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Tuesday, 13 July 2010 05:43

 

Nargol port is planned as a multi-purpose port that can handle solid, liquid and container cargoes. The port will be located north of Mumbai close to the planned new rail corridor between New Delhi and Mumbai. The greenfield port plan is an intriguing and novel joint venture partnership between India’s transport logistics company, Cargo Motors, a subsidiary of the Cargo Group, and Amarillis, the new high-tech international arm of Israel Ports Company (IPC). Amarillis will provide key technological know-how and engineering solutions for the new port. Nargol port in India near Mumbai, will soon become one of the world’s largest greenfield high-tech automated ports.

Israel Port Development & Assets Company

ISRAEL PORT DEVELOPMENT & ASSETS COMPANY LTD (“IPC”), a USD 2 Billion company, was established in July 2004 as a wholly owned company of the GOVERNMENT OF ISRAEL and commenced it’s operation in February 17, 2005.

 

IPC is responsible for the development of Israel’s three commercial seaports in Haifa, Ashdod and Eilat, and for providing the necessary infrastructure which allow the ports to function effectively and competitively handle Israel's international maritime trade.

“a strategic and technical partner in development of nargol port”

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