Chennai Port to get digitised operations

As part of its efforts to promote the ease of doing business through digital transformation and to build a world-class port infrastructure, the Chennai Port will soon implement an enterprise business system (EBS) project. The implementation of EBS project in Chennai Port is at an advanced stage and will be a way forward in their.

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Custodians spur the API integrations with PCS 1x

PCS 1x has driven the transition from the old paper-based regime to data exchanges via electronic medium between two entities. Further from traditional old-fashioned EDI based protocol, PCS 1x has been in forefront by enabling the near real-time exchange of data be-tween different stakeholders via API (Application Programming Interface). As on date, more than 20.

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All slots in TN, Puducherry informed to lift alert no. 3

All the slots in Tamil Nadu and also Puducherry have actually been actually recommended due to the Regional Meteorological Centre, Chennai, to lift Port Warning Signal No 3– port endangered through local area poor climate like squally winds. However, an authorities at the Chennai Port Trust stated that Signal Number 1– Depression much mixed-up; slot.

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Delays persist for Indian shippers despite Colombo congestion easing

Sri Lankan authorities have amped up efforts to bring Colombo port flow back to normal following severe congestion that threw vessel schedules out of whack, but Indian shippers may have to wait a while longer to see measurable respite from the dislocations tied to their transshipment movement through the South Asian hub. “All operations and.

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‘Paradip continues as country’s top port

The Port Day 2020 was a low-key affair at PPT, due to Covid-19 pandemic, but the celebrations were as per the age-old traditions. On the occasion, Chairman, Paradip Port Trust Rinkesh Roy attended the function as chief guest in a simple, but traditional affair, with no large gatherings. He unfurled the Paradip Port Flag at.

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Port volumes yet to fully recover, says Ind-Ra

India’s port volumes are yet to recover fully from the Covid-19 pandemic-induced trends such as shortage of containers amid a demand-supply imbalance, says India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra). In a report on India’s logistics sector, the ratings agency said that in October 2020, India’s port volumes continued the recovery momentum with a month-on-month (MoM) increase.

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Rent goes up for Ctg-hub ports container transport

Feeder vessel operators have imposed a surcharge on carrying containers between Chattogram and hub ports, saying severe congestion at the hubs is resulting in overstays and an increase in operational costs. The surcharge has been opposed by readymade garment exporters who have demanded its withdrawal as it would increase their costs and subsequently harm Bangladesh’s.

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JNPT says it adhering to all green norms for Vadhavan port development

The country”s leading container port JNPT on Saturday said it is adhering to the terms of reference issued by the Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change for prior environmental clearance for development of Vadhavan port. The government had in February approved a proposal to set up a new major port at Vadhavan near Dahanu.

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