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Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Limited

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Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Limited

  • India’s largest private sector port developer and operator
  • Operates 10 strategically located ports on the Indian coastline
  • Divided into three businesses – ports, logistics and Special Economic Zones (SEZs)
  • Capacity of 378 million metric tonnes (MMT) as of FY18
  • Handled 15.2 per cent of country’s cargo in FY18

Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Limited (APSEZ) is part of the Adani Group, one of the largest conglomerates in India. The company started its operations in 1998 and has become the largest private sector port developer and operator in India. It operates Gujarat’s Mundra Port, the largest commercial port in India and overall had more than 15 per cent share in India’s cargo in FY18. Other than ports, the company also has interests in integrated logistics and Special Economic Zones (SEZs). Currently, the company operates 10 domestic ports in six Indian states. APSEZ earned revenues of Rs 11,323 crore (US$ 1.76 billion) in FY18. The company earned a consolidated total income of Rs 8,795.06 crore (US$ 1.22 billion) in 9M FY19.

Company Website: www.adaniports.com

APSEZ – Growth with Goodness

2019 About to acquire Adani Agri Logistics Limited- India’s largest player with 45% market share in modern agri storage infrastructure.
2017 Raised US$ 500 million in foreign currency denominated bonds
2016 Acquisition of TM Harbour Services Private Limited
2014 Acquisition of Dharma Port
2012 Company name changed to Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd
2011 Mundra Port and SEZ surpasses record 50 million tonnes of cargo
2006 Notified as a Special Economic Zone (SEZ), Merger with MSEZ and ACL
2005 Merger of Adani Port Limited
2003 Container terminal became operational
2001 All four berths at Mundra Port became operational
1998 Incorporated as Gujarat Adani Port Limited on May 26, 1998

 

Updated: May, 2019

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