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Postado em 30 de outubro de 2019 | 17:21

India’s 12 state-run ports handle less boxes

India’s 12 state-run ports handled a total of 5.14 million TEUs of containers in the first half of fiscal 2019 (April-September), up 5.6% from a year earlier, according to the Indian Ports Association (IPA).

Looking at container throughput individually by port, 2.573 million TEUs were moved to and from Jawaharlal Nehru Port, up 2.1%; 435,000 TEUs to and from Kolkata, up 1.6%; 425,000 TEUs to and from V.O. Chidambaranar, up 14.6%; 312,000 TEUs to and from Cochin, up 11.8%; 261,000 TEUs to and from Visakhapatnam, up 15%; 214,000 TEUs to and from Deendayal (formerly Kandla), up 107.8%; 78,000 TEUs to and from New Mangalore, up 14.7%; 70,000 TEUs to and from Kamarajar (formerly Ennore), which did not process containerized shipments a year earlier; and 15,000 TEUs to and from Mumbai, up 7.1%. In contrast, container throughput declined year on year at Chennai, which went down 11.8% to 736,000 TEUs; at Mormugao, down 11.1% to 16,000 TEUs and at Paradip, down 16.7% to 5,000 TEUs.

Source: JIFFA

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