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1.Ports enclave likely to witness signing of several MoUs

Several key agreements are expected to be signed during the two-day conclave of the ports from the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation in November.


2.SDCL has invested in four projects with a total equity investment of Rs 2.05 billion

Incorporated in 2016,the Sagarmala Development Company Ltd (SDCL), which is under the administrative control of the Ministry of Shipping, focuses on providing equity investments for projects across road, rail, logistics and port infrastructure as part of the Sagarmala programme.


3.SDCL has invested in four projects with a total equity investment of Rs 2.05 billion

Incorporated in 2016,the Sagarmala Development Company Ltd (SDCL), which is under the administrative control of the Ministry of Shipping, focuses on providing equity investments for projects across road, rail, logistics and port infrastructure as part of the Sagarmala programme


4.India’s longest electrified rail tunnel inaugurated in Andhra Pradesh

The 6.6-km-long tunnel has been constructed at Rs 4.37 billion in a record 43 months


5.Promote more ports and terminals on BOT basis

Having successfully undertaken several port development projects, Navayuga Engineering Company specialises in ports and harbour structures as well as operating ports.


6.Promote more ports and terminals on BOT basis

Having successfully undertaken several port development projects, Navayuga Engineering Company specialises in ports and harbour structures as well as operating ports.


7.Rs.5 bn for liquid cargo terminal

Krishnapatnam Port is looking to pump Rs 5 bn over the next 12 to 18 months for setting up a liquid cargo terminal and expanding container handling capacity.


8.East-based non-major ports to lead sustainable growth path for Indian maritime trade | EY

Non-major ports like Krishnapatnam on the east coast could play a pivotal role in ports centric industrial development. India can save $30 billion by moving part of trade closer to ports by 2020.


9.Krishnapatnam Port’s Command and Control Center inaugurated

In sync with the new age initiatives, Krishnapatnam Port – the country’s largest all-weather, deep water port on the east-coast of India – has established a centralised state-of-the-art Command and Control Center. The port has always been proactive in adopting new and innovative technologies to enhance improved efficiencies in port security and operations.


10.Proposals submitted for 90 projects under Sagarmala

Reports indicate that the Andhra Pradesh Government and Visakhapatnam Port Trust (VPT) have submitted proposals for 90 projects with an outlay of Rs 130,763 crore under the Sagarmala project.