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PSA’s Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals joins IPPTA

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MUMBAI : PSA’s Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals (BMCT) has joined Indian Private Ports and Terminals Association (IPPTA) as a Member. The Managing Committee of IPPTA considered their application in its meeting held on 11 June 2024 and admitted them as a Member.

BMCT is located in Jawaharlal Nehru Port Authority (JNPA) in Maharashtra, India’s largest and premier container gateway. BMCT which is JNPA’s fourth container terminal, caters to the ever-increasing demand for container handling capacity in the Western India region. Besides being well-connected by major highways and rail networks to key markets in Maharashtra, Gujarat, and the National Capital Region of India, PSA Mumbai is also equipped with double-stack train infrastructure to support India’s Dedicated Freight Corridor that will allow trains to carry more and heavier loads at higher freight speed.

IPPTA is the apex body set up in the year 2003 that represents the interests of the private ports and PPP terminals in India.  IPPTA represents the views of its Members to Government, regulatory bodies, other industry associations and stakeholders. Its members include prominent national and international players who brought in substantial investments, state-of-the-art technology, and international best practices to the Indian port sector. IPPTA has been playing a prominent role in assisting the Government in the formulation and implementation of policies relating to private sector participation in port sector.

IPPTA extends a hearty welcome to PSA as a Member of the Association and looks forward to achieving the objectives of IPPTA by working together. IPPTA is also requesting other private ports and port Operators to join the Association to pursue the common cause.

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