PIPAVAV : APM Terminals is delighted to share that the new year 2022 begins with securing new service to the Middle East with TSS SHAMS calling our port on 5th January 2022. The weekly service NMG (NHAVA SHEVA- MUNDRA- GULF) connects India to the Gulf and will ease the supply network between the regions.
The vessel, ‘TSS SHAMS’ will start from Jebel Ali Port and will call at Sohar, Nhava Sheva, Pipavav and Mundra Port. The service will cater to the exporters/importers of western and northern India there by strengthening and boosting connectivity of Indian hinterland to the Gulf markets.
This service will repose and ease the supply network between India and the Middle East, the Port operator said adding that the vessel is scheduled to arrive in Pipavav port every Thursday.
“Delighted to announce that the year 2022 starts with securing new service to the Gulf region. The weekly service will strengthen and boost connectivity of the Indian hinterland to the gulf markets.
“We believe that this service will deepen our presence in Gulf markets and thereby help our customers to widen their reach into the global markets,” APM Terminals Pipavav Managing Director Jakob Friis Sorensen said.
New weekly service will cater to the exporter/importers of states such as Rajasthan, Gujarat, Punjab and Delhi.
The various commodities for EXIM include scrap, wastepaper, dates, bitumen, clay, ceramic tiles, handicrafts, crated stone, marble, agricultural commodities, dehydrated foods, potato, onion, rice, brass items and white goods.