Growing Leaps And Bounds Cochin With CSS

Kochi, with its world renowned port and the new Vallarpadam transshipment terminal gives an edge to the booming commercial aspect of this city. CSS takes the full advantage of being present in this historic and the fastest growing city of Cochin, which is regarded as the commercial hub of Kerala. This city could is considered as the second most important port city after Mumbai in the western coast.

Console Shipping Services, with a very strong presence in Kochi, is on its move to make it even stronger. Situated right next to the Port, CSS India is fully equipped with state of the art technology and an efficient manpower to cater its best of service to the clients. Console Shipping, being present in most of the major ports and cities in India, finds Kochi presence, a strategic one, foreseeing the mammoth growth, Kochi has seen in the recent past.

The recent advancement in the projects sector and the relocation business, has paved a new path for the shipping and logistics fraternity for development. Due to various favorable factors, Kochi is becoming the hub of IT industry, which catapulted the real estate boom. The entry points of this city like the Shipping Port and Airport has fastened its pace to meet up with the sparkling requirements, the industry demands.

Cochin Port trust has taken measures to increase and modernize its facilities, with the support of a pro-active management team and the support from the State and the Central Governments. The port has handled around 17 million tonnes of Cargo in the year 2010-11 period and is expected a steady growth in the years to come. New initiatives such as the International Container terminal, the International Marina and International ship repair complex could change the face of this port city of Kochi.

Cochin international airport, with a fame of being the first privately owned one, has announced 25,000 Sq. Mts of temperature controlled warehousing facilities for perishable items with in its cargo village. Most of the International airlines are flying in and out of Cochin airport, which makes it now one of the busiest airports in South India.

Kochi, the business capital of Kerala, has long been an attraction for the international traveler. Kochi was popularly known as Cochin from the colonial days till recently. Its strategic importance over the centuries gave shelter to Arabs, British, Chinese, Dutch, and Portuguese sailors, all of whom have left indelible marks on the region’s development.