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V.O.Chidambaranar Port Handles Record Traffic of 36.91 Million Tonnes

 

Newdeli:19/3/17:V. O. Chidambaranar Port, has crossed the previous financial year’s traffic of 36.85 million tonnes on 17.03.2017, 14 days ahead of the completion of the current financial year.

The Port has handled a record traffic of 36.91 Million tonnes till 17.03.2017, with an impressive cargo growth at 4.77% as compared with the same period of last financial year. The cargoe that contributed to this record performance includes, Coal to NTPL (64.11 %), Wheat (433.61%), Lime Stone(8.37%), Phosphoric Acid(106.42%), Fertilizers(16.07%), Fertilizer Raw Materials(7.18%), Construction Materials(28.75%), and Containerised cargo(5.02%).

The Port has also created an achievement in container traffic by handling 613,617 TEUs upto 17.03.2017 and crossed the previous financial year’s record traffic of 611,714 TEUs.

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