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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Technology Embracing by 3PL Service Providers in India: Tuticorin Port Trust – A Case Study

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AUTHOR(S)

Dr. M. Senthil, R. Ruthramathi, Dr. N. Gayathri

 

KEYWORDS

Technology, Logistics Services, Warehouse Management, Supply Chain, 3PL players

 

ABSTRACT

Logistics service suppliers play a very important role in a supply chain system and may snoop to adopt economical provision technologies to supply higher services for their customers. A good deal of logistics service providers tries to improve their operational efficiency by continuous adoption of new technology in the logistics sector. Technology accelerates the data sharing across offer chains and among offer chain partners. Totally 52 registered companies from Direct General Foreign Trade (DGFT) were taken for the study The objectives of the study is to understand the use of latest technologies by warehouse service providers, to investigate the major challenges and benefits faced by the warehouse operators, in using various technologies like GPS, Barcode, RFID, Drones, IoT, AI, Cloud computing, Robotics and Block chain technologies and to offer feasible suggestions for the adoption of the new technology by 3PL service providers dealing with V.O.C port, Tuticorin, India. The need to deliberate the interdependencies multiple technologies arises in order to strategise a comprehensive approach in executing the exponential technologies.

 

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