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JC - Legal Updates - Launch of National Logistics Policy, 2022

Legal Updates

22 Sep 2022

Launch of National Logistics Policy, 2022

Brief Overview:

The National Logistics Policy (“NLP”) 2022 was announced on 21st September 2022, which aims to achieve ‘quick last-mile delivery', end transport-related challenges. It has been launched for improving logistics efficiency and reducing logistics cost. The NLP has immense potential for development of infrastructure, expansion of business and to increase employment opportunities. The NLP’s target is to ensure that logistical issues are minimised, exports grow manifold, and small industries and the people working in them benefit significantly. The NLP will be implemented through a Comprehensive Logistics Action Plan (“CLAP”). Some of the key action areas for interventions proposed under CLAP are:

 ●   Integrated Digital Logistics Systems

 ●   Standardisation of physical assets & benchmarking service quality standards

 ●   EXIM (Export-Import) Logistics

 ●   Facilitation of Development of logistics parks

Initiatives like Logistics Ease Across Different States, PM-GatiShakti and Unified Logistics Interface Platform have been taken by the Government in line with the overall objective of NLP.

Technical Details:

Reduce cost of logistics in India to make it comparable to global benchmarks by 2030.

●   Logistics Performance Index ranking – endeavour to be among top 25 countries by 2030.

For further details, please see:


For any queries / clarifications, please feel free to ping us and we will be happy to chat:

●   Mr. Neeraj Dubey (neeraj.dubey@jclex.com)
●   Ms. Namrta Rai (namrta.rai@jclex.com)