The National Perspective plan of the Sagarmala Programme has identified two maritime clusters for development, one in Tamil Nadu and other in Gujarat.
14 Coastal Economic Zones(CEZ) have been identified along the coastline of the country in the National Perspective Plan of the Sagarmala Programme.
These CEZs are aimed at promoting development of port-proximate industrial clusters, encourage port-led development, reduction of logistics cost and time for movement of EXIM and domestic cargo and enhance the global competitiveness of Indian manufacturing sector.
The details of the CEZs identified under Sagarmala Programmeare as under:-
|CEZ||State||Linkage Port||Potential Industries|
|Kandla, Mundra||Petrochemicals, Cement, Furniture|
|CEZ-2||Pipavav, Sikka||Apparel, Automotive|
|CEZ-3||Dahej, Hazira||Marine clusters|
|JNPT, Mumbai||Power, Electronics, Apparel|
|CEZ-5||Dighi, Jaigarh, Mormugao||Refining, Steel, Food processing|
|CEZ-9||Karaikal||Leather processing, Power|
|CEZ-10||Chennai, Kamarajar (Ennore) and Katupalli||Steel, Petrochemicals, Electronics, Shipbuilding|
|CEZ-12||Vizag, Kakinada||Food processing, Petrochemicals, Cement, Apparel|
|CEZ-13||Odisha||Paradip, Dhamra||Petrochemicals, Marine processing|
|CEZ-14||West Bengal||Kolkata, Haldia||Leather processing|