This report aims at providing sectorial overview of the Ports Sector of Gujarat that can lead to business opportunities for Dutch companies. As per Maritime Agenda 2020, Ministry of Shipping Projected traffic for 2019-20 in Indian ports is 1280.13MMT out of which 56500 MMT will be handled by ports of Gujarat.
This report focuses on the horticulture sector and highlights opportunities for Dutch companies in various fields like Protected Cultivation, Seeds, Irrigation Technologies, and Human Resources Development.
The growth in civil aviation in India has thrown up many opportunities for foreign companies. Some of the areas where foreign companies can look for business in India’s aerospace market are as follows:
De Netherlands Business Support Office Ahmedabad heeft een rapport samengesteld over de kansen in de voedselverwerkende industrie in India in het algemeen en in Gujarat in het bijzonder.
De Netherlands Business Support Office Ahmedabad heeft een rapport samengesteld over de kansen in de koellogistiek in India in het algemeen en in Gujarat in het bijzonder. Dit rapport gaat in op de uitdagingen in deze sector en de kansen voor Nederlandse ondernemers.
Ivory Coast has experienced dynamic growth since 2012. In 2013 international trade grew by 2%, along with a 3.5% increase in imports and a 1.1% increase in exports. While France remains the country's second trading partner behind Nigeria, the Netherlands have emerged as the third trading partner with 6% of foreign trade volumes.
Dutch companies have a lot of opportunities in the expanding Indian engineering market. Some of the areas where Dutch companies can explore, export and invest in the Indian engineering sector are as follows:
As Mexico’s energy market is being liberalized, Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) is preparing to compete both nationally and internationally.