Maersk fuels India's inland waterway container push

Inland waterway container services are gaining ground in India as shippers search for alternative transport solutions to traditional trucking, which is fraught with long delays due to inadequate, outmoded road infrastructure...

Adani making inroads in Indian container market

Adani Group, the largest private port infrastructure developer in India, continues to make steady inroads into the country’s emerging container...

Concerns delay India’s advance manifest rules again

Unresolved compliance concerns from ocean carriers and other supply chain stakeholders have forced Indian authorities to further...

India's reworked port tariff rule fails to ease investor worries

Lawmakers in India have drawn up a new port tariff policy in an effort to address competition...

India-Afghanistan corridor opens via Chabahar

India has received its first shipment from Afghanistan...

Standardization, security key to India port portal

It’s been three months since India launched a more advanced single electronic platform for port users, and so far, results have been mixed.The redesigned port...

India cabotage reform accelerates cargo growth

  A steady increase in India’s domestic transshipment handling — propelled by a May 2018 cabotage rule change — signals further ocean...

India port reforms fuel productivity gains

Port reforms in India are bearing fruit for ocean carriers, with state-owned ports notching impressive productivity gains in the country’s...

India advances reworked port tariff rules

Lawmakers in India have set the stage for older terminal concessionaires to migrate from a “skewed” 2005 revenue sharing regime to a new, reworked 2019 tariff framework. That's despite stakeholders decrying the alternative model as “regressive, discriminatory,” and generally insufficient in neutralizing the competitive disadvantages inherent...

India’s private ports gain ground on public rivals

The pace of growth in cargo movement via India’s minor privately owned ports, armed with more modern infrastructure and...