CII Maritime, Ports, Logistics & Warehousing Expo focuses on port-led development
November 22, 2017: The maritime, ports, logistic and warehousing sector has been in forefront in complimenting the growing Indian economy.
November 22, 2017: The maritime, ports, logistic and warehousing sector has been in forefront in complimenting the growing Indian economy. The growth story of this sector is being earmarked by the features such as conducive Government policies and responsive industry. However, acknowledging the vitality of port infrastructure and shipping in logistics chain, there is the need to further boost the pace development of the entire value chain in a more comprehensive way.
CII is organising the Maritime, Ports, Logistics & Warehousing Exhibition & Conclave 2017 in Mumbai with a perspective of providing a firm platform to various stakeholders to showcase their prowess to the relevant target audience. The three days of the global exhibition will witness robust international presence and displays including latest trends and innovations. A focused one-day conference which will was held alongside the exhibition provided a platform to deliberate upon the opportunities, challenges and the best practices that needs to be addressed in the maritime, ports, logistic and warehousing sector.
The session on ‘Port-led future development - trends, sustainability and innovation’ was moderated by Subhasis Ghosh, Director, Maritime World Services & Editor of Maritime Weekly. The panelist at the session were Vinita Venkatesh, director, Krishnapatnam Port Container Terminal; sKalpesh Vithlani, chief general manager, Gujarat Maritime Board and Umesh Grover, Secretary General, Container Freight Association of India.