JNPT bags ‘Public Port of the Year (container)’ at the “Samudra Manthan Awards”

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December 16, 2019: Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT), due to their enhanced handling capacity and operational efficiency along with the state-of-the-art equipment & technology, today announced that they had won the Public Port of the Year (Container)’ in the 7th edition of the “Samudra Manthan Awards” a leading award for the Indian Maritime Industry.

The category ‘Public Port of Year’ evaluated the Ports across various parameters like Productivity, Capacity, Handling of Different type of cargo in Tonnage, Automation process used for efficient port operation (Savings: cost, time etc.), Coverage of Cargo in India, Infrastructure, to name a few. JNPT showed remarkable growth across all these parameters, be it crossing the 5 Million TEUs milestone in container handling for a financial year or the various projects underway such as the on-going development of the 4th Terminal, the mega road infrastructure development project, development of Dry Ports, JNPT –SEZ project, automation & digitization of services and many similar initiatives focused on Port expansion and enhancing operational efficiency.

On winning this prestigious award, Shri Sanjay Sethi, IAS, Chairman, JNPT said, “We believe this award is a symbol of recognition for our efforts and quality service that we provide our customers. With the aim of encouraging country’s trade, we ensure that the entire family of JNPT puts in efforts to constantly evolve our operational efficiency and the port’s capacity by maintaining the global standards. Being ranked amongst the top 30 ports globally, we strive to further transform and upgrade our services to the maritime sector.”

With the theme ‘Celebrating Height of Success on High Seas’ Bhandarkar Shipping Organized and presented the awards at an event on 13th December 2019 on the Cruise ship Angriya. At this edition, the industry’s noteworthy and influential players were rewarded and their efforts were recognized, rightly so because the maritime industry against many odds, is successfully serving the country and contributing to the Indian economy.