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NMPT begins coastal cargo operations to Lakshadweep

A J Vinayak

Following a directive to the major ports from the Union Ministry of Shipping to give priority fo... »

Vizhinjam port gets viability grant funding from Centre

The ₹4,050-crore project is proposed to be set up through the design, build, finance, operate, and transfer mode.

Vinson Kurian

The proposed Vizhinjam deepwater port and international transhipment terminal near here has beco... »

Amravati Express derails at Kalyan; no injuries reported so far

Our Bureau

Rail traffic into Mumbai from the North East line (Nashik-Igatpuri-Kalyan side) has been blocked... »

Concor profits slide on changes in depreciation rate

Mamuni Das

Container Corporation of India (Concor) has seen a dip in profits in the quarter-ended September... »

Gati Q2 net up at Rs 12.5 cr

Our Bureau

Express distribution and logistics services company Gati Limited has posted a net profit of Rs 1... »

Logistics

Bengal Aerotropolis airport project hits fresh land hurdle

Pratim Ranjan Bose

As per records available with the bankers, the private airport near Durgapur was declared... »

Logistics

Rail unions oppose rejig

Our Bureau

Reiterating the need to make the Railways independent of political pressure, rail unions... »

Logistics

Japan offers assistance in intelligent transport systems

Our Bureau

Japan has offered to assist India in developing Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in urban are... »

ICICI Bank, Axis Bank tie up for electronic toll collection programme

Our Bureau

Private sector banks ICICI Bank and Axis Bank today announced partnership with the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) and Indian Highways Managem... »

Bengal Aerotropolis airport project hits fresh land hurdle

Pratim Ranjan Bose

As per records available with the bankers, the private airport near Durgapur was declared ready for commercial operations in April 2013. But not many have a clue when the airport wi... »

Japan offers assistance in intelligent transport systems

Our Bureau

Japan has offered to assist India in developing Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in urban areas, a statement from the Ministry of Urban Development said on Thursday. “Japan’s Mini... »
Cyclone Hudhud

Vizag port resumes cargo operations

M.T Krishna Babu

Our Bureau

The Visakhapatnam port has resumed normal cargo-handling operations and is taking steps now to restore some of the damaged installations, according to port chairman M.T Krishna Babu. He&n... »

Air charter operators oppose DGCA move to change rules

Our Bureau

Over 4,000 people will lose their jobs as 80 of the 120 non-scheduled operator permit (NSOPs) holders or air charter operators will have to close down if the proposed amendment by the Dire... »

Malabar Cements gets govt nod to set up unit at Kochi Port

V. Sajeev Kumar

The Kerala Government has accorded sanction to Malabar Cements Ltd to set up a bulk cement handling unit at Kochi Port at an investment of ₹160 crore. A government order to this effect sa... »

China’s Dalian port city floats platform to set up SME clusters

Mark Shujun Ma

Our Bureau

Dalian, a warm water port city in China, has taken the first step of a long march towards India, heeding Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call for ‘Make in India’.Mark Shujun Ma, a Sta... »

Tigerair to expand flights between Chennai and Singapore

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Tigerair, the Singapore-based budget carrier, will expand its service between Chennai and Singapore with two additional weekly flights on this route to meet the increasing... »

Malaysia Airlines, Tourism Malaysia offer new deals to Indian flyers

Our Bureau

This being the Visit Malaysia Year, Indian travellers can explore Malaysia with great deals.Malaysia Airlines, together with Tourism Malaysia, will give away special offers to visit... »

Centre plans to build rail network on Delhi's Ring Road

PTI

In order to decongest the national capital, the Centre today announced plans for a rail network on Delhi’s lifeline Ring Road linking various areas in the city. “There is a lot of traffic... »

As e-commerce grows, Safexpress moves from bikes to vans

Hyderabad intl airport on social media

Air passengers’ body questions ‘non-existent special fares’

Ganga to act as fuel carriageway for 21 power projects

Mega Cabs plans ₹500-cr biz expansion

Freight corridor body readies contracts for award

Mangalore International Airport records 4% growth in passenger traffic

Air cargo: India 2nd fastest growing market after Middle East

IBS Soft voted ‘IT Provider of the Year’ for air cargo sector

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IBS Software has been voted for the third successive time as the global ‘IT Provider of the Year’ for the air cargo industry for the year 2014. iCargo, developed by IBS Software in colla... »

Rail unions oppose rejig

Our Bureau

Reiterating the need to make the Railways independent of political pressure, rail unions have broadly opposed the proposal to restructure the organisation. The All India Railwaymen’... »

Safran in R&D partnerships with Indian academic institutes

Our Bureau

Safran, a global aerospace and defence company has announced the research and development collaborations with Foundation for Innovation & Technology Transfer (IIT, Delhi), and Society for Inno... »

Flydubai to increase India flight frequency

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Low cost-turned-premium carrier, flydubai, aims to run 29 weekly flights between India and Dubai by March 2015, a top company official said.The company, whose first flight on the Dubai-M... »

e-com firms knock on India Post for last mile connectivity

The India Post launches same day delivery service in Hyderabad on Wednesday. - Kurmanath

K V Kurmanath

As online retail has come of age in the country, e-commerce firms have begun to knock on the India Post doors for quick delivery of parcels. Though they have been using its service... »
LOGISTICALLY SPEAKING

Will Indian shipyards miss the LNG bus?

NK Kurup

Indian shipyards are finding it hard to meet GAIL’s eligibility criteria for building LNG ships. It has been two months, but none of the yards that expressed interest in the public sector gas i... »

IL&FS Engineering bags Rs 180 cr port order

Our Bureau

IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited has received a Letter of Award (LOA) from IL&FS Maritime Infrastructure Company Limited (IMICL) on behalf of Dighi Port Limited for a tot... »

Allied ICD Services certified as authorised operator

Our Bureau

Allied ICD Services Ltd, an Inland Container Depot based in Durgapur, West Bengal, was certified as an ‘Authorised Economic Operator’ (AEO) on October 22 by the Indian Customs. An Authori... »

Mangalore-Kuwait flight

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Air India reintroduced its Mangalore-Kuwait flight, which was withdrawn in February, on Monday. The MLA of Mangalore (South) JR Lobo, who boarded the inaugural flight that took off from Ma... »

Future Supply Chains to acquire logistics firm Brattle Foods

PTI

Future Supply Chains, part of Kishore Biyani’s Future Group, will acquire logistics start-up firm Brattle Foods for an undisclosed amount. As per the agreement between the two firms, Brat... »

‘Separate’ licences for stevedoring, shore handling

Etihad drops plan to lease Boeing aircraft from Jet Airways

New guidelines soon for privatisation of airport operations

Jet Airways COO (Designate) Karnik resigns

Hudhud : NIO vessel capsizes off Vizag

Modest growth in passenger volume at Mangalore airport

Kerala to speed up land acquisition for NH development


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