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CPT to set up outer harbour off Puthuvypeen SEZ

Friday, 19 Apr 2013
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Cochin Port Trust (CPT) is planning to set up an outer harbour off the Puthuvypeen SEZ in Kerala.

CPT will develop two breakwaters to the extent of six km from shore. These new extent breakwaters will involve separate facilities for handling bulk, liquid and container cargoes and rail and road connectivity. The project estimated to cost Rs 8,000 crore will come up over 300 ha area off Puthuvypeen along the west coast.

Cochin Port Trust has engaged i-maritime Consultancy, Navi Mumbai for preparing a Feasibility Report for the Outer Harbour project. Modeling studies of the project are underway at CWPRS (Central Water and Power Research Station), Pune. i-maritime Consultancy has submitted the feasibility report. Preliminary studies reveal that the breakwaters can also be leveraged to develop the outer harbour with about 7,000 mtrs of berths and approximately 2,000 acre at Puthuvypeen.


The project has taken up based on the findings of a study carried out by IIT-Chennai on reducing the dredging cost. Once the project commissioned it is expecting to reduce intensity of the sea erosion experienced on the western coast of Cochin. Also, CPT is planning to undertake further studies to establish the techno-economic viability of the project.

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