Essar Ports and Shapoorji Pallonji are among the corporate entities that have evinced interest in developing a riverine port planned in Odisha.
The state government has begun its hunt for developers who would agree to work on the project, estimated to cost Rs 2,110 crore. For this, the state has issued the request for qualification (RFQ) for the project and will organise a pre-bid conference on June 12. Read More…
Credit By: Business Standard
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