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May 17, 2018, Thursday | Companies
Bulk cargo demand has received a boost following the substitution of lower-grade coal and iron ore in the East Asian nations with higher-grade inputs
January 06, 2018, Saturday | Economy & Policy
ndia has 12 major ports which handle approximately 61 per cent of the country's total cargo traffic
August 10, 2017, Thursday | Economy & Policy
Financial and business services projected to be the fastest growing sector
July 25, 2014, Friday | Companies
Indian overseas trade is valued at $1,000 billion, of which an estimated 1% is carried on Indian ships
September 12, 2013, Thursday | Markets
Sustenance of dry bulk demand holds the key
August 23, 2012, Thursday | Economy & Policy
Pressure to provide quality product is far higher in defence sector
May 22, 2012, Tuesday | Companies
The companies are not comfortable having private armed guards on board to deal with the menace of pirates
April 04, 2012, Wednesday | Companies
Indian ship breaking companies have lost almost Rs 800-1000 crore during financial year 2011-12 due to rupee depreciation against US dollar. According to the industry, weak rupee converted profits into losses, mainly after October 2011 period.
February 27, 2012, Monday | Economy & Policy
The shipping industry is not seeing any signs of reprieve in the gloomy freight rate scenario — at least not for another couple of years.
December 11, 2011, Sunday | Companies
'Indian shipping doesn't seem to figure in a long-term govt strategy'
October 02, 2011, Sunday | Economy & Policy
Expresses concern over piracy and armed robbery.
August 24, 2011, Wednesday | Companies
State-run Goa Shipyard (GSL) today said it has reported the highest value of production (VoP) at Rs 990 crore since its inception in 1957 in the last fiscal.
February 27, 2011, Sunday | Companies
The outlook for the shipping industry in India does not look upbeat, with sales expected to fall by three per cent and freight rates likely to remain weak this financial year.
January 28, 2011, Friday | Companies
The government today said that the Indian port sector has crossed one billion tonne cargo handling capacity with inauguration of three major projects at Ennore Port.
January 26, 2011, Wednesday | Companies
Ratings agency Fitch has said that the Indian shipping industry faces a negative outlook during 2011 due to lower freight rates and global slump.
December 21, 2010, Tuesday | Opinion
The proposed de-merger of the company’s ports and shipping businesses augurs well.
September 10, 2010, Friday | Economy & Policy
The Indian shipping industry’s demand for reserving coastal waters for the domestic companies could impact the business of the country’s first-ever transhipment hub, being set up in Kochi.
November 13, 2009, Friday | Companies
State-owned Hindustan Shipyard (HSL) plans to build a large shipyard to accommodate very large crude carrier ships (VLCC) at an estimated project cost of Rs 3,000-4,000 crore, a top official said. The proposed shipyard, which will be built on a ...
March 21, 2009, Saturday | Companies
With a view to further facilitate trade from North & North West India to the Middle East, the Mediterranean and Europe; Maersk Line will shortly add a Pipavav call on its ME3 service.