Ganges in India will be National Waterway No.1

India is cur­r­ent­ly de­ve­lo­ping the Ganges in­to an en­­vi­ron­­men­t­al­­ly-fri­en­d­­ly and na­vi­gab­le wa­ter­way, which runs from the se­a­port of Haldia (Gulf of Bengal) over 1,360 km to Varanasi. On be­half of The World Bank, Washington, Norbert Wagener sup­ports the de­ve­lop­ment of in­ter­mo­dal lo­gistics cen­ters and do­mestic ports as a Senior Trade and Logistics Strategist. Further in­for­ma­ti­on about the pro­ject and an in­for­ma­ti­ve vi­deo can be found at:

http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/video/2017/04/10/india-ganga-waterway-an-artery-for-trade

Ganges in India will be National Waterway No.1
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