Kushal Nahata waxes eloquent about the power of logistics in sustainable businesses as he transforms companies with his startup’s tools that add a smile to the last mile
Kushal is a logistics strongman. In fact, there are very few individuals under whose aegis a company achieves a 300 percent growth rate. Yet, that’s only numbers. The real Kushal comes into action when driving vision, strategy, and growth at FarEye, a company he co-founded which enables digital transformation of logistics.
A BTech in Electronics and Telecommunication from Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, he was the team lead at Learnics.in, where he strategised on the design, marketing, and planning of a training division for 10,000 engineering students. Later, he was head of business development and strategy for Roboticwares after which he started up with FarEye to transform logistics.
Learning has been a tool Kushal exemplifies, as he is a Microchip embedded and RSCA certified trainer. A people person, his warmth coupled with his exhaustive knowledge creates a well-rounded leader. From trip management and passenger information system for the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation or the Android solution for outbound logistics for Rocket Internet, etc, he has successfully rendered many projects.
From trend on logistics that he rightly predicted in 2017 of blockchain, delivery of choice, elastic logistics, drones, and smart glasses, etc, Kushal’s aptitude for logistics’ solutions is unequivocal. Asking the right questions might be immaterial if the knowledge is circumspect, and Kushal has written extensively on how logistics in supply chain can be enhanced for different players… always ready to share insights and predictions.
His article on India’s B2B boom and why logistics is the darling of investors on YourStory was highly regarded. A person who tweets regularly, he has written for the logisticsmiddleeast.com on autonomous vehicles and the future of doorstep deliveries. His article on LinkedIn about logistics and sustainable growth apart, he is also a guest lecturer and a storehouse of logistics subject matter. He starts one article, eloquently. “Logistics is executed in magical ways…” talking about hornbills and nature, and therein lies the sheer power of a sector Kushal writes deeply and passionately about.