Adani-led Adani Ports and Sanjana Jindal-lead JSW Infrastructure have shown an expression of interest (EOI) in the debt-laden Dighi Port.
Â´Dighi Port is hopeful of commissioning its second berth by October, which is a full six months ahead of schedule. The Vijay Kalantri-promoted Balaji Infra Projects is developing a 70-million tonne port on the Rajapuri creek in Raigad district on the Konkan coast
Dighi Port is in discussions with IPCL to handle ethylene shipment, which is being currently managed from the JNPT near Mumbai. As of now, the port has one operational berth with a keel-length of 650 m that can accommodate three large ships, including the Panamax types, at a time.
Dighi Port located in Raigad district of Maharashtra is scouting for investors to raise around Rs 200 crore for portÂ´s expansion. The company is raising capital to complete the first phase of port development, after which the total installed capacity of the port will be around 30 million tonne. The fund raise will be aided by IL and FS Transportation Networks, an investor in Dighi Port.
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Vijay Kalantri, Chairman and Managing Director of Dighi Port said that the port would set up the remaining three berths as part of the phase one of the project by December 2014. The green field port is being developed in Raigad district of Maharashtra.
Vijay Kalantri, Chairman and Managing Director of Dighi Port informed that the port would set up the remaining three berths as part of the phase one of the project by December 2014. The green field port is being developed in Raigad district of Maharashtra. It may be recalled that the port auth
To add more capacity to its upcoming green field port in Raigad district of Maharashtra, Dighi Port is to add an additional investment of Rs 1,000 crore. Dighi Port, with already commissioned two or the five berths, will go ahead with the three remaining berths as part of its phase one project. The total investment for the phase one of the port is Rs 2,500 crore. The remaining berths will be added by December 2014. The company has already invested Rs 1,500 crore for the project.