The second wave of Covid-19 has severely impacted manufacturing, movement, storage, and flow of goods.
Supply chain disruptions thereof will have an adverse impact on competitiveness, economic growth and operational costs.
As the Covid second wave in the country deepens, the freight market is exhibiting high volatility in freight capacity, with uncertainty in freight rates and declining service levels. There is a sharp decline in truck utilisation and increased truck idling on account of accelerated migration of truck drivers and helpers.
Truck drivers and helpers have migrated to native places
Reduction in traffic along the National Highways for Apr-21
Decline in the E-way bills from the state of MH due to partial lockdown during Apr-21