Madhvendra Singh appointed first CEO of Gujarat Maritime Cluster

Madhvendra Singh appointed first CEO of Gujarat Maritime Cluster

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Category : Appointment/Resignation Published on: February 01 2023

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  • Gujarat Ports Infrastructure Company Limited has appointed Madhvendra Singh as the first Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Gujarat Maritime Cluster.
  • The Gujarat Maritime Cluster (GMC) is the first of its kind Commercial Maritime Cluster in the country aimed at creating a hub for maritime services of international standards.
  • It is the first and only maritime cluster in India at present.
  • The Cluster has the unique advantage of leveraging the regulatory flexibility which is afforded by the first International Finance Services Centre (IFSC) in the country.
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