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India fast-tracks container manufacturing industry

A committee of stakeholders has been appointed by the Indian government to oversee the development of a container manufacturing hub at Bhavnagar in Gujarat.

The decision has been fast-tracked after India’s containerised trade was hit last year with the pandemic-induced global container shortages negatively affecting the Indian economy.

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