Mumbai, November 26, 2013: Mr. Nick Haekkerup, Minister for Trade and Economic Affairs, Denmark and Mr Freddie Svane, Denmark’s Ambassador to India, along with an eight member delegation, visited the Dadri facility of APM Terminals India Pvt. Ltd recently. The visit provided the delegation an opportunity to tour the APM Terminals facility in North India and understand its role in lifting global trade.
Mr. Nitin Jain, Business Unit Head of APM Terminals Dadri hosted the delegation at the Dadri container freight station facility. The delegation visited the warehouse, yard and rail siding areas of the facility and were briefed about the A P Moller Maersk (APMM) group’s presence in India, including how the facility serves Indian exporters exporting to Europe and United States and Indian importers, importing from Europe and United States.
With more than 58,700 sq mt of paved yard area and warehouse well equipped with modern infrastructure, process and equipments, this is one of the most advanced facilities in North India. Solutions and services provided by APM Terminals Dadri include container and cargo handling, empty and bonded depots, customized garment on hanger (GOH) fabrication, equipment maintenance and repairs including reefer monitoring and transportation. APM Terminals Dadri is a joint venture between APM Terminals India and Container Corporation of India (CONCOR).
The Minister applauded APM Terminals Dadri for being true to its values of transparency and its commitment to Safety & Security and was impressed with the service and operational excellence. The delegation expressed special interest in the group’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives including the recent initiative to support national efforts to help rebuild Uttarakhand which was damaged by the recent earthquake. APM Terminals Dadri introduced newly installed environmentally advanced sanitary devices in 6 villages in Uttarakhand.
“We were privileged to host the delegation from Denmark at our facility in Dadri and happy for their recognition of our commitment to facilitate trade with European and especially Danish organizations. We look forward to continuously provide best in market service” said Mr. Subhasis Ghosh, Managing Director, APM Terminals India Pvt. Ltd. & Director, Inland Services, South Asia.
About APM Terminals India Pvt. Ltd.
APM Terminals India Pvt. Ltd. is a part of the APM Terminals- a global Port, Terminals and Inland Services Operator comprising of 61 ocean ports and terminals in 33 countries, along with 132 inland services locations in 48 countries; and staffed by 22,000 employees in 64 countries across 5 continents.
APM Terminals India Pvt. Ltd. comprises of Container Freight Stations with a total bonded yard area of about 3.7 million sq. ft., empty depots in more than 10 locations with state-of-the-art dry and reefer repair workshops and is backed by a strong fleet of trucks to manage shunts and primary transportation. South Asia cluster is powered by a dedicated team of over 300 accomplished professionals who focus on providing best in class integrated solutions in the field of inland container logistics.
APM Terminals India Pvt. Ltd. has world-class CFS facilities at Nhava Sheva, Chennai, Dadri and Pipavav.