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Container volumes in Indian ports in April during the peak of the lock down

The Ports in Gujarat and Maharashtra continue to dominate in container handling during the peak of the country wide lock down announced by the government of india in April this year.

The Ports in Tamil Nadu continue to hold the third position so far as container volumes are concerned.

Indian private port tentative volume of the April -2020.

SOUTH ZONE: Tamil Nadu

CCTPL: 20249  TEUs    Chennai Port

CICTPL: 50351  TEUs    Chennai Port               Chennai port alone  70,600  TEUs

AKPPL: 25330    TEUs   Ennore Kamarajaar Adani

AECTPL: 16579   TEUs  Katupalli Adani  Chennai region put together 1,12,509 TEUs

TCT :4955    TEUS          VOC  Tuticorin

DBGT: 32564  TEUs       VOC  Tuticorin  put together  37,519 TEUs

NCT:35883 TEUs

Kakinada:1152  TEUs

Cochin: 26411    TEUs

WEST ZONE:  Gujarat

Adani Mundra

AMCT: 54948  TEUS

AICTPL: 130895 TEUs

ACMTPL: 41900  TEUS

T-2: 4192  TEUs

MICT: 44986  TEUs   all Adani Mundra terminals put together 2,76,921 TEUs

PIPAVAV: 73466 TEUS

AHCT: 31770  TEUs Adani  Hazira Terminal

Kandla: 18578 

Maharashtra

JNPT: 35243  TEUs

NSICT: 34715  TEUs

NSIGT: 49281  TEUs

GTI: 114635     TEUs         All terminals in JNPT put together 2,30,875 TEUs

Mumbai Port

BMCTPL: 49928  TEUs

EAST ZONE  West Bengal

Haldia: 8314  TEUs

PSA Kolkata: 35719  TEUs

VCTPL:  Visakhapatnam port  35345  TEUs

Paradeep :594.  TEUs


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