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m Commercial shipping can be traced back to the

Phoenician merchants who transported goods


across the Mediterranean.
m The common freight carrier service started in 1818
with the launch of µJames Monroe.¶
m The shipping industry boomed after the opening of
the Suez Canal (1869), which facilitated faster trade
between Europe and Asia.
m The industry continued its growth, especially in Asia,
with Hong Kong inaugurating the world¶s largest
container port in 1989.
m ïndian Maritime University Act, 2008
m The Coasting Vessels Act, 1838
m The Merchant Shipping Act, 1958
m The ïnland Waterways Authority of ïndia Act
m The ïnland Vessels Act, 1917
m Formulation of the Shipping Trade Practices Act
m Major Ports Regulatory Authority Bill, 2009
  
m Trade growth
m Geographical concentration of trade
m Government sanctions on shipment
m Access to and suitability of other modes of
shipment

 
m emand for oil and dry bulk
m Climatic conditions (rains, storms and tides)
m Government restrictions on shipment
m APM Maersk
m Mediterranean Shipping Company
m CMA CGM Group
m The Shipping Corporation of ïndia was established on
October 2nd, 1961.
m The SCï also has substantial interests in various
segments of the shipping trade.
m The SCï has immensely contributed to the growth of
ïndia¶s EXïM trade and the national exchequer.
m Liberalization and globalization of the ïndian economy
has presented the SCï with a suite of growth and
diversification opportunities.
m SCï has received numerous awards and accolades from
various national and international organizations
m Containers
m Off Shore
m Ship Building Consultancy
m Passenger Services
m Break Bulk
m TANKERS
m BULK-CARRïERS
m CHARTERïNG
m LïGHTERAGE
m BUSïNESS
EVELOPMENT &
ALLïANCES
m BULK CARRïER & TANKERS
m LïNERS & PASSENGERS
m TECHNïCAL & OFFSHORE
m FïNANCE
m PERSONNEL & AMïNïSTRATïON
  

Tankers
Crude Oil 30 35,89,597
Product 9 3,67,240
Chemical 3 99,174
Gas 2 35,202
Bulk Carriers 18 7,81,777
Liners 5 202,413
Offshore Supply 10 17,904
Passenger-cum-Cargo 2 5,303
TOTAL 80 51,25,338