JSW Infra and APMC sign MoU to explore port and logistics infrastructure opportunities

JSW Infrastructure and A.P. Moller Capital have signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to explore potential collaborations in the port and related infrastructure sector. The partnership aims to create a joint venture, referred to as the “Platform,” to leverage their combined expertise and resources for acquiring, developing, financing, and operating a portfolio of assets in India’s ports and logistics infrastructure sectors.

The proposed Platform will be held 51% by JSW Infrastructure and 49% by A.P. Moller Capital. Both parties intend to make significant investments in the Platform, contingent on mutually agreed terms. This strategic collaboration will seek value-accretive organic and inorganic opportunities, enhancing the operational and commercial viability of each project undertaken.

Each identified and agreed-upon project will undergo a thorough feasibility study to evaluate its commercial and operational prospects. This joint venture aims to capitalise on the growing demand for robust port and logistics infrastructure in India, contributing to the sector’s overall development and efficiency.

The MOU signifies a strategic move to harness synergies between JSW Infrastructure and A.P. Moller Capital, potentially transforming the landscape of port and logistics infrastructure in India.