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Maritime expert calls for India-Indonesia shipping chamber
Apr 15, 2019
India and Indonesia should set up a shipping chamber to promote shipping cooperation between the two countries as a part of the initiative to establish connectivity in the Indian Ocean, a maritime expert said on Friday.
As a business-to-business entity, the chamber could be a sub-unit of exiting trade and industry chamber of the two countries or a separate one, Siswanto Rusdi, founder and director of Indonesia's National Maritime Institute, said on Friday.
It is good to start a shipping chamber as soon as possible, he said, calling for a couple of conferences as a prelude for its establishment.
Rusdi was part of a panel which discussed India and Indonesia in the Indo-Pacific in Singapore on Tuesday.
Giving details, Rusdi said on Friday: The most important outcomes (of the conferences) would be the scope of shipping cooperation between India and Indonesia.
With direct maritime/shipping connectivity, Indonesia and India can benefit each other, said Rusdi, pointing out that the world's bulker pool now is full of China's vessels and shipping companies.
Our countries must do something to balance it, he told PTI.
Rusdi also pointed out that the Indonesian government will order all coal exports to be transported by Indonesia-flagged vessels by 2020. India is the largest importer of Indonesian coal.
But our shipping capacity is very limited. India and Indonesia can cooperate on this aspect, let say, to procure bigger bulkers to ply the trade, he said.
As a startup to the shipping chamber, may be embassies of the two countries could set up a transportation attache offices to facilitate whatever the shipping players from India and Indonesia may initiate.
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