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Budget 2022-23: Logistics & MSME Support Focus
The 2022-2023 Union Budget introduces a slew of measures to further the vision of ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat’ and pushes economic growth in the lead up to India’s 100 years of independence. Our Finance Minister emphasized the importance of the PM Gati Shakti National Master Plan in building multimodal connectivity and improving logistics efficiency. Read more.
23 February 2022
Trade Update Review - February 1, 2022
The shipping and maritime industry has witnessed many heartening developments in the form of deployed vessels capacity remaining impressively high during the four-week period starting from the Chinese New Year, fleet anti-grounding alert software system innovation from a Japanese shipping line, OOCL doubling Q4, 2022 revenues, and French CMA CGM subsidiary Ceva Logistics finding a place in the world of high octane Formula 1 racing through the Italian prancing horse, Ferrari. Read weekly trade updates to know more.
02 February 2022
Thailand shows great trade potential for India
As key players in the South Asia and Southeast Asia geographies, India and Thailand have deep rooted historical, cultural and trade ties. Leveraging its links with Thailand, India can find better access to trade with the $2.3 trillion ASEAN Economic Community market. Read on to know more about the trade potential between the two countries and beyond.
31 January 2022
Trade Update Review - January 25, 2022
Get the latest updates on key trade, shipping and maritime developments from across the world which occurred in the past one week
27 January 2022
Latest Freight News from China- 13th Jan, 2022
Authorities in the port city of Tianjin have put up a tiered lockdown. The Port of Tianjin and the airport have suspended pickup operations for all import containers. Truck deliveries from Tianjin to Beijing are restricted. The airport in Xi’an remains closed. The movement of rail and road freight remains restricted. Freight transportation companies and shippers fear labor shortages due to COVID outbreaks. Trucking operations at the Port of Ningbo slowed. Read more on the latest updates from China
17 January 2022
Pandemic leaves Chinese ports clogged - 2022
The world continues to reel under the Coronavirus pandemic and its multiple waves shaking one country after the other, manifested by the new Omicron variant now. As in most industries, the pandemic has its pronounced impact on the shipping industry as well, especially leading to congestion at Chinese ports, which is also aggravated by other causes. Read on to know the many reasons causing Chinese ports congestion, including if Hong Kong can play a bigger role in logistics.
13 January 2022
Cogoport: Global Trade Platform
We need to move from a fragmented, non-synchronous set of processes to a trusted, seamless experience that is purpose-built to help businesses not only survive but thrive. We need a Global Trade Platform, that is intuitive, accessible, and can unleash the full potential of all trade-aspirant companies to truly be able to participate in global trade.
13 January 2022
Digital Adoption in Shipping industry
The global shipping industry, which is crucial for the normal functioning of trade and commerce and the wider world took its baby steps towards digitalisation only recently, falling behind several other age old industries such as banking, travel, telecom and others. Read on to know how a few shipping pioneers are blazing the trail of digitalisation to modernise the landscape for seamless operations.
11 January 2022
How Olympics boost host countries trade ?
‘Olympic Trade Effect’: Countries bidding to host the Olympics send a signal that they are ready to open up trade. Leading economists believe that there was strong evidence of the Olympics having a large positive effect, north of 30 percent, on exports of hosting nations. This points towards that the China Winter Olympics 2022 will boost export and import from the nation.