Sagarmala Project reports released: Invitation to various Stakeholders Feedback


Under the Sagarmala Programme of Ministry of Shipping, five reports have been prepared to provide implementation  of roadmap for holistic port-led development in the country and to engage with various stakeholders. The reports have been posted on the Ministry of Shipping website. The Ministry is reaching out to relevant stakeholders to apprise them of the findings / recommendations in these reports and to obtain relevant feedback on the same.

The reports include the cargo traffic projections in the ports and related logistics bottlenecks, plans for port capacity enhancement, perspective plans for the Coastal Economic Zones proposed under Sagarmala and the policy level recommendations to make port-led development successful in India.

The Sagarmala Programme aims to change the way logistics evacuation happens in India, make Indian manufacturers globally competitive, boost overall economic development through ports and empower coastal communities. The vast scope of Sagarmala implies that active participation of and support from key stakeholders (Central Ministries, State Governments, Industry Bodies and other agencies) is essential for the success of the programme.

All comments/suggestions on the various reports of Sagarmala can be sent on or before 31stAugust 2016 to:

Sagarmala Cell, Ministry of Shipping,

1stFloor, Right side, Press Trust of India Building,

Parliament Street, New Delhi – 110 001

Phone: 011-23714715, Fax: 011-23714716, Email:sagar.mala@nic.in

Reports can be accessed at the following

link: http://shipping.nic.in/index1.php?lang=1&level=0&linkid=99&lid=2332

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *