Haryana Government revamps logistics and warehousing policy for stakeholder ease

With a focus on enhancing the convenience for stakeholders, Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala announced that the Haryana government is introducing several modifications to the state’s forthcoming logistics, warehousing, and retail policy.

Seeking input from investors in these sectors, the government aims to align the policy with previous successful approaches while prioritizing the implementation of central government-level changes promoting logistics, warehousing, and retail sectors in Haryana.

The existing policy in these domains concludes next month, prompting the state government to make adjustments, such as reducing the minimum requirement for logistics and warehousing from 10 to 5 acres and revising warehouse road specifications from 60 feet to 33 feet.

Deputy Chief Minister Chautala emphasized serious efforts to establish Panchgram along the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway and earmarked logistics space in future cities.
He highlighted Sohna and Firozpur Jhirka along the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway as upcoming focal points for port-to-land connectivity.

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