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Govt to conduct feasibility study of undersea tunnel construction

Between Fort Kochi and Vypeen, the water edge is about 450 m wide


Major ports handled 19.54% more cargo during Apr-Aug period

Cargo volumes surged 19.54% during April-August to 293.226 mt


Satellite port to come up in Maharashtra

After scrapping its plans to build a satellite port at Betul, Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) has now turned to Vijaydurg in Maharashtra, where it will construct a greenfield port to cater to container, crude oil, fertiliser, and limestone cargo.


Work on two Vasco projects in full swing

The construction work of two major projects including the remaining portion of the four-lane highway NH17B from Varunapuri Mangor-Hill to berth No. 9 of Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) and the Baina beach beautification work, estimated to cost Rs 548.27 crore, are going on in full swing.


MPT plans to construct multi-cargo terminal

The Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) is planning to execute with its multi-cargo terminal project worth Rs 1,150 crore with a state-of-the-art design.


MPT to float tenders for dredging project

The Goa-based Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) will soon float fresh tenders for its dredging project with a revised cost of Rs 310 crore


Mormugao port lines up Rs.3,141 cr projects

Mormugao Port Trust in Goa plans to award nine major projects for expansion, entailing an investment of Rs 3,141 cror


Goa Min raises doubts over MPT project

The MoEF in Goa has raised doubts over the environmental safety of the marina projects, planned by Mormugao Port Trust (MPT). The state government will not consider MPT's privately engaged Environment Impact Assessment as these do not reflect the position of the Goa government and statutory authorit..


Port Attracts Cargoes

Mormugao Port Trust has taken steps to attract cargoes to ramp up its revenue, which took a hit following the decline in iron ore export.


Mormugao Port to develop cruise terminal

Mormugao Port Trust is in discussion with various cruise liners for plans to develop cruise tourism. This will serve as an alternate source of revenue at a time when iron ore cargo volumes have declined.


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