Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) is set to build a container terminal in Myanmar, the group’s first box facility outside India.
Slated for Yangon’s inner-city river port, work on the US$290m facility will break ground this month. Total capacity will eventually reach 800,000 teu, with a first phase offering 500,000 teu by June 2021.
The terminal will have a quay length of 635 metres and the capability to handle three …
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