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MANSA plans to conduct a Conference titled "EASE OF DOING BUSINESS IN THE INDIAN MARITIME SECTOR" on 6th MAY 2016. Detailed program to follow soon. Please keep visiting this page for updates.
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MANSA’s "Ease of Doing Business" Conference gets Govt. Support

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Friday, April 08, 2016

Capt. Vivek Singh Anand. President MANSA

Ministry of Shipping, Government of India has extended its non-financial support to Mumbai and Nhava Sheva Ship Agents Association for its proposed conference on `Ease of doing business’ on Friday, May 6 at the Hotel St. Regis, Mumbai.

This was confirmed by a Senior Officer, of the MoS, in a letter to MANSA following the President's request, during a visit to the ministry office to appraise them about the conference and the objective behind the same.

The conference apart from the inaugural session will be demarcated into three segments. This includes issues on ease of doing business with respect to Shipping (Ocean Freight) ; Ports & Terminals ; and Inland logistics (including Rail / Road Transportation).

“It is necessary to sort out a host of related supporting systems speedily for mitigating and eliminating the existing impediments that have been wrongly and inadvertently crept in and institutionalized over several decades. However, with India attracting the attention of the global Maritime Trade, it is necessary to identify various visceral factors that are impacted while new system is adapted,” Captain Vivek Anand said.

The conference is the second such initiative by MANSA following the success it received in its last conference on the subject of Competition / Anti-trust Laws and Anti-bribery / Corruption laws.

“The proposed conference will also maintain the momentum generated by the India Maritime Summit to be held in mid-April in Mumbai in the august presence of Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the top honchos of the maritime fraternity globally. While the broad policy issues will govern the maritime summit, our conference will discuss the nitty-gritty issues felt by the stakeholders at the operational level that pinches the economy and makes it non-competitive,” Captain Anand said.

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MANSA to Host Conference on `Ease of doing business’

Saturday / April 9, 2016

Ministry of Shipping has extended its non-financial support to Mumbai and Nhava Sheva Ship Agents Association for its proposed conference on `Ease of doing business’ on Friday, May 6 at the Hotel St. Regis, Mumbai.

This was confirmed by a Senior Officer, of the MoS, in a letter to MANSA following the President’s request, during a visit to the ministry office to appraise them about the conference and the objective behind the same.

The conference apart from the inaugural session will be demarcated into three segments. This includes issues on ease of doing business with respect to Shipping (Ocean Freight) ; Ports & Terminals ; and Inland logistics (including Rail / Road Transportation).

It is necessary to sort out a host of related supporting systems speedily for mitigating and eliminating the existing impediments that have been wrongly and inadvertently crept in and institutionalized over several decades. However, with India attracting the attention of the global Maritime Trade, it is necessary to identify various visceral factors that are impacted while new system is adapted, Captain Vivek Anand said.

The conference is the second such initiative by MANSA following the success it received in its last conference on the subject of Competition / Anti-trust Laws and Anti-bribery / Corruption laws.

The proposed conference will also maintain the momentum generated by the India Maritime Summit to be held in mid-April in Mumbai in the august presence of Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the top honchos of the maritime fraternity globally. While the broad policy issues will govern the maritime summit, our conference will discuss the nitty-gritty issues felt by the stakeholders at the operational level that pinches the economy and makes it non-competitive, Captain Anand said.

MANSA is a legally recognized, industry
acknowledged and completely unified
body of Ship Agents operating in
Mumbai Port and Jawaharlal Nehru Port .