Shri Sarbananda Sonowal to chair Stakeholders Meet for Implementation of GMIS 2023 MoUs tomorrow

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The Ministry of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways (MoPSW) will organise the Stakeholders Meet – Implementation of MoUs at the Global Maritime India Summit 2023, here tomorrow. The event aims to catalyze the conversion of Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) signed during the Global Maritime India Summit 2023 (GMIS 2023) into actionable plans for realizing India’s ambitious maritime vision. The event will be graced by Shri Sarbananda Sonowal, Union Minister for Ports, Shipping and Waterways; Shri Shripad Y. Naik, MoS, MoPSW, and Shri Shantanu Thakur, MoS, MoPSW.

The upcoming Stakeholders Meet aims to build upon this momentum by facilitating the implementation of the MoUs signed during GMIS 2023. The event will serve as a platform for open discussion, inviting ideas and suggestions from stakeholders to address challenges and identify necessary support or policy interventions required for realizing the objectives outlined in the MoUs.

During this event, Saagar Aankalan Guidelines; GMIS Report, and M. Tech in Dredging Technology at IIT Chennai will also be launched.

GMIS 2023 emerged as one of the largest maritime summits globally, attracting a record-breaking investment commitment of ₹10 lakh crores during the three-day event. The success of GMIS 2023 was further highlighted by the signing of 360 MoUs, with an investment commitment of ₹8.35 lakh crores, and the announcement of additional investible projects worth ₹1.68 lakh crores. These MoUs encompass various facets of the maritime sector, ranging from port development and modernization to green hydrogen and ammonia, port-led development, cruise sector, business and commerce, shipbuilding, and knowledge sharing.

“Sagar Aankalan” Guidelines for National Benchmarking of Indian Ports Performance would be applicable to all Indian seaports with an aim to achieve; Mapping and benchmarking of Indian Port’s – logistics performance and efficiency, Harmonization of standards, definitions and performance with global benchmarks, Improving competitiveness, efficiency and overall performance of the port sector with focus on improvement, productivity, sustainability and customer satisfaction. 

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