APM Terminals Pipavav declared most efficient Indian Port for the second consecutive year

APM Terminals Pipavav has emerged as India’s most efficient port for the second consecutive year in the Global Container Port Performance Index (CPPI) 2022 ranking published by the World Bank and S&P Global Market Intelligence. Globally the port has bagged the 30th position in the CPPI rankings with an impressive total of 119.04 points.

The CPPI serves as a comprehensive benchmark that assesses container port performance worldwide, providing valuable insights to industry stakeholders, including national governments, port authorities, operators, development agencies, trade, and logistics entities.

Distinctive qualities of the ports including its customer-centric approach, streamlined EXIM processes, and unwavering focus on productivity and safety has contributed to the port’s exceptional performance and reputation.

“Being recognized as India’s most efficient port underscores our commitment to serve our customers and offer them superior experience through our robust infrastructure, excellent connectivity   via rail & road and catering customers’ dynamic supply chain needs through our agile yet safe operations. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our valued customers and partners for their continued trust in our services and infrastructure. Their trust fuels our drive to continually surpass expectations and provide seamless trade experiences.”

Mr. Girish Aggarwal, Managing Director of APM Terminals Pipavav

The year 2022-23, has been a remarkable year for APM Terminals Pipavav. It has had significant achievements and made valuable contributions to the development of India’s port sector. The port played a vital role in strengthening the country’s infrastructure and reducing logistics costs through its connection to the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) and provision of electrified double stack trains for cargo movement. APM Terminals Pipavav demonstrated its customer-centricity and infrastructure capabilities by securing new services and partnerships, such as the ‘Shaheen Express’ and JADE Express, further enhancing its connectivity and transshipment hub status.

Keeping sustainability as it top priority, APM Terminals Pipavav committed to become net-zero by 2040 and reduce emissions by 70% by 2030. The port showcased its dedication to sustainability through its solar power initiatives, such as the commissioned 1,000 kWp solar power plant, resulting in significant carbon footprint reduction. The terminal continued to expand its services, catering to exporters and facilitating the shipments of agricultural commodities, while also partnering with Contrans to develop a state-of-the-art multi-modal park and warehousing facilities.

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