Press Release (ePRNews.com) - BANGALORE, India - Apr 25, 2016 - Import export between the United States and India finds an unexpected ally in US based American eBox whose international 2015 growth includes new facilities in Bangalore and another in Chennai India with two additional facilities slated for 2016 in central and northern India.
The company operates as a freight forwarder and international package forwarding service. The package forwarding service portfolio is designed to assist members in both the US and India to buy and ship items between the two countries.
American eBox claims to have patent pending warehousing technology utilized as part of its warehouse management system that adds to its overall efficiency. The company considers itself a technology company as the proprietary technology integrates with IMS, ERP, and consumer-facing applications.
Trade relations between the US and India have seen tremendous growth over the past twenty years. Recent bilateral trade of merchandise between the two countries reached US $51.11 Billion for the period of January to September of 2015. 2014 realized bilateral trade levels reaching nearly US $67 Billion.
The growth of intermarket mechanisms intended to more freely move merchandise and goods between the markets will continue to strengthen leading to high performing innovators redefining the way in which supply-chains link as well as the way and means by which they are used by consumer markets.
Forrester Research report states that the United States online retail industry will be worth $279 billion by 2015. Conversely the Indian online retail industry is at an early stage, though it is attracting significant investment and expected to rise sharply at a compounding annual growth rate through 2019.
High performing freight forwarders are distinguished by the ability to innovate to consumers evolving needs and the flexibility to respond swiftly are the driving characteristics leading to key growth market controlling presence. Deep expertise in customers’ industries and in the discipline of cost control will be more critical than ever in the future. Parcel forwarding services or parcel services offer tremendous viability provided the necessary infrastructure exists leading to highly efficient pathways akin to that which American eBox has engineered.
According to Accenture, “High performers will differentiate themselves further by offering supply chain management as a shared service to customers. To drive the continuous innovation of customer-facing applications, industry leaders will leverage IT-driven process management collaboratively with those customers.” Source :