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28-Jul2017

DCI bags contract worth Rs 102 crore from Mongla Port Authority

Dredging Corporation of India (DCI) has successfully bagged contract from Mongla Port Authority, Bangladesh for the capital dredging in Pussur Channel. The project involves dredging of around 3.88 Million cubic metres to be completed within 15 months at a cost of Rs 102.00 crore.

This is the first international contract bagged by DCI through an open global tender. The company has planned to commence the dredging work by September 2017 as per the project schedule. 

DCI is the premier dredging company in India and is the only PSU company offering dredging services. Established in 1976, the Company provides dredging and allied services to Ports, Indian Navy etc.


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