All India Passengers Association Officials meet MbPT Chairman, Demands better Infrastructure Facility at New Ferry Wharf

MUMBAI: The New Ferry Wharf to Mandwa Ro/Ro service will commenced soon and for this service, the previous route would be insufficient. A new alternative route should be created and this demand was placed by All India Passengers Association’s (AIPA) Chairman Mr. Chandrakant Mokal before the Mumbai Port Trust’s Chairman Mr. Sanjay Bhatia, IAS.  In
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NEW DELHI: India’s exports of seafood to the European Union are getting impacted, in part due to tightened quality checks, but the impact of that on total shipments is offset by increased supplies to the US. Until a decade ago, the EU bloc was the main buyer of Indian marine products, primarily shrimps, accounting for
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World Steel Association data released today shows that global crude steel production totaled approximately 151.7 million tons in September. This is the same amount that was produced in August and is 10.3 million tons (7%) more than was reported last year for September 2017’s production. The increase has been robust, but it has been Chinese
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French and Italian shipbuilding industry associations have signed a common Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) Roadmap for Shipbuilding and ship supply. During the Euronaval international exhibition, the associations ASSONAVE and GICAN signed the document, which singles out the key technologies that the shipbuilding industry should develop in the next 10 years and more in order to
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World crude steel production for the 64 countries reporting to the World Steel Association (worldsteel) was 151.7 million tonnes (Mt) in September 2018, a 4.4% increase compared to September 2017. World crude steel production was 1,347.0 Mt in the first nine months of 2018, up by 4.7% compared to the same period in 2017. Asia
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South Korea’s shipping industry should quickly overcome the aftermath of Hanjin Shipping’s bankruptcy and bulk up through mergers to compete with European majors which have dominated global marine routes by forming “cartels,” said Kim Young-moo, vice chairman of the Korea Shipowners Association (KSA). Under a sweeping government-led program to restructure the country’s ailing shipping industry,
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The EU and Singapore signed landmark agreements during last week’s Asia-Europe summit. “European shipowners welcome the fact that the EU and Singapore show their commitment to free, fair and rules-based trade at a time that protectionism is on the rise”, said ECSA’s Secretary General Martin Dorsman, “The EU-Singapore FTA text contains the liberalisation principles of
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AS a part of Ease of Doing Business and overcoming the obstacles faced by trade in claiming IGST refund on exports, the Pune Customs and Pune Custom House Agents’ Association jointly conducted an awareness session on “Precautions to be taken while filing the shipping bill for IGST refund” under the guidance of Mr M.V.S. Choudary,
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The World Steel Association (worldsteel) released its October 2018 Short Range Outlook (SRO). worldsteel projects global steel demand will reach 1,657.9 Mt in 2018, an increase of 3.9%* (please see *note below) over 2017. In 2019, it is forecast that global steel demand will grow by 1.4% to reach 1,681.2 Mt. Commenting on the outlook,
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The Container Freight Stations Association of India (CFSAI) organised the 14th CFSAI Day at Hotel Sahara Star in Mumbai on October 5, 2018. Having the theme ‘Exim Logistics – A Paradigm Shift’, the event was graced by Mr Gopal Krishna, IAS, Secretary Shipping, as Chief Guest. Mr Anant Swarup, IRPS, Joint Secretary (Logistics) and Dr
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