Expressing that Andhra Pradesh Maritime Board has chosen to take proactive job to advance fares from the state, sea load up vice president chief Lt Cdr BM Ravindranath Reddy has said that they are taking measures to put the state on the highest point of the economy’s graph.

He said that oceanic board would encourage the enterprises and merchants to deal with more business by making legitimate framework and eco-framework. He said that dry ports were likewise assuming enormous part in taking care of fair turnovers of fares and imports from the state.

Lt Cdr Ravindranath Reddy visited Inland Container Depot (ICD) of SC Railway on the edges of Guntur city on Thursday. Addressing the media, Reddy said that ICDs, which are known as dry ports, assume a vital part in the worldwide production network as are useful to exporters and shippers arranged far away from ocean ports.

“Our point is to create and encourage more exchange from the state to improve the economy. Services at ICDs ought to likewise be reached out to the enterprises in Rayalaseema as the area is away from the ocean port,” said Reddy. He requested that the ICD authorities prepared an activity intend to stretch out services to the mechanical customers from the zones that were not nearby the ocean ports. He guaranteed that the oceanic board and state government would stretch out their full help to any such proposition whenever prepared by the ICD. He likewise reviewed the offices and foundation accessible at the terminal.