The container shipping industry saw a sea of change in 2016. One operator went under, mergers and acquisitions (M&As) pared the number of alliances from four to three, carriers further consolidated increasing risk profiles in shipping supply chains, and ship capacities escalated with more Triple Es crossing the ocean.
As the industry wrestles with the aftershocks of 2016, the fifth edition of Containers India provides market intelligence to the Indian container shipping industry and predicts the oceans of change that will continue well into 2020.
Most profound and critical issues are debated at Containers India 2017. Today we cannot passively ignore many of the developments that have been sweepingly transforming or disrupting the shipping industry. This conference will examine how information technology and digitalization are influencing the competitive nature of companies across the value chain and also the strategies, structures, and systems that need to be adopted.
Some of the policy initiatives taken up by Government of India are expected to considerably improve the regulatory environment to enhance investment in the infrastructure sector. These initiatives or policy decisions could completely transform the various links in the supply chain and unravel a range of beneficial economic issues for India.
Containers India, the only conference for container supply chain stakeholders looks at the digitization of the container supply chain and the changes that are impacting the container trade.
Containers India is a market-focused conference, which takes place annually supported by Container Shipping Lines Association (CSLA) This conference is the destination for Indian Container trade bringing together shippers, logistics providers, shipping lines, 3PLs, ports, terminals, CFS/ICDs, MMLPs, Container Train Operators, Multimodal Transport Operators (MTOs), Road Transporters and other key audiences.