APSEZ starts work at Vizhinjam port

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    In order to fast track the international transshipment project at Vizhinjam port, Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) has recently launched the construction of the first berth at the proposed international transshipment hub. Vizhinjam will be Kerala‘s first ever deep water container transshipment port with a deep draft of 20.5 metres. The first phase of the berth will be 800 metres in length. The project is moving as per schedule reaching the half-way milestone, after the successful land reclamation stage, CEO of ASEZ, Karan Adani, said that the project is well on course and will be completed within the stipulated time period of four years. The transshipment port is located 16 km south, is expected to tap the potential of development as a deepwater international multi-cargo port. The proposed site is on the international shipping route connecting Europe, Persian Gulf and the Far East, very close to the east-west shipping axis within 10 nautical miles.
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