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Ports in India 2020

India Infrastructure Research has released the “Ports in India 2020” research report.


India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) is currently developing and will soon release the "Ports in India 2020" research report. The report is sold as part of a special package designed in response to customer need for continuing information updates on developments in the Indian ports sector.

The 2020 edition will have four sections with twenty-two chapters:

Section I: Sector Analysis, Recent Developments, Future Outlook and Opportunities

  • Sector Overview
  • Policy and Other Recent Developments
  • Port Traffic and Capacity Analysis
  • Sagarmala: Overview and Progress so Far
  • Project Pipeline at Major Ports Under Sagarmala
  • Project Pipeline at Non-Major Ports
  • Outlook and Key Projections (till  2024-25)
  • Market Opportunities
  • Investment and PPP Experience
  • Cost and Tariffs Trends

Section II: Segment Analysis, Trends and Opportunities

  • Port Connectivity
  • Coastal Shipping
  • National Waterways
  • Update on Jal Marg Vikas
  • Other Focus Areas

Section III: Key Commodities: Traffic, Capacity Trends and Outlook

  • Coal
  • Iron Ore
  • Petroleum, Oil and Lubricants
  • Containers
  •  Fertilisers

Section IV: Operational Port Profiles

  • Major Port Profiles*
  •  Key Non-Major Port Profiles**

* Each profile will cover traffic, capacity, capacity utilisation, efficiency and financial performance trends for the past five years; existing berthing facilities; planned capacity addition and upcoming projects.
**Each profile will cover traffic, capacity, capacity utilisation; existing berthing facilities; planned capacity addition and upcoming projects.

The 11 monthly updates will comprise 16-24 pages on analysis of traffic at major ports, commodity-wise traffic at major ports, fleet size of Indian shipping industry (no. of vessels and tonnage), project update (major & non-major ports), upcoming tenders (major & non-major ports), new project announcements (container terminals, berths, road & rail connectivity, inland waterways, dredging, etc.) (major &non-major ports) and key data and statistics.

The 52 weekly newsletters will comprise 4-6 pages. It will cover new developments in the port sector relating to policy announcements, government initiatives, project completions/awards/announcements, update on key programmes, key financings, technology initiatives, etc.

The report will be available in a PDF format along with a data-set (in excel format) and is expected to release by mid-February 2020.


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