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World Logistics Passport (WLP) expansion into India is continuing.
It was decided to add Hyderabad as a second point of collection for much of the country’s traffic. (Hub.)
World Logistics Passport (WLP) aims to increase trading opportunities among emerging markets.
Two subsidiaries of the GMR group operating at Hyderabad airport have been chosen as partners, in addition with the international container terminal of Nhava Sheva and Emirates SkyCargo operating in India.
According to some calculations, Hyderabad is strategically important for the country’s international exports of goods and services, for a total of about 21 billion dollars.
In addition, major multinationals including UPS, Pfizer, Sony, Johnson & Johnson and LG are also engaged with WLP.
All multinationals are engaged in the search for solutions that can ease the congestion of freight traffic and make it increasingly safer.
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