MNI exhibition
MNI exhibition
MNI exhibition
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  • We are proud to announce OpenPort, Hong Kong and SolonPort, Istanbul as Silver Sponsors and JSW Infrastructure as the Gold Sponsor of Maritime Nation India 2017. of Maritime Nation India 2017. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT BHU) has confirmed participation as an exhibitor at Maritime Nation India 2017.Other exhibitors include Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT), Maharashtra Maritime Board (MMB), and many more..
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Maritime nation India 2018


Maritime Nation India is a three-day international exhibition that provides a unique global platform for exhibitors to demonstrate their expertise and explore potential business opportunities. Participants can benefit from the seven conferences on key segments (details below), special business sessions, and CXO roundtables, which are held alongside the exhibition. These programs bring in decision makers, industry experts, senior government officials, and business leaders from several countries as participants and visitors.

The maiden edition of Maritime Nation India held in September 2016, had over 2,000 visitors, 40 exhibitors,and 60 speakers from over 10 countries. Based on the feedback from the trade show and enquiries for booths, Maritime Nation India 14-16 September 2017 expects over 200 exhibitors and 6,000 participants in over 10 conferences.

The exhibition is being held at the CIDCO International Exhibition and Convention Centre, Navi Mumbai. The space is equipped for setting up booths and displaying a variety of equipment. The exhibition caters to all segments of the maritime industry and sees participation from sourcing delegations of different sectors including port authorities, shipping lines, terminal operators, and logistic operators including railways and container train operators. The industry segments of the maritime and logistics ecosystem represented in the Maritime Nation India trade show include:

  • Trade Lanes — Exporters, importers, shipping lines, forwarders, NVOCC, CHAs.
  • Infrastructure — Ports, Terminals, Container Freight Stations (CFS) Inland Containers Depots (ICD) , Logistics Parks, Warehouses.
  • Connectivity— Road, Rail , Inland Waterways transport operators, Coastal shipping, third party logistics service providers, forwarders, Container Train Operators.
  • Shipbuilding, Ship repair and Ship Recycling — Shipyards, Dockyards, Ship Breakers, ancillary industries and service providers.
  • Investment — Financial Institutions, M&A Advisors, Banks, Consultants and Legal Advisors.
  • Automation and Training-— Port equipment manufacturers, Warehouse and CFS /ICD equipment manufacturers, material handling equipment manufacturers, IT infrastructure and service providers, Maritime and Business Training establishments, Crewing and manning firms.
  • Cruise infrastructure — Cruise lines, cruise ports, marina developers, travel agents and service providers.

Participating Organizations

Why Maritime World

90% of the world trade is carried by Sea

9.84 billion tons of shipment are carried by the sea every year

60% is the share that the developing countries contribute to the international seaborne trade.

The world seaborne trade in cargo ton-miles nearly double to 55,000 in 2015.

About 30% of international seaborne trade comprises various forms of fuels.

1.7 billion tons of crude oil was carried by sea in 2014

The world fleet grew by 3.5% in 2014 to a total of 89,464 vessels.

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Outdoor Media Partner


Networking Opportunities

Be prepared to talk business and policy with the following industry stakeholders:

Freight Forwarders Trade Associations Private Investors (Domestic/International) Indian Navy and Coast Guards
Port Authorities Port & Terminal Operators Importers/ Exporters Offshore Suppliers & Services
Shipping Lines Container Terminal Operators Ship Builders, Designers & Repairers Port and Terminal Equipment Manufactures
Policy Makers Port Infrastructure Developers Ship Registrars & Consultants Financiers & Insurers
Ship Operation and Management Government Agencies Trade Publication /Media CFS/ICD developers and operators
Classification Societies Legal Professionals Export/Import Councils Academic & Research Bodies
Regulatory Authorities Naval Architects & Designers Cargo Handling Equipment Cos Ship Inspection and Surveys
Marine, Electrical & Mech. Engineers Security Agencies Logistics Service Providers
IT Solutions Providers Port and Maritime Agents Navigation Equipment Providers
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