Industry Analysis - Shipping Industry

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Prepared By : Nithinlal.M PGDM ’13-‘15 Reg No : PG13027

Industry Overview
Approximately 95% of India’s international trade by volume and 70% by value are seaborne. India has 11 major ports, 19 Medium port, and 187 minor ports along 7,517 km long Indian coastline. It is strategically located as a major maritime nation due to its long coastline that flanks important global shipping routes.
The National Transport Policy Committee (1980) recom­mended the following principles for declaration of a national waterway.
It should possess capability of navigation by mechanically propelled vessels of a reasonable size.
It should have about 45 m wide channel and minimum 1.5m depth.
It should be a continuous stretch of 50 kms.The only excep­tion to be made to waterway length is for urban conglomera­tions and intra-port traffic.
It should pass through and serve the interest of more than one State (or).
It should connect a vast and prosperous hinterland and Major Ports (or).
It should pass through a strategic region where development of navigation is considered necessary to provide logistic support for national security (or).
It should connect places not served by any other modes of transport.

Important Ports In India

Major
Medium(important)
Minor
Private
1
Calcutta
Bedi Bunder
Azhikkal
Cocanada
2
Chennai
Bhavnagar
Belikeri
Tuticorine
3
Cochin
Calicut
Beypore
Pipavav
4
JNP
Cuddalore
Cannanore
Adani
5
Kandla
Gopalpur
Coondapur

6
New Mangalore
Kakinada
Dahej

7
Mormugao
Karwar
Jafrabad

8
Mumbai
Magdalla
Jakhan

9
Paradip
Mandavi
Kasergode

10
Tuticorin
Navlakhi
Mundra

11
Visakhapatnam
Nagapattinam
Neendakara

12

Okha
Pindhara

13

Porbandar
Pipavav

14

Ratnagiri
Ponnani

15

Redi
Tellicherry

16

Salaya

17

Sikka

18

Trivandrum

19

Veraval

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