The maritime industry in India is a vital component of the nation’s economy, playing a crucial role in trade, transportation, and commerce. With a coastline spanning over 7,500 kilometers and strategically located along key international shipping routes, India boasts a thriving maritime sector that encompasses ports, shipping, shipbuilding, and ancillary services. The country’s maritime industry is one of the largest in the world, handling a significant portion of global maritime trade. Major ports such as Mumbai, Chennai, and Kolkata serve as critical gateways for both domestic and international cargo, facilitating the movement of goods to and from various parts of the globe. Additionally, India’s shipbuilding industry is steadily growing, supported by a skilled workforce and modern infrastructure. With ambitious initiatives like Sagarmala and Make in India driving growth and development, the maritime industry in India is poised for further expansion, presenting ample opportunities for investment, innovation, and collaboration on both a national and international scale.

Major Ports Supported
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Port, Mumbai: Situated near India’s financial capital, it’s the largest container port, handling vast cargo volumes and playing a pivotal role in facilitating trade for Western India. Its modern facilities and strategic location ensure efficient maritime operations, contributing significantly to the country’s economic growth.
  • Chennai Port: Established in 1881, Chennai Port is the oldest major port on India’s East Coast. It boasts diverse cargo handling capabilities, including containers, dry bulk, and liquid cargo, serving as a vital gateway for Southern India’s maritime trade. Chennai Port plays a crucial role in regional connectivity and economic development.
  • Mundra Port, Gujarat: Located in the state of Gujarat, Mundra Port stands as India’s largest private port. Operated by Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ), it has rapidly emerged as a key maritime hub, handling various commodities and contributing significantly to Western India’s economic prosperity.
  • Visakhapatnam Port: Strategically positioned on India’s East Coast, Visakhapatnam Port is a major maritime gateway, handling diverse cargo types and serving as a crucial trade link for Eastern and Central India. Its deep-water harbor facilitates the smooth movement of large vessels, enhancing its significance in India’s maritime trade.
  • Kolkata Port: Situated on the Hooghly River in West Bengal, Kolkata Port is one of India’s oldest major ports. With extensive cargo-handling facilities, including bulk and container terminals, it plays a vital role in facilitating trade for Eastern India and neighboring countries, contributing to regional economic growth.
Services Offered
  • Services of Lifeboats & Davits, Rescue Boats & Launching Appliances, Life Saving Appliances, Fire Fighting Appliances, Electronics Navigation & Communication, Electrical & Automation, Calibration Equipment, Air Condition & Refrigeration, Ballast Water Management System, Marine Stores and Spare Supplies, Mechanical Repairs, Painting and Refurbishing