Fact Sheet on Indian Port 2011                                                                           Reference code: I...
PRESS RELEASE                        The Future of Ports in India – a forecast is based upon a highly extensive cross-    ...
REPORT HIGHLIGHTS AND FEATURES         Report Highlights:                 Competitive analysis of Indian ports industry. ...
CONTENTS                    o India Advantages                    o Market Analysis                    o Industry Infrastr...
LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES          List of Tables:                Table 1: List of companies involved in developing port ...
Report Summary:                Report Title : Fact Sheet on Indian Port 2011                Reference code: IRRMRTMAR11-01...
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Indian port

  1. 1. Fact Sheet on Indian Port 2011 Reference code: IRRMRTMAR11-01 Published On: 15Mar2011 www.internationalresearchreport.com India Malaysia Singapore #42, II Floor, 3, Jalan BP 3/17, 7500ª Beach Road Venkatarathinam Nagar, Bandar Bukit Puchonga, #08-313, the Plaza Adyar, Chennai. 47100 Puchong, Singapore 199591 Tamil Nadu, India Selangor Darul Ehsan, MalaysiaFact Sheet on Indian Port 2011 @IRR.comThis profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied
  2. 2. PRESS RELEASE The Future of Ports in India – a forecast is based upon a highly extensive cross- country scrutiny draw together research report, modeling and analysis in order to develop uniquely detailed data for the key decision makers and specialists. It caters detailed not only the analysis of major and non-major ports but also showing the commodity wise, growth of exports and imports, industry infrastructure, capacity and utilization in main ports and so on. This analysis allows the marketers interested in ports to determine how the Government invested for the growth of capacity, raising private participation and the quality of services by launching National Maritime Development Programme (NMDP). Statistics set are catered for 2010 through to 2012. This presents the Government investments that are Private Sector Investment by 2010-11, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) between 2000 and 2010, Private Equity (PE) Investment between 2005 and 2010.Fact Sheet on Indian Port 2011 @IRR.com 2This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied
  3. 3. REPORT HIGHLIGHTS AND FEATURES Report Highlights:  Competitive analysis of Indian ports industry.  Market forecast till 2010 to 2012  Behavioral pattern, preferences and expenditure capacity of Indian consumers.  Increasing acceptance of ports among Indian consumers.  Evolution of franchise businesses in Indian ports sector.  IT trends in Indian ports industry and technological expansion leading to the stores’ Security.  Company profiles of 25 key players, which include 6 international ports Report Features:  Market analysis of Indian Ports  Traffic on main container ports  Growth in Exports and Imports  Total traffic handled – Overview Performance  Traffic handled at major and non-major ports  Opportunities of Indian Ports  India Advantages of Indian portsFact Sheet on Indian Port 2011 @IRR.com 3This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied
  4. 4. CONTENTS o India Advantages o Market Analysis o Industry Infrastructure o Investments o Procedure and regulatory Outline o Opportunities o Key ContactsFact Sheet on Indian Port 2011 @IRR.com 4This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied
  5. 5. LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES List of Tables: Table 1: List of companies involved in developing port infrastructure Table 2: Industry transportation state wise distribution Table 3: Capacity and Utilization in main ports of India (2005-2010) Table4: Industry Infrastructure capacity at non –major ports Table 5: Private equity investments Table 6: Major Ongoing projects August 1, 2010 List of Figures: Figure1: India Advantages Figure 2: Market Analysis Figure 3: Total Traffic handled –Performance overview Figure 4: Traffic handled at major and non-major ports Figure5: Commodity-wise traffic handled at major ports (2009–2010) Figure 6: Growth in Export & Imports (USD Billion) Figure 7: Traffic on main container ports Figure8: Major trends Traffic on main container ports Figure 9: Share of states in traffic handled at Major and Non-Major Ports (2006-2010) Figure10: OpportunitiesFact Sheet on Indian Port 2011 @IRR.com 5This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied
  6. 6. Report Summary: Report Title : Fact Sheet on Indian Port 2011 Reference code: IRRMRTMAR11-01 Published On: 15Mar2011 Published by: IRR [International Research Report] Pages: 30 pages Price: 50USD Contact Us Email us: info@internationalresearchreport.com / cking.sg@gmail.com Website: www.internationalresearchreport.com Contact No: +91- 9840995095/ +91-(44)-45504412Fact Sheet on Indian Port 2011 @IRR.com 6This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied

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