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Mr Devki Nandan of JSW Infrastructure takes over as President of IPPTA

May 10, 2024
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May 09, 2024: The Management Committee of Indian Private Ports and Terminals Association (IPPTA) has been reconstituted in the 23rd AGM held at Mumbai on 08 May 2024. The following have been elected as the new office bearers of the Association:

  1. Mr Devki Nandan, Sr Executive Vice President and Head (Business Development and M&A) of JSW Infra as President
  2. Capt Ravinder Johal, Group COO of DP World as Vice President
  3. Mr C Sateesh Kumar, CEO of Vizag General Cargo Berth (VGCB) as Secretary
  4. Mr Senthil Kumar Subramanian, CEO of Dakshin Bharat Gateway Terminal Pvt Ltd (DBGT) as Treasurer.

In addition, Mr Sunay Mukerjee, COO of Gateway terminals of India Pvt Ltd (APMTerminals), Mr DK Nanda, Chief- CHA&IL and Commercial & Contract Management of TMILL and Capt Sudeep Banerjee, Dy COO of Visakha Container Terminal Pvt Ltd have been nominated as Executive Members on the Management Committee.

IPPTA would like to place on record the valuable contributions made by the outgoing Management Committee headed by Mr. Kevin D’Souza of DP World. 

Mr Devki Nandan, said “It is a privilege and honour to serve as a President of the Association. As the new India requires new age solutions, the upcoming years promise to be exciting for the Indian Port Sector, with significant investments in pipeline to incorporate cutting-edge technology, capacity building, and adopt the best international standards. We pledge our unwavering assistance to the Government in developing and implementing policies regarding private sector contribution in the port sector to achieve the goals of Maritime India Vision 2030 & Maritime Amrit Kall Vision 2047, and make India as a growth engine for the world. We as an industry, have a huge responsibility to shape the future in a meaningful and impactful manner.”

IPPTA is the apex body set up in the year 2003 that represents the interests of the private ports and PPP terminals in India.  IPPTA represents the views of its Members to Government, regulatory bodies, other industry associations and stakeholders. Its members include prominent national and international players who brought in substantial investments, state-of-the-art technology, and international best practices to the Indian port sector. IPPTA has been playing a prominent role in assisting the Government in the formulation and implementation of policies relating to private sector participation in port sector.

 IPPTA works with all stakeholders to identify ways in which the industry may best serve the interests of India’s fast-growing economy and to ensure that private ports and PPP Terminals play a major role in developing the country’s port and logistics policies.

Disclaimer: This information has been collected through secondary research and Daily Shipping Times is not responsible for any errors in the same.

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