According to the ADB, the Strengthening Multimodal and Integrated Logistics Ecosystem program is a programmatic policy-based loan to support the government undertake wide ranging reforms in the logistics sector in India. The program aims to strengthen the institutional and policy framework for inter-ministerial coordination and planning for incentivizing private sector participation in multimodal logistics projects, improving efficiencies in external trade logistics, and encouraging the use of smart and automated systems for improved service delivery.
The ADB categorized the project as follows:
ADB Team Leaders:
Navendu Karan - Principal Public Management Economist, SAPF
Nilaya Mitash - Principal Operations Coordination Specialist (Regional Cooperation), India Resident Mission
Manohari Gunawardhena - Public Management, Financial Sector and Trade Division, SARD
No contacts available at the time of disclosure.
Executing Agency - Ministry of Commerce and Industry:
Address: Vanijya Bhawan, New Delhi, 110011, INDIA
ACCESS TO INFORMATION
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ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF ADB
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