BIW and Sysco each got contracts worth roughly $10 million. : Bath Iron Works was awarded a $9.6 million contract modification to change the power distribution systems of three destroyers. The work involves adding new integrated power node centers. The award was made by the U.S. Navy. Sysco Northern New England Inc., based in Westbrook, was awarded a contract of up to $10.5 million to distribute food to all branches of the military in northern New England. The award was made by the Defense Logistics Agency.
PGGM Infrastructure Fund, a fund owned and managed by PGGM, has acquired 50% of a solar power plant in Kern County, California called Valentine Solar. The solar farm, which is located on approximately 1,260 acres of private land in Kern County's Mojave Desert, uses First Solar products. The seller is EDF Renewables North America. The [...]
Agri Min Suggests Green Logistics Corridor, Use Of E-comm To Boost Exports To $60 Bn By 2022 | Business Standard News
Agriculture Ministry has suggested several measures including setting up of a system for forecasting demand, green logistics corridor for perishables, and use of e-commerce, to boost shipments of agri commodities to USD 60 billion by 2022. Other steps suggested to Commerce Ministry in this regard include strengthening of domestic regulatory authority, review of Essential Commodity Act and involving Indian missions abroad. Besides, measures like protecting farmers through appropriate duty instruments, and special safeguard mechanism have been suggested, a senior government official said.
DP World signs 20-year deal with Mali, with initial investment of $50m. : Dubai: DP World said on Wednesday it has signed a 20-year deal to build and operate a new logistics hub in Mali, with an initial investment of $50 million.The deal was signed with the Republic of Mali, and has an automatic 20-year extension.
PPT has initiated work on projects valued at Rs 35.44 billion on the self-contained city spread over 700 acres of land.
Rail Projs Worth Rs 18.79k Cr Under Implementation By Iprcl, Other Agencies: Govt | Business Standard News
Aimed at bringing down logistics costs by providing rail connectivity to ports, Indian Port Rail Corporation along with other agencies are implementing projects worth Rs 18,795 crore, the government has said. IPRCL, a joint venture between major ports and Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd (RVNL), as a dedicated SPV is developing railways as a mode of transport in the port sector under the government's ambitious initiative Sagarmala - a flagship programme for port led-development in the country.
The Danang Investment Promotion Agency (IPA Danang) is calling for local and foreign companies to develop six hi-tech agriculture projects worth a total of some US$90 million, in the central coastal city, an official said.
A joint venture lead by Capital Development Partners, an industrial real estate and infrastructure development company, has begun construction on a $125 million logistics campus at the Port of Savannah in Georgia, known as the Savannah Port Logistics...By: Nossaman LLP.
By NGV Global The ALDI SUD group of companies in Germany's west is testing four natural gas trucks in daily goods traffic. Over a period of five years, it will be shown to what extent the climate-friendly drive technology can be used as an alternative to diesel models. The natural gas trucks operate in the...
An outlay of Rs 106.27 billion is pegged for developing the external and internal infrastructure for the zone. : The National Investment and Manufacturing Zone (NIMZ) in Odisha proposed to developed at Kalinganagar, home to a cluster of steel industries, has attracted interest from steel investors in Russia and China. "A Russian company evinced interest to establish a speciality steel unit within NIMZ at an investment of Rs 3.5 billion. A few downstream steel companies from China are also keen to invest. Kalinganagar, the site of our NIMZ offers good scope for steel downstream investments.