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India to expand cargo-location service using wireless tech

Hopes to repeat success of Delhi-Mumbai corridor in other industrial areas

A palm-size RFID tag, shown on left, is poised to change logistics operations in India.

NEW DELHI -- India is planning a nationwide expansion of a logistics visualization service using radio-frequency identification tags, in line with the government's efforts to make the country more business-friendly.

The program, which has been used for cargo transportation in the northwest part of the country, will broaden to the south, Alkesh Sharma, CEO of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corp., or DMICDC, said in a recent interview with The Nikkei. This will mark the first time the developer's successful project is introduced to other regions.

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