13th Annual Conference on DREDGING IN INDIA

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For registration process/payment to attend the conference, please contact:
Malika Piya

Email: malika.piya@indiainfrastructure.com
Call: +91-8937980597

  • 20 per cent “Early Bird” discount ends on 9th August 2022
  • GST @18 per cent is applicable on the registration fee.
  • Registration will be confirmed on receipt of the payment.

Lead Sponsor:

  • One speaker slot of 20 minutes on day 1 (prime-time) pre-lunch
  • Second speaker slot (15-20 minutes for technical presentation) or on the panel
  • Prominent logo presence as Lead Sponsor at the conference (backdrop, vertical panel, jacket cover, e-brochure, website, and other social media)
  • 6 delegate registrations (from the sponsoring company)
  • Corporate film (3-4 mins.) to be featured during networking breaks
  • Client meetings at the conference (Upto 8)
  • Opportunity to share a wish-list of 15-20 organizations to meet them at the conference (to be shared at least 3-4 weeks prior to the event)
  • Electronic Direct Mailer (EDM) campaign with sponsor logo to master database 
  • Hyperlink of sponsor website on the event website page 
  • Brand mention on all conference promotional material (mailings, ads, etc.)
  • Distribution of sponsor promotional material to each participant
  • List of participants to be shared post-conference
  • Live social media coverage on the day of the conference

Co-Sponsor :

  • Speaking slot 20 mins and Q&A
  • 4 delegate registrations (from the sponsoring company)
  • Electronic Direct Mailer (EDM) campaign with sponsor logo to master database 
  • Hyperlink of sponsor website on the event website page 
  • Brand mention on all conference promotional material (mailings, ads, etc.)
  • Distribution of sponsor promotional material to each participant
  • Logo presence at the conference as Co-sponsor (backdrop, vertical panel, jacket cover, e-brochure, etc.)
  • List of participants to be shared post-conference
  • Live coverage on the day of the conference

The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, the leading provider of information on the infrastructure sectors in India. The company publishes Indian Infrastructure magazine. It also publishes the Ports in India, Dredging in India, Container Market in India and Railways in India research reports, Ports & Shipping News (a weekly newsletter) and the Ports Directory and Yearbook.
South East Asia Infrastructure magazine (www.southeastasiainfra.com) is a leading source of information on infrastructure development in Southeast Asia. It tracks key developments, analyses emerging trends, features industry players‚ perspectives, highlights key initiatives, and profiles exemplary projects.

 

Organiser:      

ITC Maratha
Sahar Road,
Opposite Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport,
Andheri East, Mumbai,
Maharashtra 400099

For delegate registrations and sponsorship opportunities, contact:
Malika Piya
, Conference Cell
Call: +91-8937980597
Email: malika.piya@indiainfrastructure.com

A BRIEF SNAPSHOT OF PREVIOUS PARTICIPANTS:

Aarvee Associates; ABB; Abnco Corporate Services; Adani Ports and SEZ; Addvalutech Services; Alar Infrastructures; Amrut Dredging & Shipping; ALHW; Anvil Attachments; Aquametro Oil & Marine AG ; Ardeshir B. Cursetjee & Sons; Arshea Marine ; Atlantic Shipping; Bardai; Baroda Polyform; Boskalis Smit India; Carborundum Universal ; CWPRS ; Chellaram Shipping; Chennai Petroleum Corporation; Cleantech; Cockett Marine Oil Trading; Cochin Port Trust; D.P. Marine Services LLC ; Damen Shipyards Gorinchem ; Deendayal Port Trust; Dharti Dredging and Infrastructure; DHI (India) Water & Environment ; Dredgepro Solutions ; Dredging Corporation of India; Dredging Solutions ; EKA Infra Consultants ; Enrich Shreya Marine Infrastructures ; Essar Bulk Terminal ; Fugro House ; Goa Port Trust; Maharashtra Irrigation Department ; Hill International Project ; Turbo Power; IMS Ship Management ; Inland Waterways Authority of India ; International Seaport Dredging; Jan de NUL Group ; JNPT ; Julong Environment Technology ; Keltech Energies Limited ; Kolkata Port Trust; Larsen & Toubro; Lavgan Dockyard; LX Power Engineering; Maharashtra Maritime Board ; Maharashtra Water Resources Regulatory Authority ; Main Mast Marsec ; Marine & Coastal Construction Service ; Marine Core & Charter LLC ; Mars Petrochem ; Mercator ; Ministry of Shipping ; Mumbai Port Trust, National Marine & Infrastructure India; Ocean Sparkle; OM Logistics; Paradip Port Trust ; Penta Electromec; Penta Ocean Construction (India); Petronet LNG; Reint Jes Middle East; Reliance Industries; Rites; Royal IHC ; Sangir Plastics ; Simpson Offshore Services; SM Associates; Supra Engineering; Tata Consulting Engineers; The Institution of Engineers (India) Andaman & Nicobar State Centre; Trelleborg Marine Systems FZE; UltraTech Cement; Van Oord Dredging; Wallingford India; World Fuel Services (Singapore).
  • The dredging industry in India continues to grow owing to the increasing maritime sector requirements. At present, over 120 million cubic metres (cum) of annual dredging is being carried out at major ports and dockyards in the country. The Dredging Guidelines 2021 envisage the dredging activity to ramp up to 3 billion cum over the next 10 years.
  • The demand would largely come from capacity augmentation plans at existing as well as upcoming greenfield ports. In the next few years, most of the key ports are expected to deepen and widen their navigational channels to attract deep draft vessels. Recently, the Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways has announced plans to take up a dredging project worth Rs 3 billion to increase Cochin port’s draft depth to 18 metres to help the port dock larger ships. The development of greenfield ports by major port trusts and maritime states will also contribute to the demand. Besides, the increasing requirement for land reclamation, and the government’s plans to develop inland waterways as an alternative mode of transport will offer considerable dredging opportunities.
  • While the demand for dredging is expected to remain robust, there remains an urgent need to ensure proper and timely execution of projects. The introduction of new designs, technologies and equipment will help in bringing operational efficiency.
  • The Indian dredging industry also faces an acute shortage of dredgers, making it necessary to augment the current fleet to address the anticipated dredging requirements. The growing focus on indigenous manufacturing of dredgers is likely to address this issue while also reducing the dependence on imports. To this end, DCI and Cochin Shipyard Limited have recently signed an agreement to build a 12,000 cum trailing suction hopper dredger.
  • Going forward, the outlook remains positive for the dredging industry. The upcoming 22 greenfield ports and brownfield expansion works at the existing non-major ports will offer huge opportunities for the dredging contractors.
  • The mission of this conference is to discuss the recent trends and developments in the sector, highlight the experience of key players, and identify unresolved challenges. The conference will also focus on strategies and solutions to meet the future dredging requirements and showcase noteworthy projects, technologies and equipment.

TRENDS, KEY DEVELOPMENTS AND OUTLOOK

  • What have been the key trends and developments in the dredging sector?
  • What are the new opportunities?
  • What are the key issues and challenges? What is the outlook?

MINISTRY OF PORTS, SHIPPING AND WATERWAYS’ PERSPECTIVE

  • What is the government’s perspective on the progress in the dredging sector?
  • What have been the recent initiatives in this area?
  • What are the unresolved challenges? What can the industry expect in the coming years?

CONTRACTORS’ VIEWPOINT: EXPERIENCE SO FAR, CHALLENGES AND FUTURE STRATEGIES

  • What has been the contractors’ experience so far?
  • What are the key issues and challenges being faced?
  • What are the new strategies to fast-track project implementation?
  • What are the future plans?

PORT PERSPECTIVE: KEY PROJECTS AND NEW REQUIREMENTS

  • What are the recent dredging projects that have been undertaken by ports (capital and maintenance dredging)?
  • What are the key issues and challenges? What are the expectations from contractors?
  • What are the new and upcoming dredging requirements?

FOCUS ON DIGITALISATION: ROLE OF IoT SENSORS, AI AND SMART APPLICATIONS

  • What are the new digital solutions and technologies being introduced in the dredging segment?
  • What are the issues and challenges in implementation?
  • How are these solutions helping in energy efficiency, cost optimisation and enhancing productivity?

DREDGING AT NATIONAL WATERWAYS

  • What are the dredging needs and requirements at national waterways? What has been the progress so far?
  • What are the issues and challenges?
  • What is the outlook?

DREDGING CORPORATION OF INDIA’S PERSPECTIVE

  • What have been the key dredging projects undertaken in the past year?
  • How have the contracting practices evolved over the years?
  • What are your plans and strategies for the future?

EFFECTIVE USE OF DREDGED MATERIAL

  • What are the key practices in handling dredged material? What are the norms and guidelines?
  • What are the key issues and challenges?
  • What are the alternative uses of the dredged material?

EMERGING EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS

  • What are the new trends in dredging equipment?
  • What are the new technologies and advancements offered by vendors?
  • What are the global best practices?

DREDGING COST ECONOMICS

  • How has the project economics evolved over the years?
  • What are the risks and challenges?
  • What are some of the notable projects in terms of cost optimisation?

PROJECT SHOWCASE

  • What are some of the noteworthy dredging projects?
  • What are their key characteristics?
  • What can be learnt from their implementation experience?

Key speakers over the past few years:

  • N. Aswath, Development Advisor, Ports, Ministry of Shipping
  • Ravi Kant, Chief Engineer, Inland Waterways Authority of India
  • Dr G.Y.C Victor, CMD, Dredging Corporation of India
  • Susantha Abeysiriwardana, Additional MD, Technical, Sri Lanka Ports Authority
  • P. Bakshi, Chairman, Maharashtra Water Resources Regulatory Authority
  • Pallavi Bedi, Partner, L&L Partners
  • Vinit Kumar, Chairman, Kolkata Port Trust
  • Prasant Das, Dredging Head, JSW Jaigarh Ports
  • Vaidhyanathan, Chief Engineer, Cochin Port Trust
  • Paritosh Bala, Chief Engineer, Cochin Port Trust
  • Rakesh Ranjan Khuntia, General Manager South Asia, ISDPL
  • Kees Derks, Area Sales Director, Royal IHC
  • Sanjeev Kumar, Head, Business Development, Dredging, Adani Ports and SEZ
  • Devdatta Bose, Group Sector Head, Ports and Transportation, Tata Consulting Engineers
  • René Kolman, Secretary General, International Association of Dredging Companies

 

Major port trusts | Hydro and wind power developers | Surveyors, investigators and hydrographers | Funding/Development agencies | Private port operators | Legal firms | Technology providers | Financial institutions/Banks/Equity analysts | Ports developers | Dredging contractors/sub|contractors |Dam construction contractors | Consultancy organisations | Maritime boards and state port departments | Dredger manufacturers |Dredging equipment providers | Oil and gas refineries and exploration companies | Captive jetties |Irrigation departments | Environmental analysts | Mining contractors | Shipyards | Design consultants | Etc.

By :

  • ITC Maratha,
  • Mumbai
  • Maharashtra

Event Schedule Details

  • September 6, 2022 (Tuesday) - September 7, 2022 (Wednesday)
    10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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