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Cargo traffic at Major Ports boosted by reforms, grows by 5.2%
Major Ports in India handled 315.4 MT of cargo during the first six months of FY2016-17 (April-September) and showed a positive growth of 5.1 per cent
The government has announced a massive investment in IndiaÂ´s ports sector, which is likely to boost the countryÂ´s economy. The government has massive plans of developing ten coastal economic regions by reviving the countryÂ´s Sagarmala (string of ports) Project.
Cargo traffic at major ports up by 5.04% in April-December
Cargo traffic rose by 5.04 per cent to 433.86 mt at 12 major ports during April-December 2014 as compared to the same period of previous year. These Centre-run ports had handled 413.06 mt of cargo during April-December 2013.
Cargo traffic at major ports up
Cargo traffic at 12 major ports recorded a marginal rise of 1.78 per cent at 555.5 million tonne (mt) during 2013-14. The cargo handled by these ports stood at 545.79 mt in 2012-13.
Vessel agents plea for effective cargo traffic
The Sailing Vessel Agents and Shipment Contractors Welfare Association has stated that traditional cargo traffic via sea from Beypore in Kerala to Lakshadweep should be made more prompt and effective with the coming of Id-ul-Azha.
When we finally hit the target?
Missing Maritime Agenda targets has been the norm. But now, the Shipping Ministry is pushing the much needed expansion of its severely congested ports with some urgency, even as the new targets for the year have been announced. As major ports are losing their lure with investors,
Cargo traffic at ports to grow by 5.9%
Indiaâ€™s overall cargo traffic at its ports (both major and minor) is expected to grow to 985.20 million tonne or 5.9 per cent in 2012-13. In 2011-12,
Expertspeak: New plan needed to achieve Agenda goals
Tuticorin port recently beat its own record, handling 24,550 mt of pet coke in a single day, but we will need many more record-breakers if we have to achieve the Agenda goals.