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Gujarat Maritime Board reports a stellar 15% growth in cargo traffic at non-major ports for Q1 FY25

July 9, 2024
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Gandhinagar, July 9, 2024 : The Gujarat ports regulated, operated and facilitated by Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB) registered 15% increase in cargo traffic at Gujarat’s non-major ports for the first quarter of the financial year 2025 (April - June 2024). Cargo traffic increased from approximately 106 million metric tons (MMT) in the first quarter of FY24 to an impressive 122 MMT in the same period of FY25. A comparison with the traffic figures posted by the Indian Port Association indicates that major ports experienced a growth rate of 3.9% during the same period.

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