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CPEC

 

To facilitate construction of additional terminals at Gwadar Port by its Operator and to protect from the effect of waves/tides/current & siltation as to provide safe berthing for designed DWT vessels. For construction of additional berthing facilities by COPHCL through its own investment, availability of breakwaters is required for moderating sea behavior. Under the Concession Agreement, breakwaters are required to be constructed by GPA / Govt. of Pakistan

 

Total Length: 18.981 km Off Shore section: 4.3 km. The proposed expressway will connect the newly built Gwadar Port and its Free Zone with Makran Coastal highway.It will be a limited access high speed road meant for the use of heavy traffic fulfilling the cargo needs of the port.

 

The Pak-China Technical & Vocational Institute of Gwadar Port will aim for creating state-of-the-art technical & vocational training institute in the port city of Gwadar, this technical institute to shape and enhance technical skills of youth of Gwadar and its adjoining areas, to make them capable to handle port and Gwadar Free Zone related industries.

 

Update by:Ahraz 23/10/2020
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