In India the Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) will develop a second chemical jetty and related infrastructure at an estimated cost of Rs 3,652 crore (557.4 million).
The port will further develop two commodity berths, a cruise ship terminal, and an offshore container terminal.
The second chemical jetty alone is estimated to cost Rs 116 crore, and will be a self-financed venture at the ports existing offshore Peer Pau oil terminal.
The proposed ultra-modern commodity berths, one for dry bulk and the other for conventional cargo including break-bulk, costing a total Rs 90 crore, will replace four century-old berths at Indira Dock, P Mohanchandran, secretary of the port, says.
The berths have received interest from ABG Ports, Mundra Ports & SEZ, SNB Infrastructure, Parekh Marine Group, Aditya Marine, and US-based Master Marine Services.