Boskalis wins huge contract for expansion of container port

Dutch company Boskalis has entered a EUR 250 million joint venture with company Jan De Nul to get India's biggest container port in Mumbai ready to receive increasingly large container vessels.

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Boskalis will enter a 50/50 joint venture with the company Jan De Nul and lead the expansion and dredging of the access channel towards Mumbai's huge port Jawaharlal Nehru Port.

According to a press release from Boskalis, the deal is worth EUR 250 million. The work will commence in a few weeks and is set to last approximately two years.

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