- Agreements with a further 11 organizations in progress
- ULIP has a dedicated portal which makes the process of data request simple, fast and transparent
- 30 systems from seven ministries integrated through more than 100 APIs
ULIP: The Unified Logistics Interface Platform (ULIP), launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi under the National Logistics Policy (NLP) on September 17, has received good response from the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Ministry. So far, 13 organizations – MapMy India, Cargo Exchange, Freight Fox, Conmove, IntuJign, Econtech, Yes Bank, SuperProcure, Cargo Shakti, Cloud Straits, ShiffLite, ApseG and AITWA – have entered into Non-Disclosure Agreements. ) ( NDA) has been signed.
Agreements with a further 11 organizations in process – The Government
The Ministry of Industries said that MoUs are underway with 11 more organizations like Instavans & Trucks, Bosch India, Portlinks, Shiprocket etc. Startups are gearing up to showcase their innovative ideas to create innovative solutions for the sector, while large companies are looking to integrate with ULIPs to simplify complex logistics processes, verify supplier documents.
According to the ministry, ULIP is a promising initiative in the logistics sector that aims to make doing business in the logistics sector easier by simplifying the logistics process, improving its efficiency, creating transparency and reducing logistics costs and time.
30 systems from seven ministries integrated through more than 100 APIs
ULIPs will enable industry players to have secure access to information related to logistics and resources available with various ministries. Currently, 30 systems across seven ministries have been integrated through more than 100 APIs, covering more than 1600 data fields for stakeholder use.
What is ULIP?
ULIPs have a dedicated portal which makes the process of data request simple, fast and transparent. A dedicated support team works around the clock to provide assistance to industry players in registering on the portal. After registration, users are required to submit their use cases, which will then be reviewed based on the proposed use of the requested data. After successful review, users requesting data must sign NDA.
With the signing of the NDA, industry players can develop APIs for integration with ULIPs. After a thorough system security check and integration test, users can access authentic data through ULIPs from various public sources.
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