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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.
Cargo handling comes to a halt at Paradip port
A dispute between two stevedore companies at Paradip Port lead to a grinding halt of cargo handling at Paradip Port. Due to the cargo halt, around 700 iron-ore laden trucks were stranded on the busy 65-km stretch of NH-5(A) from Balichandrapur to the port town.
Paradip Port surpasses Visakhapatnam in cargo handling
In cargo handling, Odisha's Paradip Port has gained a lead over Visakhapatnam Port Trust (VPT), Which had a record of handling the largest volume of cargo in the East Coast. Paradip Port has handled an additional five million tonne of cargo in this current year.
GAIL to set up LNG terminal at Paradip Port
For setting up an offshore LNG terminal at Paradip Port in Orissa coast at a cost of Rs 3,108 crore, India's largest state-owned natural gas distributor GAIL (India) has entered into a memorandum of understanding with Paradip Port Trust (PPT). The proposed 'Floating Storage Regasification Unit' will have an initial capacity of four million tonne per annum (mtpa).
GAIL, Paradip Port to set up Rs 3,108 cr LNG terminal
For setting up an offshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal at Paradip Port in Odisha, GAIL (India) and Paradip Port Trust have on October 26 signed a memorandum of understanding for an estimated cost of Rs 3,108 crore.
GAIL to set up Rs 3,108 cr LNG terminal at Paradip port
For setting up an offshore LNG (liquefied natural gas) terminal at Paradip Port in Odisha coast, India's largest State-owned natural gas distributor GAIL (India) has entered into a memorandum of understanding with Paradip Port Trust (PPT) at a cost of Rs 3,108 crore.
Resumption of rice export from Paradip Port
Srilalitha Enterprise Pvt Ltd is using Paradip Port to export rice to Indonesia. At the container yard of Paradip Port, 2,650mn t of rice was unloaded through 42 wagons from Raipur. Simultaneously ,the unloaded rice bags were stuffed into the containers. Unloading of rice from the wagons and loading into the container is being done under the sup
PPT major port of the year
For its excellent performance in 2012-13, Paradip port has been conferred with the 'Major Port of the Year' award. SS Mishra, Chairman, Paradip Port Trust (PPT),
Paradip bags Major Port of the Year award
For its excellent performance in 2012-13, Paradip port has been conferred with the Â‘Major Port of the YearÂ’ award. SS Mishra, Chairman, Paradip Port Trust (PPT), received the award at the SCOPE International Conference & Exhibition 2013 held in Chennai recently.