Orissa Govt to Examine Shipbuilding Proposal

Thursday, September 27, 2007
Orissa, which plans to set up at least a dozen of ports along its 450 km long coastline, has received a proposal for shipbuilding and repair yards. Sources said Bharati Shipyard Ltd. and Apeejay Surendra Group, had jointly proposed to develop a state-of-the-art shipbuilding and ship repair yards at Dhamara in Bhadrak district. Official sources said the government was serious about the proposal because this could result in as many as 41,000 new jobs. [Source: The Economic Times]
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