BVJK Sharma, Jt Managing Director and CEO, JSW Infrastructure Ltd, tells RAHUL KAMAT that the government must incorporate the railways, road and shipping ministries under one to curb logjams and avoid inter-ministerial issues.
The mechanisation of cargo handling facilities in the Visakhapatnam Port Trust (VPT) would increase the cargo handling capacity of the port by additional 50 million tonne per annum, Ajeya Kallam, Chairman of the port informed reporters. The port recently commissioned the Rs 444.1 crore mechanised coal handling facility of Vedanta Resources at VPT. Following this, the outer harbour would be totally clean and prevent vehicular movement which spreads coal parti
In Visakhapatnam port, three major projects, with an investment of Rs 1,800 crore, are being taken up and the finalisation of bids for the same is being undertaken this week. The bids for extension of container terminal, involving an investment of Rs 633 crore, were opened on March 27. The bids for mechanisation and upgradation of existing facilities at iron ore handling complex (OHC) and West Quay North (WQ-7 and 8 berths) were scheduled to be opened on March 28.
Vizag Agriport hopes to secure the Rs 217.58 crore fertiliser terminal mechanisation project from the Visakhapatnam Port Trust (VPT) by March. VPT signed a 30-year concession agreement with
Vizag Agriport in May last year for mechanisation of East Quay 7 on design, build, finance, operate and transfer basis. It may be recalled that the Vizag Agriport, a 74:26 joint venture between ABG-LDA Bulk Handling and IL&FS Mari