International Maritime Research Confluence (IMRC) is a one of a kind initiaitve to bring together the organizations and individuals working tirelessly on quantitative and qualitative research and study which will decide the future for the Maritime and Allied Industry in terms of safety, technology, conditions, economics, environment, etc. Read more about us here...
The Confluence of Ideas is now closed. Thanks for your participation!
Stage 2 - Participation
November 2021 – January 2022
IMRC committees will select Panel of Experts of various backgrounds for the February 2022 event. Applications to open in November 2021
Welcome to Stage 2 of the IMRC 2022. Thanks to you all for participating in Stage 1- A Confluence of Ideas. The Stage 1 has been extremely successful and presented us with PROBLEM STATEMENTS which have emerged from various sources: Outcomes of the report on IMRC 2020, Inputs from industry survey, and Various outcomes of the Maritime India Vision 2030 published by the GOI.
As we embark on Stage 2 – Dissemination and Participation, we welcome you to browse through the carefully selected and formulated problem statements. These will be the focus of IMRC 2022. We invite you to participate by nominating yourself or your colleagues who would like to join us as we explore solutions to these problem statements. Click on each to know more.
Major Port Authorities Bill introducing transformation of port trusts and the Landlord Model
Enhance India’s Global Stature & Maritime Cooperation by: Developing Indian Controlled Tonnage; Increase India’s insurance capacity for the maritime sector; Set-up Maritime Arbitration body for International maritime disputes