Dubai is one of the leading logistic hubs and has one of the busiest international airports and seaports that grant easy access to the markets around the world. Therefore, there is no denying to the fact that logistics sector is one of the key industries to be showcased at the ongoing Expo 2020, Dubai. Kamal Jain, Director of one of the leading logistics companies Cargomen Logistics puts a very relevant point in this context, saying, “Importance of logistics is realised when it’s not happening, in this pandemic whole world has realised importance of logistics in much better way . Dubai Expo 2020 offers a fantastic platform for the best innovative ideas to tackle challenges of the world. Similarly innovations in the field of logistics and cargo movement will be showcased.”

The Dubai Expo 2020 exposes to the world what the prospective future of logistics will look like. The logistic companies in Dubai are accelerating rapidly in the entire UAE and are acting as the motor for the economy’s growth, which will help strengthen the bilateral trade with the countries like India. “Expo offers good opportunity of Cargo industry interns of logistic need of participants and related material which will increase cargo movement toward Middle East and will benefit Middle East carriers. Innovative solutions to the challenges of logistics industry will be addressed and usage of technology like blockchain, AI, MIL will be reality in future,” he added.  

Dubai-based developer Emaar and several UAE-based logistics companies have shown interest in investing in India’s infrastructure sector, according to Piyush Goyal, Indian Minister for Commerce and Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, and Textiles, who was in UAE for the inauguration of India Pavilion at the Expo. “Dubai is not only maintaining but is improvising the infrastructure and is making itself ready for the future to hold its top place in transportation and logistics.  In this expo world will see modernisation of the logistics industry and various opportunities in terms of technological innovation and future of logistics,” Jain concluded.