Published: November 6, 2018 3:54:48 am
In a recent World Bank report, JNPT ranked 80 out of 190 ports in the world. There are 19 other ports in South Asia. JNPT rose 66 points from 146 last year.
The World Bank published its annual report on Facilitating Business: Cross-Border Trade 2019, October 31, 2018. They selected the country's main port on October 31, 2018 at its business facilities. This category measures the time and cost (excluding tariffs) related to the entire shipment or export process of the goods.
"JNPT has reduced the total time it takes to export and import our products, and we have also reduced the cost of importing and exporting goods and cargo, we have taken appropriate steps to further improve our ranking," said JNPT A senior official said.
According to JNPT, harbors have taken many steps to digitize order and shipment delivery, streamlined port entry processes, and improved the port ranking by improving infrastructure.
"We have introduced an automated entry form, delivery order process and encouraged paperless transactions, and we are planning a central parking plaza in the harbor where we can separate the truck's movement according to the cargo shipment, "Said Neeraj Bansal, president of JNPT.
Bansal added that while the first stage of the parking plaza was being built, they were working in the second phase. "We hope to complete the entire terminal by mid-2019." In another ranking, JNPT meant 52 construction permits, 137 business starts, and 163 contracts.
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