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Port of Call

March 2018

The Government of India has embarked on the Sagarmala Programme with a vision to reduce logistics cost for both domestic and EXIM cargo and utilise t...

Government of India, Sagarmala Programme, Waterways, CEZ, EXIM cargo, Nitin Gadkari, TEFR, Port, DPR, NGR, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways and National Highways Authority of India, JNPT, SEZ, Ministry of Shipping, Karwar Port

Government to clear 300 dry ports

January 2018

In order to meet the requirements for exim trade infrastructure, the government plans to overhaul 300-odd dry ports in the country. The commerce mini...

Dry ports, container depots, freight stations, Exim cargo

Port of Opportunities!

November 2017

With an outlay of Rs 1,773 for the year 2017û18, the government has set the ball rolling for the port sector. To promote port-led development in Indi...

Sagarmala Programme, Amitabh Kant, NITI Aayog, EXIM cargo, Union Budget, CEZ, Ministry of Shipping, Rajya Sabha, Mansukh Mandaviya, Port modernisation, TEFR, Gogha-Dahej RO-Pax Ferry Services Project, RO-RO Services, TEFR, Nitin Gadkarai

Old wine in a new bottle?

December 2015

While relaxation of the Indian cabotage policy is being observed as a gateway of opportunities, investment in infrastructure and higher logistics cos...

Indian Cabotage Policy, Infrastructure, Logistics, Liberalisation, Containerised Cargo, INSA, Container Shipping Lines´ Association of India, ICTT port, Cochin port, TEU, Tanjun Pelepas, EXIM cargo, DGS, Aakanksha Joshi, Tarini Menezes

Bridging the gap

November 2015

E-commerce has revolutionised the retail logistics in our country. It has opened up big opportunities in supply chain management. Definitely, this is...

E-commerce, Logistics, GDP, Adarsh Hegde, Allcargo Logistics, Anil Kumar Gupta, CONCOR, Vikas Anand, DHL Supply Chain India, Suresh Bansal, DTDC, Sunil Kumar Jain, Varun Bhutani, AskmeBazaar, Raaja Kanwar

Revival of Indian Shipbuilding

September 2015

What has prevailed in the last 1000 years is not going to change in the foreseeable future. Merchant ships will continue to be the major means of tra...

Railways, Aairlines, Deeper ports, Power, Water, Roads, Oil and gas, Investment, Naval ships, Make in India, EXIM cargo, R&D, OEM, Cmde M Jitendran, Garden reach Shipbuilders
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