Mormugao Port is all set to ink 20 agreements with various industry
partners and government bodies during the three-day Maritime India Summit,
which will commence on March 2. The agreements are expected to unlock
investments to the tune of Rs 3500 crore, said MPT chairman E Ramesh Kumar.
Kumar, who addressed the press said that the summit will help attract
investment to Goa, particularly in the maritime sector.
“MPT and the Goa government will present investment opportunities in the
ports and maritime sector in Goa to the global investor community. I am hopeful
that this summit will lead to sharing of knowledge but also give us an
opportunity to invite investments in a big way,” Kumar said.
One MoU with the
Indian Port Rail and Ropeway Corporation Ltd
One of the MoUs that MPT will ink is with the Indian Port Rail and Ropeway
Corporation Ltd to undertake a feasibility study for the Vasco-Dona Paula