Kochi Welcomes GMIS 2023 Road Show

GMIS 2023 Road Show in Kochi
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The Union Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways has announced a pre-event roadshow in Kochi, India, ahead of the 3rd Global Maritime India Summit (GMIS) 2023. The roadshow, scheduled for September 28, 2023, will bring together government officials, industry leaders, maritime stakeholders, and enthusiasts. Special video messages from key ministers and officials will discuss the future of the Indian maritime industry, with a focus on Kochi’s role in shaping maritime transportation.

The Kochi roadshow, organized by the Cochin Port Authority and Cochin Shipyard Ltd., lays the groundwork for the upcoming Global Maritime India Summit. This event, set to take place later in the year, aims to gather government officials, industry leaders, and maritime enthusiasts to influence the future of the industry and enhance India’s position as a global maritime powerhouse.

The roadshow will feature speeches from notable figures such as the Hon’ble Union Minister of Ports, Shipping and Waterways, Sarbananda Sonowal, who emphasizes the significance of the Cochin Port in India’s maritime industry and its contribution to economic growth. Shantanu Thakur, the Hon’ble Minister of State for Ports, Shipping and Waterways, highlights Kochi’s commitment to eco-friendly transportation and urban development. The roadshow invites all stakeholders in the maritime sector to participate in shaping the dialogue around the future of the Indian maritime industry.

Overall, the roadshow in Kochi serves as a precursor to the Global Maritime India Summit 2023, aiming to bring together industry leaders and stakeholders to discuss the future of the maritime sector. The participation of key ministers and officials highlights the importance of Kochi in India’s maritime industry and its potential as a global maritime hub. The event also invites all relevant stakeholders to contribute to shaping the future of the Indian maritime sector.

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