Planning and implementing a project of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor stature is not everyone's cup of tea. But, Alkesh Sharma, CEO and MD, Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Ltd (DMICDC), is a man of action.
Though the Centre has chalked out ambitious infrastructure plans, a multi-rate GST, and the DND toll cancellation issue, may dampen the spirit of the infra industry. Union Minister for Road Transport and Shipping Nitin Jairam GadkariÂ´s well laid out plans to kick start an infrastructure boom in India
The $100-billion Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor will kick off land allotments next month and those eyeing plots are said to include big global investors like Ikea, Kia Motors and China Railway Construction Corp, reports the Economic Times.
The Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) has received another major boost with the government-owned India Infrastructure Finance Company Limited (IIFCL) offering its support for the financing and development of viable infrastructure projects.
As a result of the capacity constraints being faced by the major ports, cargo is diverted to the private ports due to locational advantages, high operating efficiency, superior cargo handling equipment and investment in large capacity creation.