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Wood imports: variety is the spice

Demand from housing, furniture, hospitality and handicraft remains strong, making India a potential market for imported wood products. Limited domestic supplies is driving demand...

ICP Biratnagar gets operational

ICP Biratnagar will significantly cut down the time and cost for importing from India and third world countries This new year has brought in a...

Trade pays heavily for lack of lighter vessels

Shortage of lighter vessels is causing mother vessels to pay huge demurrage charges, while cargo handlers are unable to optimally use their equipment and...

Banking on BRI projects

The majority of Sri Lanka’s private sector wants the government to play a supportive role in facilitating and promoting joint ventures between Chinese and...

ENERGY HUB IN IOR

Energy requirements of countries in the Asia Pacific region are on the rise. Hambantota Port has all that is required to be the maritime...

Kalmar Eco Reachstacker – Lean and green

Increasing fuel costs and tougher emissions standards means you need a solution that is leaner and greener, while still maintaining the highest levels of...

IMO 2020 compliance a tough ride

Use of low sulphur fuel is increasing the operational cost of coastal ship operators, while the cost of moving cargo by road and rail...

Terminal Handling Charges – Bringing transparency

CBIC directs Custom houses to allow DPE, DPD and AEO clients/importers/exporters to pay Terminal Handling Charges directly to terminals bypassing shipping lines The Central Board...

The Corona virus conundrum

The outbreak of Corona virus in the world’s second largest economy has jolted the global supply chain Recently, China has been in the news for...

The Pandora’s Box

T S Ahluwalia, Convenor of Ports & Logistic Committee and President, NISA, drills down into the logistics cost structure of shippers to point out...
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