Indian Subcontinent

WEST COAST NORTH

GWADAR
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KARACHI
220px-Karachi_Port_Trust_LogoKarachi Port Trust has invested heavily in port development and has partnered with international terminal operators to develop its cargo handling facilities. It is the main gateway port for cargo to Pakistan, but the diversion from the main trade lane routes means that it is served by many feeder services and has relatively few direct liners service loop calls. Having recently secured funding from the World Bank, the port is developing new berths and facilities for vessels with drafts up to 16m.
MUNDRA
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KANDLA
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PIPAVAV
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WEST COAST CENTRAL

NHAVA SHEVA
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SOUTH COAST

COCHIN
cochin_logoServing the Indian market, Cochin, according to its website, is the fastest growing logistic centre emerging into a major International transshipment terminal. An all-weather natural Port, and located strategically close to the busiest international sea routes Cochin is promoting a major liquid terminal, bulk terminal and maritime industries in its port based Special Economic Zones. It is owned by the Cochin Port Trust and is attempting to attract cargo and logistics services from the Nhava Sheva-Mumbai port cluster.

EAST COAST CENTRAL

CHENNAI
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KRISHNAPATNAM
krishnapatnam_logoThis port has been designed as a modern gateway to the Eastern Indian market and offers deep water berths with a ‘legacy light’ administration. According to its website “Krishnapatnam Port Company has won the mandate from the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh to develop the existing minor port into a modern, deep water & high productivity port, on BOST basis for 50 years. The port is being built in three phases and currently the second phase of development is underway. The Port has numerous strengths like its area, location, weather and new generation world class port facilities; it will soon be poised to become one of the biggest ports in the world and the largest port in India.”

EAST COAST NORTH

CHITTAGONG
chittagong_logoThe main gateway to Bangladesh handling about 92% of import-export trade of the country. As such its importance in the national economy is paramount. The Chittagong Port Authority (CPA) is, at present, a basic services provider (landlord), but that is largely due to the legacy model that it currently operates. However, as the port is so important to the Bangladeshi economy and it would like to serve more direct callers, it would seem to me that it would be open to a new approach and direction to ensure its regional position against the port servicing Calcutta at Halida in India.

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