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Mundra Port and Special Economic Zone (MPSEZ) is the largest private sector port in India operated by the ADANI Group. The port is backed by a Special Economic Zone which is spread over an area of 32,000 acres. MPSEZ has handled around 36 million metric tones of cargo in the financial year 2008-09 and has registered a phenomenal growth. The port is poised to touch an annual volume of 50 million metric tones by year 2010. MPSEX is also the first port company to be listed on the Indian Stock Exchange (BSE/NSE).

Mundra Port is the closest gateway port to the cargo generating hubs in the Northern and Western hinterland of India. The port is connected to the Indian railway network at Adipur (Gandhidham) by a 64 km private railway line that is owned the port for handling various types of cargo. MPSEZ is also an equity shareholder in Kutch Railway Company Ltd.(KRCL) which is an SPV between Indian Railways, Government of Gujarat, Kandla Port Trust and MPSEZ. This SPV undertakes various gauge conversion projects to provide excellent and efficient railway infrastructure to/from the North-West India. Mundre Port also has an advantage of handling double stack container trains form the North India because of the diesel railway route connectivity.
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Besides, Mundra Port is about 65 km from bhuj and 400 km from Ahmedabad. It is easily accessible by the national highway network (NH 8A and NH 15). As NH 8 A is part of the East-West Corridor of the Golden Quadrilateral project (connecting the four Indian metros – Mumbai, Chennai, New Delhi and Kolkata), which runs from Porbandar in the west to Silchar on in the northeast, the proximity of this port to this highway is of strategic importance

Also, the nearest commercial airports to Mundra Port are at Bhuj (65 mk) and Kandla (60 km). Mundra Port itself has a private operational airstrip that is suitable for landing mid-size jets. The development of airport for commercial use is currently under consideration.

The state-of-the-art infrastructure at MPSEZ includes 8 multi-purpose berths for handling dry bulk/liquid bulk/break bulk cargo; 2 berths for handling container cargo with a handling capacity of 1.25 million teus per annum and a Single Point Mooring (SPM) facility for handling crude oil.

MPSEZ has commissioned the automobile exports from Mundra by exporting passenger vehicles of Maruti Suzuki. Maruti Suzuki and MPSEZ have sihned a 20 year agreement for using Mundra Port for their automobile exports. MPSEZ, NYK and WWL have also signed an MoU to develop a world class automobile terminal by year 2012.

A dedicated coal terminal is also under development to handle the coal imports for the power plants of
Adani and Tata Power UMPP which are coming up in Mundra. This coal terminal will annum.

Because of its excellent sea, air rail and road connectivity, a multi-modeal logistics park is also being planned in MPSEZ.

MPSEZ through tis subsidiary Adani Logistics Ltd offers end-to-end integrated logistics solutions to the customers by way of container trains from Mundra Port and JNPT to its Inland Container Depots at Patli (near Guragaon) and Kishangarh (in Rajasthan).

Adani Logistics will be soon running double stack container trains from ICD Patli to Mundra Port.
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