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Jindal Shipyards Teams with Korean Co for Maritime Park

October 2, 2007

Jindal Shipyards, a part of the $8b OP Jindal group, is planning to rope in Korean Maritime Consultants (Komac) for setting up the country’s first maritime technology park, expected to draw investment worth $7.2b. The park, to be called India Maritime Technology Park, will come up near Dahej. It will be on lines of Chinese cluster model and will get SEZ status later on. The project will also house a maritime technology institute.. [Source: The Economic Times]


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