Second wave casts a cloud over fragile aviation sector

In the 3 April week, fewer Indians flew than the week before, the second straight weekly fall

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Light At End Of The Tunnel For Battered Tanker Trade?
OPEC+ shocked the market in early March by keeping production cuts in place. Definitely not what the tanker industry wanted to hear. In typical fashion, it was spun as good news for shipping: Spot-rate pressure would be even worse in the near term, but the pain would end quicker as oil inventories drew down faster. ...

The silent rise of India’s private ports

Led by Adani group, smaller, nimbler privately-run ports are cannibalizing traffic away from govt-operated ports.The Major Port Authorities Bill, 2020, passed this February in Parliament is expected to give far greater autonomy in the operations of centrally-run ports as well as to PPP operators

India now has an Air Bubble Arrangement with Sri Lanka

Under the bilateral agreement, international flights between the two nations would be allowed to operate

Cargo handling at top-12 ports falls 4.59% to 673 MT in FY21

Recently, Minister of State for Ports, Shipping and Waterways Mansukh Mandaviya said the cargo traffic at 12 major ports declined considerably March onwards due to the adverse impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

India to manufacture containers in Bhavnagar, eyes Rs 1,000 cr investment: Mansukh Mandaviya

"India requires about 3.5 lakh containers every year. ...There is no container production in India and we have to depend mainly on China which is a global producer. Now we want to develop Bhavnagar in Gujarat as a container hub and we have selected 10 places there for its production on a pilot basis," Ports, Shipping and Waterways Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said.

India to manufacture containers in Bhavnagar, eyes Rs 1,000 cr investment: Mansukh Mandaviya

"India requires about 3.5 lakh containers every year. ...There is no container production in India and we have to depend mainly on China which is a global producer. Now we want to develop Bhavnagar in Gujarat as a container hub and we have selected 10 places there for its production on a pilot basis," Ports, Shipping and Waterways Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said.

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