Mormugao Port Trust Invites Tenders for Capital Dredging (India)
Tenders are invited by Mormugao Port Trust for capital dredging works for non-cargo berths. The work involves deepening to a depth of -9.50 m by capital dredging alongside the berth, along the breakwater, the berth alongside the mole (on both sides) basin area and approaches to these berths. The existing depths vary from about -2m to -8m. Tender deadline is 27.7.2011.
Ever since it was accorded the status of a Major Port in 1963, the Mormugao port has contributed immensely to growth of maritime trade in India. It is the leading iron ore exporting port of India with an annual throughput of around 27.33 million tonnes of iron ore traffic.
Source: Mormugao Port Trust, July 8, 2011