Maritime Gateway is India’s leading maritime monthly business magazine covering ports, shipping and logistics sectors in India. It presents cutting-edge information on the latest happenings, topical issues and current trends in the maritime industry in the most lucid and coherent way possible. The richness and quality of information makes Maritime Gateway the preferred information source of industry captains and experts alike. The magazine provides highly informative and news-worthy content catering to the information needs of stakeholders, users and the community at large, facilitating intelligent and better decision making. Maritime Gateway organizes forums, where key business, political and academic leaders, bring diverse perspectives with a shared commitment to improve trade and business and are invited to debate and deliberate on the most pressing issues of our time. Maritime Gateway felicitates the best industry players annually in recognition of their outstanding performances in their respective fields through its Annual Indian Maritime Gateway Awards.
May 2014: Energy security issues and high spend in exploration and production by private and government-owned companies have made India an attractive market for offshore shipping service providers. If the government is able to support this surge in demand with policy guidelines, the segment will grow further.
April 2014: Terminal Wars: Emergence of New Maritime Hubs With the changing dynamics of global trade and the development of P3 as well as the G6 and now the CKYHE alliances, new maritime hubs are likely to emerge in Asian region. Apart from the size of trade, superior infrastructure, ability to handle large ships and competitive tariffs will be the key success factors of any hub.
March 2014: IT'S TIME TO ACT India Maritime Week Version 2.0, stands by its commitment to help every sector grow in the industry. For, by and to the shipping trade. The industry gauged the collective responsibility of all its stakeholders for a bigger, better and brighter future for the country's sea trade.