Port Authority aims to acquire 8.5 acres for rail link

The Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNP) Authority has asked District Collector Gangatharan D to acquire 8.5 acres to provide a rail link for the planned 108-acre Multimodal Logistics Park (MMLP) in Niphad.

The Port Authority of Jawaharlal Nehru (JNP) has asked District Collector Gangatharan D to acquire 8.5 acres to provide a rail link for the planned 108-acre Multimodal Logistic Park (MMLP) in Niphad.

The JNPA wrote to collector Gangatharan D asking him to start the process
the purchase of land in order to establish a rail connection to the passing tracks of the Central Railways
by Niphad.

Niphad is the hometown of Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Bharati Pawar. “The acquisition will set the ball rolling for the construction park, which will be equipped with facilities such as customs clearance and other amenities to support exporters,” Pawar said.

Pawar, in whose parliamentary constituency – Dindori – the park will be built, met
The Minister for Shipping and Ports of the Sarbananda Sonowal union in New Delhi urged him to do so
speed up the project.

The MMLP will bring together different means of transport under one roof
Roof for efficient and rapid movement of goods, as well as the establishment of facilities for efficient handling, sorting and storage of agricultural products such as grapes, onions, pomegranates, dried onions and processed agricultural products. Also, the export of construction machinery, automobile, pharmaceutical products, etc. from Nashik division will experience an upswing.

The process of deleveraging land owned by Nashik Sugar Factory has been carried out
already been carried out. The land was pledged to the Nashik at 135 crore rupees
District Central Co-operative Bank.

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