Vizhinjam International Deep-water Multipurpose Seaport

Vizhinjam International Transhipment Deep-water Multipurpose Seaport, India’s first Mega Transhipment Container Terminal, is expected to be commissioned in early 2024. Ship-to-shore cranes (rail-mounted quay cranes) and yard cranes (rail-mounted gantry cranes) are being fitted at the seaport. Centrally located on the Indian coastline, Vizhinjam Port will be the transhipment hub closest to the international shipping routes on the Indian subcontinent. Vizhinjam Port will offer large-scale automation for quick turnaround of vessels with state-of-the-art infrastructure to handle Megamax containerships. Adani Vizhinjam Port Private Limited and the Government of Kerala form part of the Public Private Partnership (PPP) project which has an investment of ₹7,525 crores. A cruise terminal, a modern fishing harbour and a maritime cluster form part of the project

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