9 Major Ports of India make it to the Global Top 100 by the World Bank

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9 Major Ports of India make it to the Global Top 100 by World Bank, a First for the country: Shri Sarbananda Sonowal

Visakhapatnam Port made it to Top 20 ports of the World at 19 in 2023, recording a marked improvement from 115 in 2022, another first for India”: Shri Sarbananda Sonowal

Mundra Port also climbed up the index at 27 in the current ranking, upping its rank from 48 last year

Container Port Performance Index (CPPI), developed by World Bank and S&P Global Market Intelligence, measured the resilience, efficiency & overall performance of the Ports

By PIB Delhi

In a significant boost to the India’s port development programme, as many as 9 ports of India made it to the Global Top 100 in the latest edition of Container Port Performance Index (CPPI), 2023 – a report prepared by the World Bank and S&P Global Marketing Intelligence. The Union Minister of Ports, Shipping & Waterways, Sarbananda Sonowal gave credit to the ambitious Sagarmala programme, envisioned by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for modernisation of the ports and improving their efficiency.

Speaking on the occasion, the Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said, “This is a tremendous achievement for the Indian ports and is a testament to the efforts taken by the Narendra Modi Government to modernise, mechanise and make them technologically savvy to improve performance and enhance efficiency. There has been a significant improvement via operational efficiency and service delivery in the efficient handling of ships and cargo. Thanks to the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji, we have been able to work on to improve the efficiency of our ports through path breaking ambitious initiatives like Sagarmala. This has helped us build resilience, incorporate new technology, and green infrastructure  to ensure stability of global markets and sustainability of India’s maritime industry. With sustained effort in this regard, we are confident that Indian maritime sector will further improve resilience and efficiency of Maritime gateways and boost port led economic development.”

Vishakhapatnam Port has showcased strong performance with 27.5 moves per crane hour, a turnaround time (TRT) of 21.4 hours, and minimal berth idle time. These metrics highlight the port’s efficiency in handling container ships and significantly influence customer preference. Seven other Indian ports, which secured ranks in the top 100, are Pipavav (41), Kamarajar (47), Cochin (63), Hazira (68), Krishnapatnam (71), Chennai (80) and Jawaharlal Nehru (96).

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