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The Republic of India is bounded to the southwest by the Arabian Sea, to the southeast by the Bay of Bengal, and to the south by the Indian Ocean. It is a miracle of rich biodiversity with varied degree of life forms – the sand dunes, beaches, wetlands, mangroves, estuaries, backwater lagoons and coral reefs. The coastal environment plays a vital role in India’s economy by virtue of the resources, productive habitats, and rich biodiversity. India’s coastline stretches about 7500 km and supports almost 30% of its human population.

The Indian shipping & Logistics industry has grown over the years in terms of its physical and financial assets, human resources, knowledge base, operating processes and support infrastructure.

During the last decade, there has been a steady growth of container traffic at the Indian ports. Currently, the majority of these ports rely on direct services or use far off ports for their transshipment needs. This necessitates the establishment of an International Deepwater Seaport and Container Transshipment Terminal in the Southern Indian Peninsula

To provide highly efficient, hassle free domestic cargo movements, Mibiz Shipping & Logistics offers you a containerized multi-modal transport solution by deploying own trucks and cargo handling facilities in all the leading ports in India.

Indian peninsula with a coastline of more than 7500 km has marine waterfront stretching from Arabian Sea in the west to Indian Ocean in the south and Bay of Bengal in the east. India has 12 Major Ports and 187 Non-Major Ports that carry nearly 95% of India's trade volume. It is an important natural resource for the country's trade. The maritime sector in India comprises of ports, shipping, shipbuilding, ship repair, ship recycling, Inland Water Transport (IWT), dredging and multi-modal logistics.

 

Ports in India

India has 12 Major Ports, administered by the Central Government, and around 200 notified Non-Major Ports, administered by the State Governments. In 2014-15, out of the 200 Non-Major Ports, 69 ports were reported to have handled cargo traffic.

 

Major Ports in India

Kolkata Port Trust, Paradip Port Trust, ChennaiPort, Mumbai Port, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Cochin Port, Kandla Port, V.O.Chidambaranar Port, New Mangalore Port, Mormugao Port Visakhapatanam Port, Kamarajar Port

  • DRY Desk : For handling all Dry commodities including Fertilizers, Ore, Metals, Coal, Coke, etc.
  • TANKER Desk : For handling Clean Petroleum Products, Crude, Chemicals, Liquefied gases, etc.
  • AGRI Desk : For handling all Agri commodities including Veg Oils, Molasses, Sugar, Meals, Grains, etc.
  • ENQUIRY Desk : For prompt handling of queries from our principals pertaining to port operations, restrictions, load / discharge rates, estimated PDA, etc.
CIN : U63000KL2016PTC045884
AR Consltants Maritime

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