Chennai Port Trust (ChPT) has decided to revive three major projects. First in the agenda is the revival of outer harbour project. Known as mega container terminal,
In Gujarat, the 64-km-long Bharuch-Dahej Rail Corridor (BDRC) that passes through a fast-growing industrial zone is looking to tap Rs 1,000-crore annual revenue by the end of the current fiscal. The Corridor is to become functional in the next six months to handle bulk and container cargo.
Restrictions clamped on sand mining in Kerala are going to help Kochi port to gain more revenue. Real estate companies are expected to depend on imported sand to meet the growing demand and Kochi port sees it as an opportunity to enhance its cargo throughput.
Official data shows that the borrowing of 17 construction and infrastructure (C&I) companies that are part of the BSE-500 index has risen more than their revenue and net profit during the last five years since 2008. While borrowings of these firms rose a little over five times, to Rs 2.7 lakh crore since 2008, their revenue and cas
Marine service provider Ocean Sparkle (OSL) generates 20 percent of its revenue through dredging operation and another 45-50 percent of income from operations at minor ports. The Hyderabad-based firm provides services like harbour towage, pilotage of various kinds of vessels including specialised tonnage like LNG (liquefied natural gas)
The standalone net profit of Steel Exchange of India stood at Rs 2.71 crore during Apr-Jun 2013 compared to a net loss of Rs 13.10 crore in the year-ago period. The standalone sales turnover of the firm rose to Rs 310.55 crore from Rs 292.43 crore in the year-ago period. Other income for the quarter declined to Rs 0.91 crore from
Mormugao Port Trust is taking steps to attract cargoes other than iron ore in order to ramp up its revenue, which took a hit following the decline in iron ore export. Over 80 per cent of the total traffic at the port consisted of iron ore export cargo till the mining ban in Goa affected shipment of the raw material
Net profit of Karnataka Bank rose 12.87 per cent to Rs 94.17 crore during Apr-Jun 2013 compared to Rs 83.43 crore in the year-ago period. Growth in operating profits to Rs 257.51 crore during the quarter from Rs 168.94 crore in the year-ago period enabled the firm post strong net profit. Other income of the bank rose 116 per cent to Rs 205.95 crore from Rs 95.33 crore in the corresponding prev