Adani Ports which owns Ports and Container terminals in both the Indian coasts has entered the West Bengal waters for the first time when the Ahmedabad based company bagged a contract from the Haldia port authorities for mechanization and up-gradation of a berth in Haldia Dock Complex.
The berth capacity nearly four million tons per annum
The Kolkata Port trust which owns the Haldia Port Complex said the project envisages incorporating environment friendly and fully mechanized technology for handling dry bulk cargo. The berth has a capacity of nearly four million tons per annum and the investment involved will be around rs 300 crores.The project is scheduled to be completed in the next three years. Adani ports will mechanize andrun the dry cargo handling berth at the Haldia dock complex after bagging the contract against a stiff competition from a Kolkata based company