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Indian Chemical Council & Intel India join hands to digitize chemical logistics

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In a recent logistics event held by the Indian Chemical Council-the national body for chemical companies, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for improvement of safety and operational efficiency of chemical transport fleets and inculcating best-in-class safety technology like the Advanced Driver Assistance System was penned down by the company with Intel India. 

The MoU will act as a technology and digital transformation enabler and for working closely with the industry to identify the digital future needs of the chemical industry and its fleet operations, the Council said in a media release.

“Indian transportation policies and regulations are still evolving. It is the responsibility of the chemical industry to take up the accountability in developing standards, processes and practices and identify responsible stakeholders to operate it sustainably. Establishing formidable policies will help in safeguarding and operating in long run,”

Ravi Goenka, president of the Indian Chemical Council, and chairman and managing director of Laxmi Organic Industries

The Chemical Industry of India is among the fastest growing industries, transporting more than 80,000 chemical products of both hazardous and non-hazardous over the length and breadth of the country. Estimated at $200 billion, the chemical industry is experiencing unprecedented growth on the back of the consumption economy, niche products, rapid import substitution, and a global geostrategic demand shift from China.

the Indian Chemical Council has a nicer Globe as its sustainability initiative for enabling the chemical Industry with Globally acclaimed standards, infrastructure, and services for safe and secure transportation. Under the said initiative the Indian chemical Council offers technology-based solutions to chemical logistics through tracking and tracing, journey risk management, and onsite emergency response to its members.

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