Adani’s Mega Port Attracts World’s Largest Ships to India

Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd owns Vizhinjam Port on the beautiful Kerala coast. It is developed by (SEZ Ltd.) in collaboration with the local government.

When the heavy-cargo ship Zhenhua 15, which came from the East China Sea, unloaded cargo in the port of Vizhinjam on Sunday, it not only installed the facility’s first large crane.

This will also test India the largest cruise ship in the world Map. The Vizhinjam transshipment container port, the first near the southern tip of India, will open on October 15.

This port, which allowed India to gain a larger share of international maritime trade, is now under Chinese rule.

It will also boost hopes of becoming another manufacturing base by reducing transportation costs for goods moving in and out of the country.

The new terminal will be another project by the Gautam Adani Group, which faced major threat after the short selling raid in 2013.

A month full of allegations of abuse – allegations that the Adani Group denies. Vizhinjam, which already has ports, mines, airports and power plants, will further strengthen the billionaire’s authority as India’s infrastructure king.

Its proximity to international transport, which accounts for 30% of international transport, and sea level of 24 meters above sea level make Vizhinjam the best location for the world’s largest ship.

Until now, the largest ships have sailed through India because Indian ports were not deep enough to accommodate the ships and could call at neighboring places such as Colombo, Dubai and Singapore.

Transshipment is the delivery of goods from the first ship to another mother ship in port en route to their final destination.

Located on the beautiful Kerala coast, the much-awaited deep sea port is being developed by Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Limited in collaboration with the city government.

Adani Ports, India’s largest private port operator with a 30% market share, is also developing an Israeli port in Haifa and plans to set up a hub in Vietnam as part of expanding its global footprint.