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India’s Major Ports see 4% traffic growth in Q1FY25, led by coking coal imports, higher container handling

July 9, 2024
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New Delhi - Cargo handling, including container traffic movement, across India’s major ports has seen a 4 per cent rise y-o-y to 209 million tonnes (mt) in April-June of this fiscal year (Q1FY25), primarily on account of higher coking coal imports and an increase in container handling. In the year-ago quarter, traffic across these 12 ports stood at 200.55 mt.

Traffic was up 6 per cent sequentially in June to 69 mt, compared with May, when it was 64.69 mt, according to data from the Indian Ports Association . . .

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