investments for its Smart Industrial Port City (SIPC), Kandla project, within
the Gandhidham-Kandla-Adipur complex, Deendayal Port Trust (DPT) organised an
Investors’ Conference in Gandhidham on January 8, 2018, which saw participation
by investors from Gandhidham and nearby areas, highlighted a release.
like Amul Boards Pvt. Ltd, Asanjo Furniture World (Surat-based player), Ankita
Overseas Pvt. Ltd, etc. showed keen interest in investing in SIPC, Kandla.
Besides, representatives from the Federation of Kutch Industries’ Association,
Gandhidham Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Kandla Timber Association, etc.
participated in the conference. Trustees and senior officers of DPT were also
present, the release said.
Singh, IRS, Deputy Chairman, DPT, welcomed the gathering and highlighted the
salient features of the project, which encompasses port-based industrial
development, 2 to 50 acre plot sizes, developed plots with power, water and
other key utility services, long-term lease of duration up to 60 years, and
competitive pricing and key clearances, including environment clearance.
Parmar, IAS, Chairman, DPT, while talking on the development of this project,
observed that the project is on the line of Prime Minister’s Sagarmala vision
which focuses on the development of port-based industrial/coastal economic
consultant made a detailed Power Point presentation on the facilities and
benefits that would accrue to the investors.
DPT is all
set to break ground for this project, with the contractor for development of
land, including grading and filling, having been selected.
The next investors’ meet is scheduled for January 16, 2018 in Ahmedabad, the release disclosed.
be one of India’s first SIPCs, and is aligned with the Prime Minister’s vision
of accelerating economic development by harnessing the country’s coastline.
Kandla is being developed in an area of about 1,425 acres and comprises two
sites: 1) Smart Urban (residential, commercial and institutional) township in
an area of 580 acres (Site-1); and 2) A modern industrial zone in an area of
845 acres (Site-2). The modern industrial zone is being developed as a
port-based industrial cluster with focus on furniture manufacturing, edible oil
refining, engineering and fabrication, salt-based industries and other
industrial activities which require the Port for either export or import of raw
materials, intermediary or finished products, the release pointed out.