By Ankur Chowdhury
Intra-city logistics is still at a nascent stage in India. It is a $ 30 Billion market and organized players has lesser than 1% of representation in this big pie. It is highly unstructured and still dominated by “stand walahs”. Their way of operation is whimsical: the prices are not fixed, delivery is not smooth and there is no ownership involved. Here in this article, we will see what are the problems that are affecting the smooth flow of Intracity logistics? And moreover, we will also see how to conquer these problems.