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Adani Ports & Port of Wilhelmshaven showcase capabilities in Mumbai

March 9, 2020: India’s largest private port developer & operator, Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) and Wilhelmshaven Freight Village Container Terminal, the only deep water container terminal in Germany organized a roadshow in Mumbai in February.

For 7 years Port of Wilhelmshaven is connected to India via Mundra and Nhava Sheva through ME1 service of Maersk, Safmarine and Hamburg Sud.
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For 7 years Port of Wilhelmshaven is connected to India via Mundra and Nhava Sheva through ME1 service of Maersk, Safmarine and Hamburg Sud.

March 9, 2020: India’s largest private port developer & operator, Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) and Wilhelmshaven Freight Village Container Terminal, the only deep water container terminal in Germany organized a roadshow in Mumbai in February.

APSEZ and Port of Wilhelmshaven had signed a marketing agreement on June 25, 2019 to collaborate in areas that will promote trade and container shipping business between Adani Ports and Wilhelmshaven Port. For 7 years Port of Wilhelmshaven is connected to India via Mundra and Nhava Sheva through ME1 service of Maersk, Safmarine and Hamburg Sud.

The roadshow marked the continuing journey of cooperation between APSEZ and port of Wilhelmshaven. The event also showcased a glimpse at the infrastructure, capabilities and performance of APSEZ and Wilhelmshaven Freight Village Container Terminal.

The roadshow presented shipping fraternity an opportunity to touch and feel the services available at industrial zones Wilhelmshaven Port and Adani Ports along with liner services at container terminals that will add value to the supply chain of various products.

“Germany is in the top 10 trade partners of India for both exports and imports. Textiles, metal & metal products, leather & leather goods, food & beverages, machinery, pharmaceuticals, auto components, chemicals and rubber products are major Indian exports to Germany. While Indian imports from Germany include paper & printing material, machinery, electrotechnology, chemicals, measurement & control equipment, plastics, medical technology & pharma. There are a number of liner services connecting India to Germany directly as well as through transhipment. Port of Wilhelmshaven has the capability to handle these services and to offer tailor-made services to commodities trading between India and Germany,” says the release.



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