Sajjan Jindal, Chairman, JSW Group, is on a spending spree. He has announced the group's additional investment of Rs 7,000 crore in the ports sector over the next three years to create assets in the country as well as abroad. What's more, the company is looking at diluting up to 15 per cent stake in the ports operating company, JSW Infrastructure, to a PE player soon, and take it public by 2019. Jindal has informed that the company will be investing Rs 9,000 crore more in the ports sector till 2020. Having already invested Rs 2,000 crore in the Jaigad project, the overall investment plan includes Rs 2,000 crore for capacity expansion. Of the remaining Rs 5,000 crore of investments (excluding the Rs 4,000 crore in Jaigad), the company is looking at putting up four berths in Paradip that will have a 50 mtpa capacity and a greenfield project in Fujairah in the UAE.