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Cargo traffic at Major Ports grows by 5.2percent

Cargo traffic at Major Ports grows by 5.2percent

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 as compared to the same period last year. The cargo traffic handled by the Major Ports during the same period last year was 299.5 MT. This improvement of performance is the result of many measures initiated by the Ministry of Shipping to improve the performance of the ports.

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JNPT to give Rs 200 cr loan to Mormugao port

JNPT to give Rs 200 cr loan to Mormugao port

The loss-making Mormugao Port is to get fiscal aid of Rs 200 crore from the Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT). Mormugao Port will have to pay 10 per cent interest to JNPT on the loan. JNPT has cash reserves of over Rs 3,500 crore.

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Mormugao Port to receive 30 cruise liners by April

Mormugao Port to receive 30 cruise liners by April

Between October 2013 and April 2014, the Mormugao Port in Goa is scheduled to welcome around 30 cruise liners. Recently the luxurious Sea Dream Yacht Club, for the first time, arrived at Mormugao Port. The yacht arrived on October 28, carrying around 125 passengers.

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Mechanised coal handling at Marmugao port may take time

Mechanised coal handling at Marmugao port may take time

The Goa State Pollution Control Board has deferred the Mormugao Port's proposal to establish mechanised coal and coke handling at its berth, stalling the port's plans to revive the ailing business. GSPCB had stopped the operations of handling both the commodities at berth number 10 and 11, after the port town witnessed unprecedented coal dust pollution.

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Mormugao Port seeks nod for Rs 200 cr coal handling project

Mormugao Port seeks nod for Rs 200 cr coal handling project

To establish a mechanised system for coal and coke handling facility at berth No 11 in Mormugao Port, the Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) has sought the approval of the Goa State Pollution Control Board (GSPCB). The estimated cost of the project is around Rs 200 crore and two million tonne of coal and coke would be handled per annum.

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Adani to start coal terminal at Mormugao Port

Adani to start coal terminal at Mormugao Port

Adani Ports and SEZ is planning to commission a coal handling terminal of about 5 million tonne capacity at the Mormugao Port in Goa by this fiscal. The coal handling terminal project, won by the Adani group firm in 2009, is delayed by about 2 years as it was originally planned to be commissioned during 2011 to 12 itself. APSEZ has the permission to operate the coal handling berth till May 15th 2040, the company said in a prospectus for a recently completed fund raising exercise. It said that th

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