• Strategically located with 1600 kms coastline, the longest among the maritime states of India, Gujarat is the nearest maritime outlet to Middle East, Africa and Europe with highest number of commercial cargo ports
  • Vast and fertile hinterland that accounts for 40% of the total Indian trade, Gujarat has excellent rail-road connectivity that is ideal for multi-modal transportation
  • Gujarat’s non-major ports handled 310 million tons of traffic during 2013-14 accounting for 74% of the total non-major port traffic of the country and 32% of the total national port traffic; highest in comparison to any other maritime state in the country
Schedule of Port Charges defines various tariffs to be levied on port users for different services provided by GMB.
GMB administers and runs various ports along the coastline of Gujarat for handling various types of cargo.
Gujarat is strongly emerging as a new shipbuilding destination in South Asia and boasts of 60% share of the Indian shipbuilding order book.
GMB under its Port Privatization Model has been actively promoting & developing Greenfield Ports in participation with private port players on BOOT basis.
Traffic and Financial indicators of GMB.

GMB has been a pioneer in creating various policies for facilitating development of robust port infrastructure projects.
GMB ensures that ports in Gujarat are well connected with rail / road since connectivity plays a major role in the development of ports and port led industries.
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