A Study on Warehousing Space Analysis for increasing Rural Income in Vidisha and Ganjbasoda Districts of Madhya Pradesh
Vikash Kumawat*, Sumit Ranjan and Anees Ajmal
Warehouse is constructed for the protection of the quality and quantity of the stored produce. Need arises due to time gap between production and consumption of products. Warehousing in India is linked to food security and agricultural growth. Purpose of study is to access warehouse market potential of NCML, analyze storage gap during storage and to map the all potential clients for NCML. Total sample size was 139 in Vidisha & Ganjbasoda (50Warehouses, 17 Banks, 72 Mandi traders). Warehousing plays vital role in promoting rural banking and financing. The Government of India has introduced a NWR system in the country.