The Ministry of Shipping (MOS) encompasses within its fold shipping and ports sectors which include Shipbuilding and Ship-repair, Major Ports, National Waterways, and Inland Water Transport. The capacity of the ports in terms of their berths and cargo handling equipment needs to be vastly improved to cater to the growing requirements of the overseas trade. The shipping industry needs to be enabled to carry higher shares of the sea-borne trade in indigenous bottoms. Historically, investment in the transport sector, particularly in the ports, have been made by the States mainly because of the large volume of resources required, long gestation periods, uncertain returns and various externalities, both positive and negative, associated with this infrastructure.
Ministry of Ports, Shipping & Waterways、Government of India
|Region||Asia 1: South/West, East and Middle East||Country||India|
|Member Type||Regular Member||Joined Year||2005|
|Ports||Port of Kolkata, Port of Paradip, Port of Visakhapatnam, Port of Kamarajar (Ennore), Port of Chennai, Port of Chidambaranar (Tuticorin), Port of Cochin, Port of New Mangalore, Port of Mormugao, Port of Mumbai, JNPT, Port of Deendayal (Kandla)|
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|Corporate/ Port Brochure||Annual Reports||Financial Reports||Sustainerbility Reports||Port Regulations||Tariffs|
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