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Major Ports Authorities Bill 2020 would encourage good competition: Union Shipping Minister

Major Ports Authorities Bill 2020 would encourage good competition: Union Shipping Minister

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Indian Coast Guard Created A Maritime History By Averting A Major Ecological Disaster Off Sri Lanka Coast: Director General K. Natarajan

India's frontier force, Indian Coast Guard is responsible for the surveillance of vast and vulnerable coastline over 7600Kms. And to cover the vast EEZ of 2.01 million sqKms and 4.6 Million SqKms of Indian Search and Rescue Regions which is more than the entire area of the land mass of the country, has stretched thin on ground both on assets and manpower. Director General, ICG, K. Natarajan puts forth his perspective with BW Businessworld's Manish Kumar Jha on such crucial issues of Coastal security and the role of ICG in averting a major ecological disaster by saving a massive Crude Carrier of 3 Lakh metric tons of crude oil off Sri Lanka Coast among others.

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Taken steps to promote 'Atmanirbhar Shipping' for 'Atmanirbhar Bharat': Mansukh L Mandaviya

Taken steps to promote 'Atmanirbhar Shipping' for 'Atmanirbhar Bharat': Mansukh L Mandaviya

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40 pc discount on Cargo movement between India, Chabahar Port, Iran extended for one year

40 pc discount on Cargo movement between India, Chabahar Port, Iran extended for one year

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Shipping's Share Of Global Carbon Emissions Increases

About 90% of world trade is transported by sea and UN shipping agency - the IMO - aims to reduce the industry’s overall greenhouse gas emissions by 50% from 2008 levels by 2050.

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Newly Refurbished Oceania Insignia Sails To Shores Of India

"Our Regatta-class ships are like second homes to our loyal guests and travel partners"

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Maersk Steers Shipping Profit Forecast Lower

Earlier this year Danish shipping giant A.P Moller Maersk ventured in a different direction. It agreed to sell its oil and gas business to focus on transport and logistics. But after posting a third quarter profit below expectations - investors may now start asking questions.

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Shipping: Sailing Into The World

The much-talked about Sagarmala Project could bring in a sea change to India’s shipping sector

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These Certifications Are Likely To Benefit You In Logistics Career

Looking for a career in logistics sector. These certifications are likely to benefit you in getting hired.

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Sri Lanka Wants To Reduce China's Stake In Strategic Port Deal

The Chinese firm would still hold a majority in the port, but would agree to divest up to a 20 percent stake to a Sri Lankan company after 10 years

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IWAI Awards Rs 517 Crore Haldia Multi-Modal Terminal Contract

To be completed by August, 2019, IWAI expects 7.95 million tonnes per annum of cargo traffic at the Haldia terminal by 2020

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Multimodal Transport A Game-Changer, Says Nitin Gadkari

The central government is spending Rs 4.5 lakh crore in the roads sector and Rs 3.6 lakh crore on developing the shipping industry

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BPCL To Export Light Diesel Oil In Rare Move: Industry Sources

Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd will export a 35,000-tonne light diesel oil cargo from Kochi in southern India in a rare move

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Japan Shippers Plan Container Operations Merger To Survive Industry Slump

Overcapacity and anaemic economic growth globally have left hundreds of ships idle in the industry's worst slump since its birth in the 1950s and 1960s

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Maersk Defends Sending Ships To Indian Shipbreaking Yard

The shipbreaking business is considered to be one of the world's most hazardous occupations and highly polluting, according to the International Labour Organization

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