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  • pullman-parc The 5th International NEXT STATION Conference to be held in Moscow

    From 21 – 23 October during NEXT STATION 2015, Marrakech will be station capital of the world. It is in this city of Morocco that the 5th International Conference on Railway Stations will take place, jointly organised by the International Union of Railw

  • Air-cargo-markets-stabilise Air cargo markets stabilise

    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data for global air freight markets showing that in August freight markets stabilised after two months of decline. Measured in freight tonne kilometres (FTK’s), air cargo volumes rose 0.2 perce

  • air-india Air India to make Mumbai its secondary hub

    Air India will make Mumbai its secondary hub, adding new flights and offering better connections through the airport’s terminal 2 (T2). The move would enable Air India to grow its transfer traffic and increase revenue. Air India operates 63 flights out

  • inland-waterways Maruti sees opportunity in inland waterways

    Inland waterways continue to remain an underutilised mode of transportation in India. Companies largely rely on roadways or railways to haul shipments across the country. Now, Maruti Suzuki is planning to transport cars produced at its plants in Gurgaon a

  • cochin-airport Cochin International Airport raises the bar

    The international airport in Kochi was envisaged as a public-private venture in the early 1990s. At the time there was no proven business model for infrastructure projects to emulate. All the same, Kochi International Airport Society, the special purpose

  • Allcargo-Boosts-Coastal-Shipping-Fleet Allcargo boosts coastal shipping fleet

    India-based Allcargo Logistics, an international freight forwarder and logistics provider, has acquired two additional general cargo vessels aggregating 24,000 dwt for its coastal shipping business, without disclosing the price tag attached to them. Po

  • Indian-ports India focuses on major ports development

    Emphasis is being placed upon the modernisation of the country’s major ports after recent initiatives resulted in increased cargo volumes on revenue. Union Minister of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways Nitin Gadkari highlighted at a press conference i

  • INMEX The maritime industry convenes at INMEX SMM India

    India’s apex shipping chamber – The Ministry of Shipping, Government of India, apart from other key government associations including the Indian National Ship owners Association, Shipyards Association of India and the Indian Register of Shipping provi

  • Ajit-Venkataraman-1 APM Terminals Inland Services, South Asia appoints new MD

    APM Terminals Inland Services, South Asia Ajit Venkataraman as managing director of APM Terminals India Pvt. Ltd. With more than two decades of leadership experience in senior roles, Venkataraman has overseen business development activities in India, t

  • kolkatta Kolkata Port Trust and Jindal ITF to form pact

    Kolkata Port is looking at transloading toseek a long-term solution to its low-river draft issues. The port will start round-the-clock transloading of bulk cargo from large vessels from early next year. “We will sign the concession agreement with Jinda


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