATOR • CERTIFIED WAREHOUSES WILL BE PERMITTED TO ISSUE NEGOTIABLE WAREHOUSE RECIEPT.NEGOTIABLE • FULLY NEGOTIBALE INSTRUMENT AT A NATIONAL LEVEL. • UNIFORM PAPER OR ELECTRONIC FORMAT CONTAINIG ALLWAREHOUSE NECESSARY DETAILS. • BACKED BY ENFORCEABLE LAW TO PROTECT RIGHTS OF HOLDER. RECIEPT TRADE AND • LEGAL PROTECTION ALONG WITH DISPUTE SETTLEMENT MECHANISM ENFORCES TRUST IN NWR AS NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENT. FINANCE • ENABLING LARGE SCALE ENTRY OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS.
  16. 16. INTRODUCTION – WAREHOUSING ZONESIN MUMBAI AMBERNATH AND THANE – TALOJA ND PANVEL – U2 BHIWANDI – U1 AND U2. AMBERNAT H TALOJA PANVEL BHIWANDI THANE U1
  17. 17. INTRODUCTION – URBANISABLE ZONES IN MUMBAIU1 ZONE: WAREHOUSES CAN BE DEVELOPED IN THISZONE WHICH SHALL BE IN CONFORMITY WITH THEDETAILED LANDUSE PROVISIONS OF THEDEVELOPMENT PLAN, PLANNING PROPOSALS, TOWNPLANNING SCHEMES OR THE LAYOUT PROPOSED.U2 ZONE: WAREHOUSES CAN BE DEVELOPED ON THEPLOT MEASURING 2000 SQ.M OR MORE. IT SHOULDBE ATLEAST 500 M AWAY FROM THE VILLAGEGOUTHAN BOUNDARY OT FROM BOUNDARY OF U1ZONE.
  18. 18. INTRODUCTION – BHIWANDIBHIWANDI IS AN ESTABLISHED WAREHOUSIGN ANDLOGISTICS HUB CLOSE TO MUMBAI CONNECTINGWESTERN AND SOUTHERN INDIA.APPROXIMATE GEOGRAPHICAL AREA IS SPREADOVER 300 SQ.KMS.IT IS LOCATED 48KMS FROM MUMBAI AND 12 KMSFROM THANE.BHIWANDI IS BORDERING CITIES OF THANE ANDKALYAN- TWO MAJOR INDUSTRIAL REGIONS OFMAHARASTRA.
  19. 19. INTRODUCTION – BHIWANDIWELL CONNECTED BY MUMBAI-AHEMDABAD (NH 8)AND MUMBAI-NASHIK (NH 3 ) HIGHWAY.MAJOR OCCUPIERS AT THE WAREHOUSEE INCLUDE-RETAILERS, FMCG, LOGISTICS COMPANIES(PARTICULARLY 3PLs) AND MANUFACTURINGCOMPANIES.THIS LOCATION IS FAST EMERGING AS A MAJORDISTRIBUTION CENTER FOR MANY RETAIL COMPANIES.THE NEAREST AIRPORT IS 55 KMS.
  20. 20. INTRODUCTION – BHIWANDIWELL CONNECTED BY MUMBAI-AHEMDABAD (NH 8)AND MUMBAI-NASHIK (NH 3 ) HIGHWAY.MAJOR OCCUPIERS AT THE WAREHOUSEE INCLUDE-RETAILERS, FMCG, LOGISTICS COMPANIES(PARTICULARLY 3PLs) AND MANUFACTURINGCOMPANIES.THIS LOCATION IS FAST EMERGING AS A MAJORDISTRIBUTION CENTER FOR MANY RETAIL COMPANIES.THE NEAREST AIRPORT IS 55 KMS.
  21. 21. INTRODUCTION – URBANISABLE ZONESFOR BHIWANDI
  22. 22. INTRODUCTION – LAND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS AGRICULTURAL LAND IS BOUGHTPANCHAYAT FOR SEEKING CONSTRUCTION PERMISSION AND•THE DEVELOPER HAS TO PAY RS.1.50/SQ.FT TO THE GRAM CHANGE OF LANDUSE ZONING FROM GREEN ZONE TO URBANISABLE ZONE NON-AGRICULTURAL PERMISSION IS TAKEN FROM THANE COLLECTORATE OFFICE.•THE PERMISSIBLE FSI IS 1:1.FOR FSI MORE THAN 0.5 CONSTRUCTION PERMISSION ID GIVEN BY LOCAL GRAM PANCHAYAT. AN ARCHITECT IS APPOINTED TO DESIGN THE WAREHOUSE AND OTHER AMNEITIES
  23. 23. INTRODUCTION – WAREHOUSES INPANVEL
  24. 24. INTRODUCTION – PANVEL IT IS LOCATED IN RAIGHAD DISTRICT, ABOUT 45 KMFROM MUMBAI VERY CLOSE TO MUMBAI-PUNE ANDMUMBAI-GOA HIGHWAY. CONVINIENT LOCATION FOR WAREHOUSINGDEVELOPMENT AS THE JNPT PORT IS CLOSE AND BOTHTHE HIGHWAYS ARE CLSOE TO PANVEL.PANVEL IS SURROUNDED BY PROJECTS UNDER MIDCAND A PROPOSED RELIANCE SEZ IN PANVEL HASADDED UP TO THE INCREASE IN CONSTRUCTION OFWAREHOUSES.
  25. 25. INTRODUCTION – PANVEL IT HAS A DIRECT LINK WITH THE MAIN RAILWAYSYSTEM OF CENTRAL AND WESTERN RAILWAYSTHROUGH PANVEL-DIVA-VASAI RAILWAY LINE.THE ROLLON AND ROLLOFF SERVICE OF KONAKNRAILWAYS IS PANVEL.
  26. 26. INTRODUCTION – LAND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS LAND ACQUISITION IS DONE BYZONES AND STORAGE LANDUSE IS TERM BEING USED FOR•CIDCO HAS DIVIDED NAVIMUUMBAI INTO WAREHOUSING CIDCO. AFTER ACQUISITION LAND IS DEVELOPED FOR DIFFERENT LANDUSES. ALLOTMENT OF LAND FOR WAREHOUSING PURPOSE. APPLICATION IS GIVEN TO THE ATPOWAREHOUSNG AREAS. SUBMISSION OF PLANS TO ATPO GRANT PERMISSION AND COMMENCEMENT
  27. 27. INTRODUCTION – WAREHOUSES INPANVEL
  28. 28. INTRODUCTION – DEVELOPMENTPROPOSAL FOR PANVEL
  29. 29. INTRODUCTION – WAREHOUSING INKALOMBOLI
  30. 30. INTRODUCTION – PLANNING NORMS FOR WAREHOUSING“STORAGE LAND USE” INCLUDES ANY LAND USESPRIMARILY FOR THE STORAGE OR SHELTERING(INCLUDING SERVICING, PROCESSING OR REPAIRSINCIDENTAL TO STORAGE) OF GOODS, WARES, ORMERCHANDISE, VEHICLES, FOR EXAMPLEWAREHOUSES, COLD STORAGES, FREIGHT DEPOTS,TRANSIT SHEDS, STORE HOUSES, TRUCK AND MARINETERMINALS, GARAGES, HANGERS ( OTHER THANAIRCRAFT REPAIR HANGERS), GRAIN ELEVATORS.THE GCR OF THE FOLLOWING LAND USES SHALL NOTEXCEED 0.5; UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED INSPECIAL DEVELOPMENT CONTROL REGULATIONS.THE VPR FOR THE FOLLOWING LAND USE SHALL NOTEXCEED 4 M UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED IN
  31. 31. INTRODUCTION – PLANNING NORMS FOR WAREHOUSINGA PARKING SPACE OF ONE SPACE FOR EVERY 200SQ.M OF FLOOR AREA OR PART THEREOF SUBJECT TOMINIMUM OF TWO SPACES.
  32. 32. KEY FINDINGS/RESULT –WAREHOUSE INFRASTRUCTURE JUMBO SHEDS RCC STRUCTURE ACC/TIN SHEDS PREENGINEERED BUILDING
  33. 33. KEY FINDINGS/RESULT – SEZ’S PROPOSAL AND INDUSTRIAL PARKIT IS A PART OF NAVI MUMBAI SPECIAL ECONOMICZONE. CIDCO HAS TAKEN UP THE DEVELOPMENT OFKALAMBOLI RESIDENTIAL NODE ON THE AREA OF 342HA. AND WAREHOUSING COMPLEX 302 HA. IN THE YEAR1982 WITH A VIEW TO CATERING TO THE HOUSING ANDURBAN SERVICE’S NEEDS OF THE PEOPLE WORKING INIRON AND STEEL MARKET-CUM- WAREHOUSINGCOMPLEX NEARBY TALOJA INDUSTRIAL AREA TO MIDC.THE MAJORITY OF POPULATION BELONGS TO LABOURCOMMUNITY I.E. MATHADI WORKERS WHO HAVE ASIMPLE STANDARD OF LIVING. THE MUMBAI-PUNEEXPRESS HIGHWAY STARTS FROM TRUCK TERMINALNEAR KALAMBOLI.
  34. 34. KEY FINDINGS/RESULT – SEZ’SPROPOSAL AND INDUSTRIAL PARK
  35. 35. KEY FINDINGS/RESULT – LAND AREAIN PANVEL TOTAL LAND AREA OF EXISTING WAREHOUSING FACILITY 30 25 20 15 AREA (IN ACRES) 10 5 0 CCI PARAS OCEAN GATE BRL JWC LOGISTICS COMPLEX CONTAINER LOGISTICS LOGISTICS PARK
  36. 36. KEY FINDINGS/RESULT – LAND AREA INBHIWANDI TOTAL LAND AREA OF EXISTING WAREHOUSING FACILITY 800 700 600 500 400 AREA (IN ACRES) 300 200 100 0
  37. 37. KEY FINDINGS/RESULT – LAND VALUE LAND VALUE 2.5 LAND VALUE (INCRORE) 2 1.5 1 0.5 0 2008 2009 2010 YEAR
  38. 38. KEY FINDINGS/RESULT – CONCLUSION THE LETERATURE STUDY SHOWS THAT INDIA IS STILLIN IS INITIAL STAGES OF LOGISITCS DEVELOPMENT.THE LAND AREA BEING USED FOR DEVELOPMNET OFLOGISITCS HUB RANGES FROM 10 ACRES TO 700ACRES.THERE IS STRONG VIOLATION OF PLANNING NORMSRELATED TO WAREHOUSE DEVELOPMENT.THERE IS INCREASE IN THE LAND VALUE.

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