To provide integrated dredging and related marine services for promoting the national and international maritime trade, beach nourishment, reclamation, inland dredging, environmental protection and to become a global player in the field of dredging.
To emerge as a team of inspired performers providing dredging services with the focus on:
1. To become a Nava Ratna company by 2020 by progressively increasing the share of DCI in the Indian maintenance dredging market to 80% and increasing the share in Indian capital dredging market.
2. Establishing a global presence in providing integrated dredging services.
3. Adopting and complying with best standards of corporate governance
DCIL has emerged as a leading enterprise in India in the field of dredging. Facing the new challenges and opportunities, DCIL is determined to enhance its business of dredging needs of ports, marine structures, Project Management Consultancy and shallow water dredging services. We shall promote the technology and management innovation as well as boost the overall development of the DCIL in a coordinated and sustainable manner. We shall also strive to become nodal agency for port related marine constructions and for development of national waterways. We shall make all out efforts to achieve Navaratna status for DCIL. Team DCIL is also geared up to take all challenges to meet goals of the Corporation.
We shall constantly improve the core competitiveness of the company by adhering to the policy of “scientific innovation, total management and cooperation”.
The Head Office of Dredging Corporation of India is strategically located on the eastern seaboard of India at Visakhapatnam. DCI helps to ensure the continuous availability of the desired depths in shipping channels of the Major and Minor Ports, Navy, fishing harbours and other maritime organisations.
the innovative vessel for the Dredging Corporation of India Ltd (DCI). The ceremony was performed by Mrs R Mohanty, the spouse of DCI Ex-Chairman and Managing Director Captain DK Mohanty. The DCI DREDGE XXI is the third vessel in a series of three dredgers – including the DCI DREDGE XIX and DCI DREDGE XX – and is being constructed under the dual classes of Lloyd’s Register and Indian Register of Shipping.Contact Us