AHMEDABAD: Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd (APSEZ), India’s largest port developer recently organized its first ever International Trade meet in Shanghai, China, in order to boost its presence in the global markets and enhance visibility of their world class ports and infrastructure.
The event deemed fit as an ambitious programme to build relationships with major exporters and importers based in countries with significant trade potential. It set an ideal platform to highlight APSEZ’s Ports as alternative and optimal gateway, located very close to the vast swathes of Indian hinterland.
The meet saw participants from the crème de la crème of Shanghai’s shipping, freight forwarding and manufacturing community foregathered to explore business opportunities and the various benefits that could accrue from using APSEZ’s Ports for their export and import trade with India.
A brief speech by Capt. Sandeep Mehta (President, Container Terminals, Adani Ports) was followed by a Panel discussion on “Visibility of logistics infrastructure in India’, moderated by Mr. Shahzad Athar (GM, Sales, Container Terminals, Adani Ports).
APSEZ possesses a string of 10 ports spanning the entire coastline of India. In the past few years, APSEZ has increasingly also been recognised globally as a port operator of repute, with its flagship Mundra Port being consistently ranked amongst the world’s fastest growing ports. APSEZ is India’s largest private port operator, with existing Container Terminals operational at Mundra, Hazira and Kattupalli.
New Container Terminals are planned in Mundra, Ennore, Vizhinjam and Dhamra.