The Company

DMICDC Logistics Data Services Ltd.(DLDSL) has been established as a joint venture company between Delhi Mumbai Industrial corridor (DMIC) Trust and NEC Corporation, Japan in December 2015 to meet the objective of developing an integrated logistic data bank (LDB) in western logistics corridor of India to bring in efficiency in logistics sector through the use of Information Technology.

About LDB

"Logistics Data Bank System (LDB System)" would be an overarching solution that will integrate the information available with various agencies across the supply chain to provide detailed near real time information within a single window. The LDB System aims to reduce the overall lead time of the container movement by streamlining the operations and help in reducing the transaction cost for the Government of India as a result of predictability & optimization achieved through the system.The LDB system will help imbibe a growth spiral, where the visibility & transparency would induce competition, which in turn will set benchmarks for the supply chain.

Purpose

DLDSL, with the concept of LDB would address the issue of tracking and viewing the movement of containers across the ports to the Inland Container Depot (ICDs) and end users. In the existing environment, every stakeholder (ports, customs, trains, ICD etc.) have their own IT systems to manage their operations, which work independently and do not exchange information over real time, leading to poor workforce planning and operations not being streamlined. The LDB is an overarching solution that will integrate the information available with various agencies across the supply chain to provide detailed near real time information within a single window.

Apart from providing the stakeholders with basic container search service, LDB would also provide with value added services including comparative metric based analysis. This would enable the Government of India, State Governments, importers, exporters and other stakeholders to assess comparative performance; identify inefficiencies and bottlenecks to develop strategies to ensure the development of the sector.

Logistics Data Bank allows sharing the container tracking information among all the companies in the supply chain. It is aimed at reducing transportation lead-time and logistics costs by creating a system for transhipment without delays through the sharing of information on real time.

Beneficiary of Logistics Data Bank

  • Central & State Governments
  • Shippers/Consignees
  • Container Train Operators
  • Inland Container Depot (ICD)/Container Freight Station (CFS)
  • Truck Operators
  • Environmental Benefit