Singapore’s agreement in India could be a boon to supply chain productivity.
Danish delegation led by Minister for Trade and Economic Affairs, Denmark visits APM Terminals CFS facility in Dadri
03 Dec 2015
Truckers using Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust will see faster turnarounds, as terminal operator DP World introduced a new automated gate system on Thursday.
03 Dec 2015
Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust unveiled a new equipment upgrade plan in an attempt to further improve service levels at India’s biggest container gateway.
02 Dec 2015
Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust saw throughput remain virtually static during November, as India’s busiest major, public container handler struggled to grow volumes amid the downturn in the global shipping market.
01 Dec 2015
Krishnapatnam Port Container Terminal’s efforts to grow throughput received a push last week when Hyundai Merchant Marine via its Asia-Chennai Service made an ad-hoc call at the private, minor facility on India’s east coast as part of what the Korean carrier called a “market evaluation drive.”
30 Nov 2015
Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust continues to revamp its gate systems in order to improve truck turn times and alleviate cargo delays at India’s biggest container gateway.
27 Nov 2015
India and Bangladesh are moving closer to allowing introduction of coastal shipping services between the two countries with the goal of boosting bilateral trade.
26 Nov 2015
CMA CGM said it is upgrading its New Europe Mascarene Oceania service by adding new port calls, starting in early December.
25 Nov 2015
Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust has issued a tender calling for proposals from domestic and international firms to set up industrial units at its much-awaited special economic zone, as India’s biggest container handler looks for new avenues to grow its cargo volumes amid slowing global trade.
24 Nov 2015
India’s Ministry of Shipping has updated its guidelines for awarding capital and maintenance dredging contracts at major state-owned ports.
23 Nov 2015
The government of India, frustrated by its failure to pass a previous port reform plan following stiff resistance from trade unions and rival political groups, is considering new legislation to make major public ports independent companies in an effort to accelerate economic growth as New Delhi grapples with slowing foreign trade.