Delivery drones could bypass trucks in India in two or three years

September 28, 2018 Alex Lennane

With forwarders demanding greater speed to market, long-haul delivery drones could be the answer to the dearth of freighters in India.
A number of Indian forwarders have expressed concern at the lack of domestic freighter capacity, calling on more carriers to introduce full freighter aircraft into their fleet.
Speaking to The Loadstar on the sidelines of Fiata’s World Congress in Delhi this week, chief executive of Dronamics Svilen Rangelov believes drones could “definitely” work in India.
“Domestic goods ...

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