• Posted on: 22 March 2016
  • By: admin

Dighi port is located on the banks of the Rajpuri Creek, in the Raigad District of Maharashtra on the West Coast of India. 

The port is located at a distance of 42 nautical miles (NM) from Mumbai Port and 170kms south of Mumbai by road.  

Advantage Port Dighi

A multi-purpose, multi-cargo, all weather, direct berthing port with state of the art cargo handling equipment
Ample land bank in excess of 1600 acres.
A natural harbor and an exclusive channel offering a depth of 14.5m, making it one of the deepest channels in Maharashtra..
Total waterfront of approximately 5kms for development of port related infrastructure.
Dighi Port is being developed on 2 banks of Rajpuri creek, which allows the port to segregat Clean Cargo from Dirty Cargo.
Capable of handling bulk, break-bulk, liquid, RORO & container cargo.
First port in Maharashtra to offer a port based SEZ and FTWZ.
The port is very well connected to National Highway (17) by 4 State Highways.
Part of the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC).
Dighi Port area has been identified as one of the 7 National Investment and Manufacturing Zones (NIMZ) under the new manufacturing policy.

Fast turnaround of vessels due to high levels of efficiency.






     Development of Nashik - Mumbai (NH 3) as expressway.
     Development of Chakan Road along with ICD at Talegaon.
     Trans - Harbour link connecting Nhava Sheva (JN Port) to Sion.
     Kalyan - Nevali road link
     Greenfield Port at Dighi (Final node of DMIC)
     Dighi Port likely to be included as a part of the DFC. PORT BASED




Cluster Development around DIGHI


National Investment and Manufacturing Zone (NIMZ)
Dighi Port Areas identifies as one of the 7 Mega National Investment and Manufacturing Zones under Government of India's new Manufacturing Policy
Total area of 230 sq. km allocated for the development of the Manufacturing Zone in Dighi Port Area.
The NIMZ's will entail an investment of US Dollars 5 billion and will include support infrastructure and services like Multi - modals Logistics Hubs, Container Freight Stations(CFS), Inland Containers Depots (ICDs), Warehousing, Cold Storages, Cargo distributions etc.
The New Manufacturing Policy offers companies setting up their facilities in the manufacturing zones with concessions ranging from tax benefits to single window approvals.

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