Mumbai - Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) or Atal Setu, the longest sea bridge is an infrastructure landmark and underlines the Government's steadfast focus on driving economic growth through infrastructure development, said Mr. Shashi Kiran Shetty, Founder and Chairman, Allcargo Group upon the inauguration of the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL).
“MTHL which connects Nhava Sheva to mainland Mumbai will have a multiplying impact on the port-connectivity and logistics transportation value chain in Mumbai in particular as well as across the country in general by cutting down transit time. It acts as a gateway to unprecedented possibilities in logistics by revolutionising the logistics transportation landscape.
“MTHL is a prime example of how synergy among all stakeholders can bring about a transformative impact in building a robust multimodal logistics transport ecosystem in the country. MTHL along with Navi Mumbai International Airport which is nearing its commercial launch will have an enormous impact on the logistics competitiveness of the country. By driving broad-based industrial growth, such infrastructure development will make India a global manufacturing hub. MTHL will boost hinterland connectivity, benefitting a larger population and driving the GDP growth. It will pave the way for Mumbai, the financial capital of India, to realise its potential and be on a par with Hong Kong, Singapore or other key financial centres in Asia. “In addition to enhancing transit efficiency, MTHL will play a key role in reducing carbon emission in the Mumbai City, concludes the statement by Mr. Shashi Kiran Shetty.
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