Indian Ministry of Shipping Unveils Plan for Ports ...

  The Indian Ministry of Shipping unveiled plans to triple its exports of merchandise by March 2017… ...

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Indian Government Earmarks Funds for Setting Up New Ports

The government has envisaged an investment of more than Rs 22,000 crore for setting up nine new major ports in the ...

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India: Government Chooses Landlord Port Model for ...

With the Kerala government now focusing on the Landlord Port Model (LPM), the Rs 9,000-crore… (Eximin) ...

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India: Shipping Ministry Plans to Award 23 Port Sector ...

  The Union Minister of Shipping, Mr G. K. Vasan, informed the Lok Sabha recently that as per the current ...

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India: Pipavav, ABG to Sign Warship Contracts

  There is news that the company is going to get warship orders of about USD 1.2 billion by September 15. ...

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IMO’s New Emission Norms to Hurt Shipping Companies

  Indian shipping companies, reeling under low freight rates and high fuel prices, will face further cost ...

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India: CAG Raps Shipping Corp for Delay in Fleet Acquisition

  Pulling up state-run Shipping Corporation of India for not pursuing an ambitious acquisition policy to ...

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Chinese Warship Attempts to Detain Indian Navy’s Ship

  Chinese warship tried to detain Indian Navy’s ship in the South China Sea. According to The Financial Times, ...

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India: Piracy’s Impact on Trade

  The changes in tactics of pirates have been a subject of constant review by International shipping ...

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Somali Pirate Attacks in Indian Ocean Decreased

The number of successful piracy attacks on ships off the coast of Somalia and the Gulf of Aden has decreased this ...

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India: Dredging Project at ICTT Vallarpadam Moves Forward

With the aim of making the International Container Transhipment Terminal (ICTT) Vallarpadam among the deepest ...

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Cochin Shipyard: Keel Laying Ceremony for Two Platform ...

The Keel laying ceremony of two Platform Supply Vessels (BY85 & BY 86), being built by CSL for SCI, was ...

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India: IPCC Chairman Visits Rameswaram

RK Pachauri, the chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and head of the panel given the ...

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Global Oil Tanker Fleet Expands Faster Than Demand

The global oil tanker fleet will expand almost three times more quickly than demand this year, according to ...

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Containership Orders Increases

Containership orders are increasing at a dramatic rate, analysis from Braemar’s Seascope’s research division has ...

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GL Supports ‘Rainbow Warrior’ on Its New ...

Germanischer Lloyd (GL) is supporting “Rainbow Warrior II” to perform its philanthropic mission in ...

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Westshore Shipbrokers: A Closer Look at Vessel ...

  Offshore vessel market has been one area of the business that has had little to do with vessel scrapping. It ...

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Sri Lanka: Colombo Dockyard Secures Construction ...

  Colombo Dockyard PLC riding a wave of success has outbid stiff competition from China, Thailand and Germany ...

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USA: GT Nexus Takes Action to Support Maersk ...

  The GT Nexus Shipper Council, a customer community of the world’s biggest importers and exporters, ...

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Germany: GL Exchange Forum Assesses IMO Emissions Measures

  The subject of Carbon Dioxide dominates the future of many industries today. Whether it be the Shipping, ...

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India: GIPL to Commission Its MbPT Terminal by End of 2012

Gammon Infrastructure Projects (GIPL) hopes to commission its offshore container terminal port project at the ...

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India: ABG Ports, Port of Singapore to Get JNPT Fourth ...

The Indian Union Ministry of Shipping and the Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) will award the fourth container ...

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Shipping Ministry Issues Guidelines for Deployment of ...

  The Ministry of Shipping has issued Guidelines regarding deployment of armed guards in Indian Merchant Ships ...

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Government Takes Measures to Prevent Accidents of ...

The Government yesterday said that it was taking measures to prevent the accidents of merchant vessels in Indian ...

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India: AMET Cruises to Acquire Another Cruise Liner Next Year

  India’s first cruise line AMET Cruises, which is scheduled to launch the first sail from Kochi, on September ...

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Drewry Sees Increasing Vessel Operating Costs

DREWRY’s latest annual report predicts big increases in vessel operating costs with oil prices remaining high, ...

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India’s Overseas Investment Plan to Slow Down ...

India’s desire to spend billions of dollars on overseas infrastructure could undermine efforts to ease major ...

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