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  • Dr. Malini Shankar Director General Shipping, Ministry of Shiping, Govt of India

    It is Indeed my pleasure to be here at the 2nd Maritime Nation India, which brings all the South Asian countries together on shipping and related forum. I am glad that the organisers have made a great effort to organise this event. The event will have its benefits for the entire Maritime and Logistics Industry, as we go forward over the next three days. As the shipping is all about linking the countries and that’s where we all are heading through this event.

  • Mr. Sanjay Bhatia Chairman, Mumbai Port Trust

    I attended a very beautiful and meaningful cruise tourism session at Maritime Nation India 2017. The cruise tourism session was attended by the Indian and International cruise tourism experts. I am sure that the roadmap prepared by us for cruise tourism, will move forward now. The event like Maritime Nation India are very useful in taking this forward

  • Rear Admiral Sanjay Mahindru Flag Officer Commanding Maharashtra Area, Indian Navy

    The Shipbuilding and Ship repair session was extremely Interesting and educative. The level of Interest amongst the delegates was very high and meaningful. I wish the organisers all the best for conducting the Maritime Nation India 2017.

  • Mr. Niraj Bansal Deputy Chairman, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust

    It is a proud moment for me to be a part of the Maritime Nation India 2017. I have attended the last edition of the event, and I do feel that this edition will be also be as beneficial to the Industry as the last edition. With each new year, it will be adding new feather to the cap. It is a great initiative from the organisers of this event. Present time is very critical for the Indian Maritime sector. If you look at the government initiative for the last three years lot of focus have gone into creating into more efficiency and creating more value for the trade. Unless the ports start working as the gateway for the growth of economy, probably we will be missing the bus. Sagarmala is an innovative project, which the government has come up with. Lot of stake holders have to play the critical role in bringing this kind of efficiency in the system. I do feel that this kind of initiatives, like Maritime Nation India platform, where all the Maritime Industry leaders sit together and they start working on the issues, where the value can be created. This is the need of the hour and this event Maritime Nation India is going to create that value for the Maritime and Logistics Industry

  • Mr. Anoop Kumar Sharma Chairman & MD, Shipping Corporation of India

    It’s indeed a pleasure to be here. Looking at the exhibition and layout of the event, this is the way the shipping Industry comes together especially the participants from different Asian countries. I am pretty sure the Industry will benefit from this effort. I wish the Maritime Nation India participants a great success.

  • Mr. D.U.W De Zoysa Director (Logistics), Sri Lanka Ports Authority

    It’s a privilege and honour for me to join Maritime Nation India 2017. I hope that this conference and exhibition will be very fruitful for the Industry and wish you all the best

  • Mr. Niraj Ambani Group President Logistics, Reliance Industries Ltd.

    It is Interesting to know the current state and the future of Shipping and Logistics Industry requirements for growth (Includes the policy changes, Infrastructure & Collaboration with all the stakeholders). The Maritime Nation India 2017 was good and Informative. It has given a lot of action Items for all the stakeholders. Maritime Nation India is a good Initiative and looking forward to future participation..

  • Mr. Pramod Sant Chairman & MD, Vice President, Head, Exports / Imports & Export control & customs, Siemens Ltd, India

    I congratulate the organisers for conducting the Maritime Nation India 2017. It is a well Initiative event which had very Interesting sessions and discussions, where the decision makers from government and Industry shared their views on how the Industry can stay competitive in the global world of shipping and logistics Industry.

  • Mr. S.K. Das General Manager (Shipbuilding Mazgaon Docks Ltd.

    Maritime Nation India is nice platform for Shipbuilding where shipyards and shipowners discussed the real problem and how to Improve the whole system to make it more competitive. I wish

  • Ms. Nalini Gupta Managing Director, Lotus Destinations

    It is good to have this kind of forums like Maritime Nation India, because cruising in the true sense has got another chance in India to achieve the real business growth based on the country’s potential. This kind of platform like Maritime Nation India which brings the message not only to consumers, but to Cruise liners, to the government and to a large extent brings a positive feel about the Industry

  • Ms. Hanneli Slabber Country Head ,South Africa Tourism – India

    The Cruise tourism session at the Maritime Nation India 2017 was very interesting. When comes to cruise tourism. It is so important to have every single player/ stake holder on one platform like Maritime Nation India and discussing the development of cruise tourism like people from: (Ports, Immigration, people that built the ship, people that entertain the passengers, service providers). All these people have a role to build, develop and contribute to the growth of cruise tourism. Well done to the organisers for their efforts and vision. I am looking forward to more and more cruise operators and cruise liners next year in Maritime Nation India 2018 discussing and deliberating to increase the business volume from India.

  • Mr. Jay Bhatia Tourism Council Chairman, Travel Agents Association of India

    The interaction and discussion with the Mumbai Port Trust Chairman, Maritime Board official, Cruise tourism companies was very fruitful

  • Mr. R. K. Jain Co-opted Chairman, IMC Chamber of Commerce & Industry

    It is a great pleasure to be here at Maritime Nation India 2017. I would like to wish a grand success to all the exhibitors & participants

  • Mr. Vivek Kele Presidant - Association of Multi-modal Transporters of India

    I must appreciate team at Maritime Nation India for conducting this wonderful and meaningful event. Session on connectivity saw good conversations and deliberations. India has taken a approach of multi-modal development, but it is very segmented approach having separate ministries for rail, road, shipping and Inland water transport. Going forward, we see a convergence of this and the present government has taken one big step by merging of the Highway, Road, Inland water transport & Shipping under single Ministry, that is one big giant step.