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February 4, 2016

Maritime India Summit Road Show Kick Starts

Kolkata, 3rd Feb, 2016: Industry leaders, corporate heads, policy makers and senior executives took part in the very first road show which served as a run up to the Maritime India Summit’16.

Maritime India Summit is being organized by the Ministry of Shipping at Bombay Convention and Exhibition Centre, in Mumbai. Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has kindly consented to inaugurate the Summit on 14 April 2016. This event will comprise of an Investors’ Summit and an Exhibition. The Investors’ Summit will be held on 14 - 15 April 2016 whereas the Exhibition and Demo Sessions have been planned for three days i.e. 14 - 16 April 2016.

Republic of Korea has consented to be a partner country for the MIS 2016 and the Summit will have participation of the delegation of maritime companies and Government officials from South Korea. Government of India has also invited Governments of 30 other maritime nations to attend the Summit

Echoing the government’s resolve to become one of the top Maritime business destinations in Asia, Honorable Minister of Shipping, Road and Transport Shri Nitin Gadkari said, “A strong maritime sector will create economic growth and jobs. Realizing this potential is duty towards the nation. I am committed to bring the sector into focus; to achieve our goal of Port led economic development”

The roadshow witnessed active participation from the members of the shipping ministry as well as from various industry bodies. Shri Abhishek Chandra (Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Shipping) made a detailed presentation at the Kolkatta Roadshow as a run up to the upcoming Maritime India Summit.

Additionally the Dy. Chairman, HDC, Kolkata Port Trust, Shri Manish Jain who was present at the road show, said “This is an excellent opportunity for us to show case the new upcoming projects along the Bengal coast line and draw the attention of potential national/international investors to build maritime infrastructure in eastern India, to International standard. I would like to urge all domestic/international investors, shipping lines, experts from this part of the country to avail this opportunity and participate in Maritime India Summit 2016 slated to be held at Mumbai for three days i.e. 14-16 April, 2016.”

The event ended on a buzzing note as corporate leaders shared ideas with the speakers and peers over a networking lunch.

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