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Kolkata Port Trust plans to add three new terminals at Haldia

Friday, 03 Nov 2017
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The Kolkata Port Trust (KoPT) is planning to add three new terminals at Haldia port.

The port trust will invest an estimated Rs 800 crore in two liquid cargo terminals to raise its capacity.

A total of nine million tonne will be added to the existing handling capacity of 43 million tonne.

The company has proposed one liquid cargo terminal of two million tonne, primarily for edible oil, at Salukhali. An investment of around Rs 200 crore will be spent in the project.

Another two outer terminals -- one for dry bulk cargo of five million tonne and the other two million tonne liquid cargo terminal have also been proposed.

The liquid cargo terminal, also known as outer terminal-II, is expected to entail an investment of Rs 100 crore, while the remaining Rs 500 crore will be spent on setting up outer terminal-I.

Work on all the three proposed projects is expected to commence in FY 2019, once it gets environmental clearances.

The terminals will be developed on public-private partnership (PPP) model.

Other than these projects, the company will also invest Rs 100 crore for laying a second rail line from Durgachak to Haldia. The implementing agency for the project is South-Eastern Railway.

 
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