Shipping & Marine World Expo 2008
March 3-6, 2010
Venue : Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon, Mumbai, India.
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VISION - National Maritime Development SHIPPING & MARINE World Expo 2010
Programme : The event is aimed at creating business opportunities and fuelling growth in the maritime industry by bring together representatives of
276 projects involving investment of USD 13.75 billion, which cover the entire gamut of the Government, maritime bodies and the industry through a series of focused sessions and trade fairs.
activities in the major ports have been identified under the National Maritime
Development Programme (NMDP) to be taken up for implementation upto 2011-12. SHIPPING & MARINE World Expo 2010 has planned to form a forum comprising maritime experts and industry majors, who will
address, discuss and formulate growth-oriented strategies.
These include berth development, deepening of channels, port connectivity projects,
upgradation / modernization of cargo handling equipment and other support activities.
A major portion of the investment amounting to about USD 7.67 billion is expected from
the private sector, mainly in commercially viable projects like construction of berths Scope of Exhibition Leader Speak....
and operation of berths and terminals. Public funds will be used, where necessary, for • Marine Equipment
provision of common user infrastructure facilities. Similarly, 111 Projects in the • Marine Technology .J.
“Dr. A.P Abdul Kalam, In his inaugural address said
Shipping Sector involves an investment of USD 11.25 billion by 2025. Exercise is • Shipbuilding / Shipyard Industry that this event is very timely as we are on the threshold
already underway to identify more projects under NMDP. • Dredging ,
of entering into a 10 % growth in GDP which has
touched one trillion dollars. Indian shipping business
• Ship Sections • Ports
is less than one billion dollars even when India has
INVESTMENT POLICY - • Maritime Services 7000 KM long coastline. Indian Shipbuilding
• Shipyard Installation Equipment Companies have large orders and there is definite
Encouraging response in Private participation • Instrumentation, Automation & Control need for enhancing shipbuilding capacity. For high
The Government has been encouraging private sector participation including foreign
direct investment in port development since the early 1990s. The major areas which
• Prime Movers / Propulsion Systems growth and success, we need innovation and creative
have been thrown open for private investment, mainly on Build, Operate and Transfer • Port Equipment and Technology leaders, who can exercise the vision to change the
• Ship Operations Equipment traditional role . We have to create facilities for vessels ranging from 150,000-
(BOT) or Build, Own, Operate and Transfer (BOOT) basis, include construction of cargo 300,000 DWT, connectivity in terms of rail, road and air, an effective
handling berths, container terminals and warehousing facilities, installation of cargo handling equipment, construction of dry- • Cargo & Material Handling Equipment & Systems
communication system and plan for automation, CAD /CAM for shipbuilding right
docks and ship-repair facilities, etc. Foreign direct investment upto 100% under automatic route is permitted for construction and • Electronics / Communications from beginning. Design office task should be reduced by using software. These
maintenance of ports and harbours. Fifteen private sector projects are operational in various major ports. Four more projects are • Offshore Technology actions will enable the Indian shipbuilding industry to build 30 million DWT of
under implementation. The preferred route for private sector participation is through open competitive bidding. • Navigational Equipment & Aids ships creating a market for US $ 30 billion / year by the year 2020”
• Propulsion Systems & Drives .J.
H. E. Dr. A.P Abdul Kalam, Former President of India.
MAJOR INVESTMENTS : • Corrosion Technology & Services
• Third Container Terminal at Jawaharlal Nehru Port developed on BOT basis by MAERSK A/S & CONCOR consortium “Indian fleet today caters to only 13% of International
- Estimated investment USD 200 million. Visitor Profile : Trade and even if we want to maintain 13% Share, we
• International Container Transshipment Terminal at Cochin Port to be developed on BOT basis by M/s. Dubai Ports • Ship Owners / Ship Managers Institutions require an investment of more than $200 billion. We
World - Estimated investment USD 471 million. • Ports & Port Technology have also a long way to go in shipbuilding industry,
• First Port based Special Economic Zone (SEZ) at Cochin to come up.
• Development of Container Terminal at Kandla port on BOT basis is underway - Estimated investment USD 60 million. • Offshore Technology for Exploration of Natural which is witnessing a boom. The prospects for
Resources shipping, shipbuilding, ports and other Maritime
• Terminal for handling Iron ore, Coal and Chemicals to be developed on BOT basis at Ennore Port - Estimated
related activities is bright. ”
investment USD 222 million. • Logistics
• Second Container Terminal at Chennai is in the Pipeline - Estimated investment USD 109 million. • Shipbuilding / Ship Managers / Shipyard Industry Mr. S Hajara,
• Deepening of main harbour and entrance channel at Jawaharlal Nehru Port for handling upto 6000 TEUs capacity • Shipping Administrators & Classification Chairman, Central Advisory Board,
container vessels taken up -Estimated cost USD 178 million. Shipping & Marine World Expo 2008 / 2010,
Societies Chairman & Managing Director, Shipping Corporation of India
• Deepening of Approach Channel at Paradip Port to handle 1,25,000 DWT vessels taken up - Estimated cost
USD 34 million.
• Non-Governmental Organisations
• Ship Sections Many Dutch companies are in India and India has the
ADVANTAGE INDIA : INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES • Shipyard Installations and Equipment biggest Investment in Netherlands as it is a gateway to
• India has a coastline of over 7500 miles.
• Indian economy is growing at a sustaining GDP rate. The
WILL COVER • Marine Equipment Europe. The Dutch Dredging companies are in great
demand all over the world. Netherlands, though
growth is reflected in major expansions in various Shipping • Electrical Engineering / Electronics/
companies, shipyards and Ports. • Ship Building Communications
geographically small in size, the maritime, ports and
hinterland connectivity are excellent. We have signed
• Indian Navy and Coast Guard are also expanding to meet the • Infrastructure • Prime movers / Propulsion Systems an MOU with the Shipping Ministry for sharing our
needs of the country's defence. • Ship Operation Equipment expertise with India We are keen to help India in areas
· • Over 100 billion US$ investment is envisaged in marine • Financing
• Indian Navy & Coastguard like dredging, and maritime activities and have invited
industry in the next 10 years. • Public-Private Partnerships
• India is a major supplier of Human resources for the world • Oil & Gas Industry Indian Companies for tie-ups . ”
maritime industry, with the advantage of its seafarers highly • Maritime Training • Marine Technology Mr. Camiel Eurlings,
proficient in spoken and written English language. • Maritime Services Hon’ble Minister of Transport,
• Technical Institutes have been set up all over the country to • Maritime Safety & Security • Maritime Educational & Training Institutes Public Works and Water Management, The Netherlands
train marine engineers, navigators, sailors and managers. • Ports
For more details visit our site : www.chemtech • Private Port Case Studies PARTICIPATION EXPECTED FROM COUNTRIES
• Austria • Malaysia • Australia • Mauritius • Belgium • Norway • Canada • New Zealand • China • Russia • Denmark • Singapore • Finland
online.com/shippingmarine • Hinterland Connectivity • South Korea • France • Spain • Germany • Sweden • Greece • Netherlands • Hong Kong • Turkey • UAE • Italy • UK • Japan • USA