Ports in India 2018

  • ID: 4472110
  • Report
  • Region: India
  • 559 Pages
  • India Infrastructure
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Chennai Port, Tamil Nadu
  • Dahej Port, Gujarat
  • Dhamra Port, Odisha
  • Gopalpur Port, Odisha
  • Kolkata Port, West Bengal
  • Mumbai Port, Maharashtra
  • MORE

The past year has been a significant one for the port sector. The government announced a number of long-awaited measures which are expected to have a positive impact on the sector. The progress on the ground in terms of capacity addition, efficiency improvement and ease of doing business was also quite noticeable. The new edition of the Ports in India report will provide an in depth coverage of the recent policy announcements and will analyse the expected impact of these on the sector. While the Sagarmala programme has brought in the much-needed optimism in the sector, its timely and successful execution requires close coordination between the central and state governments.  The report will analyse in detail the progress of the programme and highlight the opportunity (component-wise) that it will offer to the various stakeholders. A performance analysis of major and non-major ports in terms of capacity growth, efficiency indicators, and financial performance will also be provided.

Another distinguishing feature of the new edition is the inclusion of a dedicated chapter focusing on East Coast Port Development which will discuss the potential of this region by highlighting the growth drivers as well as the upcoming projects. With respect to commodity-wise analysis, dedicated chapters have been included for coal, iron ore, fertilizers, containers and POL. This will give a detailed account of traffic trends, planned capacity additions, planned projects and technological advancements for each of these commodities. One of the key focus areas of the report continues to remain the analysis of project pipeline at both major and non-major ports. The report will provide the project pipeline by stage, category, port and mode of implementation which will clearly highlight opportunities for the various stakeholders in the sector. Many of the new non-major ports being developed have made visible progress. The report will provide the most recent updates on the progress made by each of new ports.  

Report Methodology

The data sources in our reports are both primary and secondary. The primary data is obtained from sources such as related ministries, industry experts, private companies, Conferences organized by us for the related sector etc. The secondary sources include annual reports of companies, industry associations, paid databases, web sites, etc. Our analysts and researchers combine the information from these primary and secondary sources with their industry expertise to synthesize the data presented in the report. We also conduct surveys and interviews for our research. For the surveys, we mostly conduct interviews with key players and relevant people in the sector. They are mostly via telephonic as well as personal interviews.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Chennai Port, Tamil Nadu
  • Dahej Port, Gujarat
  • Dhamra Port, Odisha
  • Gopalpur Port, Odisha
  • Kolkata Port, West Bengal
  • Mumbai Port, Maharashtra
  • MORE

The report is divided into five sections with twenty four chapters:

Section I: Sector Trends, Outlook and Opportunities

  • Sector Overview
  • Recent Policy Initiatives and Impact
  • Other Recent Developments
  • Sagarmala: Progress and Opportunities
  • Sector Outlook and Opportunities
  • Performance Analysis
  • PPP Experience and Outlook
  • Focus on East Coast Port Development

Section II: Project Pipeline and Analysis

  • Projects at Major Ports
  • Expansion Projects at Non-major Ports
  • New and Upcoming Non-major Ports

Section III: Key Focus Areas

  • Inland Water Transport
  • Coastal Shipping
  • Modernisation and Mechanisation
  • Port Connectivity
  • Other Focus Areas

Section IV: Commodities Analysis

  • Coal
  • Iron Ore
  • Fertilisers
  • Containers
  • POL

(Each profile will cover information on traffic trends, handling capacity, berthing facilities, ongoing & upcoming projects, key issues and challenges, outlook and projections, etc)

Section V: Operational Port Profiles

Major Ports Each profile will cover operational (traffic, capacity, efficiency performance) and financial performance (income, expenditure, surplus), existing infrastructure, and a snapshot of ongoing and upcoming projects.
Non-Major Port Profiles Each profile covers operational (traffic, capacity, efficiency performance) and financial performance (income, expenditure, surplus), existing infrastructure, and a snapshot of ongoing and upcoming projects.

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  • Chennai Port, Tamil Nadu
  • Cochin Port, Kerala
  • Dahej Port, Gujarat
  • Deendayal Port, Gujarat
  • Dhamra Port, Odisha
  • Dighi Port, Maharashtra
  • Gangavaram Port, Andhra Pradesh
  • Gopalpur Port, Odisha
  • Hazira Port, Gujarat
  • JSW Jaigarh Port, Maharashtra
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, Maharashtra
  • Kakinada Seaports, Andhra Pradesh
  • Kamarajar Port, Tamil Nadu
  • Karaikal Ports, Puducherry
  • Kattupalli Port, Tamil Nadu
  • Kolkata Port, West Bengal
  • Krishnapatnam Port, Andhra Pradesh
  • Mormugao Port, Goa
  • Mumbai Port, Maharashtra
  • Mundra Port, Gujarat
  • New Mangalore Port, Karnataka
  • Paradip Port, Odisha
  • Port of Pipavav, Gujarat
  • V.O. Chidambaranar Port, Tamil Nadu
  • Visakhapatnam Port, Andhra Pradesh
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