Thursday, June 20, 2013

Chennai Port to organise trade meet in Andhra on July 5


With the view to increasing its base in the major cargo originating regions, Chennai Port is organizing a mega trade meet in Hyderabad on July 5. 
“We have planned the meeting to basically disseminate the capabilities of Chennai Port among the major EXIM players in that State,” a senior port official told Sagar Sandesh.
The main thrust at the meet would be for project cargo, RORO, granite, foodgrains and containerized cargo, as Chennai Port is better connected with ports of different continents, the official added
It may be noted here that Chennai Port has positioned itself as a main port in the country for handling of project cargo and RORO vessels with its direct services to the world’s busiest ports.
Besides top officials of Chennai Port and its two container terminals, high-ranking AP Government officials, representatives from Customs, CONCOR, RORO-vessel operators, Andhra Chamber of Commerce and vibrant exporters and importers from the region are expected to participate in the meet.
Based on the feedback and outcome of the July 5 meeting, the Chennai Port management is likely to organise such trade meets in different cargo-originating regions across South India.

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