Adani Ports Target 40% By 2025 Per Cent Market Share

APSEZ plans to increase its cargo operations to 40 percent by 2025 and to increase its market share. The company enjoys 25 percent of the exempt freight market share in India with 247 million tonnes of freight throughput in 2020-21.

Adani Ports aims 40% market share by 2025

“We are planning to increase our coverage across our country beyond 90% by increasing our market share from the existing 25% to the projected 40% by 2025, close to2020-21″.

In his message, he said. By 2025, the company also revised its port freight flow by 25% to 500 million tonnes. “We’re looking forward to exciting opportunities at APSEZ.

We revised our target port freight throughput by 25 percent (100 MMT) upwards and reached 500 MMT by 2025,” he said. By 2025, the company will also become the first global carbon-neutral port company.

Furthermore, in the space of just over 30 years from scratch in 2030, it aims to become the largest port company in the world.

He said the newly acquired ports and ports of the company are growing together as double growth engines for the increase in free cash.

Our approach is orientated, integrate solution provider, said Dhamra and Kattupalli, which were acquired in 2015 and 2018, respective, turned around with positive returns on investments.

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