Logistics cost, which is currently at 13-14% of GDP, can be brought down by leveraging the Unified Logistics Interface Platform (ULIP), by bringing all mode of transportation under a single window by connecting all logistics stakeholders spread across multiple ministries, enterprises and associations, Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said .
It can also be brought down by bringing all mode of transportation under single window by connecting all logistics stakeholders from ministries, enterprises and associations.ULIP will be a major game changer for Indian logistics landscape by assisting just-in-time inventory management, identification of cheaper logistic modes eliminating tedious documentation process, cargo movement monitoring, and improving international competitiveness.National Logistics Portal (NLP) is ready to be integrated with ULIP, in order to make the multi-modal logistics ecosystem more efficient.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had asked NITI Aayog, in May 2020, to develop technology driven solutions in priority sectors in order to address challenges for post Covid-19 scenario. ULIP was one among the seven projects conceptualised under the “technology commons initiative”.
Pilot run of Unified Logistics Interface Platform
Unified Logistics Interface Platform (ULIP)
Components of ULIP Platform
There are three key components of ULIP platform:
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