India Set To Handle Maritime Traffic Of 95%
The nine coastal Indian states Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and West Bengal are home to all major and minor ports of India. The long coastline of India forms one of the biggest piece of land into a body of water,These twelve major Indian Ports are handle a large volume of cargo traffic and container traffic.
There are total 13 major sea ports of India,out of 12 are government and one, Ennore port of Chennai is the corporate one. Ennore Port is one of the major port of India located at Coromandel Coast of Tamil Nadu state along with Kakinada Port and private Krishnapatnam Port and Mundra Port. India boasts of a coastline of 7,517 km and is one of the leading shipping routes. The government is also making matters rather easy, in terms of protocols to enterprises which aim to develop inland waterways and operate ports.
Indian Govt under the determined Sagarmala programme that was launched in 2017, $ 123 billion was targeted as investments in the sector. India handled a total of 704.63 million tonnes of traffic in 2019-20.
Under the “Sagarmala” scheme there are total 415 projects are underlined with advance programmes for redevelpoments of ports & modernisation, including 6 new ports proram identified.
Port –linked Industrilisaton
Port Connectivity Enhanced etc.
Market Cover ,Scope , Growth Investment Opportunities
Developments impacts can leads as …Mobilization of over $58 bn of infrastructure investment Double the share of inland and coastal waterways in the modal mix from 6% Reduce time for export by 5 days Boost merchandise exports by $110 bn Create 4 mn new direct jobs and 6 mn indirect jobs. Industry Scenerio is numerous companies are looking towards development in the sector, owing to the rapid development of the 12 major and 205 minor and intermediate ports in India. Cargo traffic in the country is expected to rise to 2500 MT by 2024-25 from 1,072.23 MT in 2015-16. The major ports in India collectively handled 679.4 MT of cargo during 2017-18 compared to 648.4 MT a year ago; thereby registering a growth of 4.8%. 118 maritime projects requiring $ 7.7 bn investment have been approved in the last four years.
Major ports recorded highest ever capacity addition of 100.4 MMTPA in 2016-17Share in traffic for major commodities (2019)It is playing a vital role in putting India on the world map. The World Media Network assists the development of target-specific programmes to set India as a possible market. Moreover, the organization has partnerships with various international news agencies, which are capable of propagation of information.
Ongoing Investible projects are running now as on date are 83 with healthy investment features with 17 promoters as FDI is 100 % allowed under automatic route with overall US$10.38bn opportunity in projects.
Road Ahead Increasing investment and cargo traffic point towards a healthy outlook for the Indian ports sector. Providers of services such as operation and maintenance (O&M), pilotage and harbouring and marine assets such as barges and dredgers are benefiting from these investments.
The capacity addition at ports is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5-6 per cent till 2022, thereby adding 275-325 MT of capacity.
Under the Sagarmala Programme, Government has envisioned a total of 189 projects for modernisation of ports involving an investment of Rs 1.42 trillion (US$ 22 billion) by the year 2035.
Ministry of Shipping has set a target capacity of over 3,130 MMT by 2020, which would be driven by participation from the private sector. Non-major ports are expected to generate over 50 per cent of this capacity.
India’s cargo traffic handled by ports is expected to reach 1,695 million metric tonnes by 2021-22 according to a report by the National Transport Development Policy Committee.
Within the ports sector, projects worth investment of US$ 10 billion have been identified and will be awarded in the coming five years.
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