MUMBAI : A significant conference-cum-interaction session was held at Hotel Trident, Mumbai, showcasing the commitment of Deendayal Port Authority towards the restructuring of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Projects. The event was graced by the esteemed presence of Shri S.K. Mehta, IFS, Chairman-DPA and Shri Nandeesh Shukla, IRTS, Dy Chairman, alongside Shri V. Raveendra Reddy, Chief Engineer; Shri B. Bhagyanath, FA&CAO; Shri Sudipta Banerjee, Sr. Dy. Traffic Manager other officers of the Deendayal Port Authority.
During the conference, Deendayal Port Authority presented comprehensive insights into the upcoming PPP projects, notably highlighting three Oil Jetties at Old Kandla and a Multipurpose dry cargo facility at Tuna Tekra. The presentations shed light on the strategic vision and objectives behind these projects, emphasizing the Authority’s dedication to fostering economic growth and infrastructure development.
The event witnessed active participation from a diverse group of stakeholders, including representatives from international entities. The interactive sessions provided a platform for constructive dialogue, allowing stakeholders to share invaluable suggestions, inputs, and innovative ideas to enhance the successful implementation of the projects.
The stakeholders actively participated in the discussions, providing constructive feedback and valuable insights. They appreciated the initiative taken by DPA to involve them in the planning and development process. The suggestions and inputs received will be carefully considered and incorporated into the final project proposals.
Speaking on the occasion, Shri Sanjay Mehta, Chairman-Deendayal Port Authority, said, “The restructuring of our PPP projects is a strategic move to ensure their long-term success and contribute to the port’s growth. We believe that stakeholder engagement is crucial for this endeavor, and we are grateful for the constructive feedback and suggestions received today. We will carefully consider all the inputs and work towards implementing the projects in a way that benefits all stakeholders.”
The Deendayal Port Authority expresses its gratitude to all attendees, both domestic and international, for their active participation and meaningful contributions to the dialogue. The Authority remains committed to transparency, inclusivity, and collaboration as it moves forward with the restructuring of PPP projects, contributing to the region’s economic prosperity.