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Latest market research report titled Shipping and Port Market in India 2014 states that the Indian shipping sector is expected to witness a major growth due to the rapid increase in economic activities and increased EXIM trade. The Indian shipping sector comprises of the coastal shipping, ship building and ship repair industries, whereas the port sector consists of the major and non-major ports. Shipping and port industry is one of the major industries in India and has always been a major area of focus for the Indian government. It plays a crucial role in the development of the Indian economy. Coastal shipping is an important part of the shipping industry with immense potential to grow. The industry is still in its nascent stage wherein the government is taking steps to promote it.Significant increase in economic activities and favorable initiatives taken by the government and investment from both the public and private sector is helping in the growth of the Indian ports industry. The major drivers propelling the growth of the market are increase in imports of coal, oil, iron-ore and food grains. But at the same time the industry is plagued with some challenges including, increased competition in terms of ship building from China and Korea and oversupply of tonnage. Overall the industry is showing a favorable growth rate and is expected to grow in the coming decade.
Slide 1: Executive SummaryMacroeconomic IndicatorsSlide 2: GDP at Factor Cost: Quarterly (2011-12 2014-15), Inflation Rate: Monthly (Jul 2013 Dec 2013)Slide 3: Gross Fiscal Deficit: Monthly (Feb 2013 Jul 2013), Exchange Rate: Half Yearly (Apr 2014 Sep 2014)Slide 4: Lending Rate: Annual (2011-12 2014-15), Trade Balance: Annual (2010-11 2013-14), FDI: Annual (2009-10 2012-13)IntroductionSlide 5: Shipping and Port Industry SegmentsSlide 6: Shipping Vessels (2012 and 2013)Market OverviewSlide 7: Shipping Overview, Growth of Indian Tonnage (2011 2013), Indian Overseas Seaborne Trade (1999-00 and 2012-13)Slide 8: Coastal Shipping Overview, Number of Coastal Vessels (2010 2013), Capacity of Coastal Vessels (2010 2013)Slide 9: Shipbuilding Overview, Market Size of Shipbuilding (2013 2018e), Shipbuilding No and Capacity (2011-12 and 2012-13)Slide 10: Ship Repair Overview, Market Share and Size (India and Rest of the World), Number of Ships Repaired (2009 2012)Slide 11-12: Trends observed in the marketSlide 13-15: Indian Port Sector OverviewSlide 16: Major Ports Overview, Traffic Handled at Major Ports (2025 2026e), Major Ports Capacity and Traffic (2009-10 2012-13), Major Ports Capacity Utilization (2009-10 2012-13)Slide 17: Commodity Wise Traffic at Major PortsSlide 18: Major Ports Cargo Handled (2011-12 and 2012-13), Financial Performance Major Ports (2010 2013)Slide 19: List of Major Ports IndiaSlide 20-46: Major Ports of IndiaSlide 47-48: Non Major Ports OverviewInvestments Undertaken at the Major PortsSlide 49-54: Investments Undertaken at the Major PortsRecent & Emerging OpportunitiesSlide 55-60: Recent & Emerging OpportunitiesGovernment InitiativesSlide 61: Government Bodies, Policies and Initiatives SummarySlide 62: Major Government BodiesSlide 63: Government PoliciesSlide 64-65: Government InitiativesDrivers & ChallengesSlide 66: Drivers and Challenges SummarySlide 67-72: DriversSlide 73-74: ChallengesCompetitive LandscapeSlide 75: Porters Five Forces AnalysisSlide 76-80: Competitive BenchmarkingSlide 81-106: Major Transportation CompaniesSlide 107-131: Major Shipbuilding and Repair CompaniesStrategic RecommendationsSlide 132: RecommendationsAppendixSlide 133: Key Ratios DescriptionSlide 134: Sources of Information