In a move that will give a push to port-led development, the Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Essar Projects, a leading EPC (Engineering Procurement & Construction) company, today announced that it has won a Rs 300-crore
The Major Ports of India witnessed a positive growth of 6.2% in the first quarter (April-June) of 2016 as compared to the same period last year. This information was shared by Joint Secretary (Ports) Shri. Prvir Krishn. According to Mr. Krishn, the cargo traffic handled by India’s Major ports was 159.0 Million Tonnes during the […]
Minister Nitin Gadkari reiterates commitment to reduce the number of road accidents and fatalities by 50 per cent by 2020
It requires amazing gift of the gab or the consummate skills of a conjurer to sell Nitin Gadkari’s idea of India to someone. The Union Transport Minister possesses neither. Yet, he manages it with certain ease. Much before the end of his government’s term in 2019, India will be a changed place in terms of […]
Maiden Maritime India Summit draws enthusiastic investor response; 140 agreements signed; Attracts Investments worth Rs 83,000 crore
Team EnergyInfraPost Two days of hectic activity at the first ever Maritime India Summit in Mumbai has resulted in attracting investments worth Rs 82,905 crores. A total of 141 MoUs and Business Agreements were signed by various players in maritime sector including Major Ports, State Maritime Boards and PSUs like Shipping Corporation of India, Cochin Shipyard […]
Projects worth Rs 1.2 lakh crores lined up to woo investors at the Maritime India Summit next month
The Venue of the Maritime India Summit is the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (East), Mumbai.
With the cabotage relaxation, foreign vessels can also transport EXIM and empty containers from any port in India to transshipment port and vice versa, in addition to Indian vessels.
Maritime India Summit 2016 (April 14th to 16th in Mumbai) is expected to witness participation from large number of foreign delegates especially from the maritime nations such as South Korea, Norway, Singapore, UAE, UK, France and EU.
Ports, the gateways to India’s International trade by sea handle over 90% of foreign trade