Multiplicity of governing authorities, lack of integration and scarcity of proper response mechanism pose a threat to handling and transportation of hazardous cargo.
Though the Indian budget indicates some positive measures for the maritime industry but these are paltry and have come quite late in the day
The Indian coastal waters offer a good option for heavy lift transportation
Having lagged behind for months, Mumbai’s Offshore Container Terminal project is once more full of activity and is set for commissioning by October 2013
Essar Ports continues on its high trajectory growth, with its expansion and profits on a bright path
Not being allowed to berth even after waiting their turn, heavy lift and project cargo vessels end up waiting as long as a fortnight at some of the major ports in India
All three VLCCs that were taken delivery of by Great Eastern Shipping this year have been handed over to the buyers
Integrated logistic solution provider, Allcargo opens another Inland Container Depot jointly with Container Corporation of India, a government of India undertaking
India’s first container hub at Cochin to be inaugurated this week will shift nearly 4 million TEUs transshipped from neighboring port
The Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics has released America’s Container Ports: Linking Markets at Home and Abroad, an overview of the movement of maritime freight handled by the nation's container ports in 2009 through mid-2010.