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Karnataka’s Mangaluru port handles its biggest container vessel

The New Mangalore Port at Mangaluru has treated the biggest parcel dimension container vessel between July 23 and July 25 when it gained M.V. Neyyar sporting 1,936 TEUs of containerised shipment.

NMP Authority mentioned the vessel belonging to Sima Marine India, underneath the company of MBK Logistics, was once berthed at JSW Mangalore Container Terminal (Berth No. 14) on July 23. Authorities treated 1,011 TEUs of import bins and 925 TEUs of export bins. It sailed out of Mangaluru on July 25.

The previous file was once M.V. SSL Brahmaputra, which known as on the port on June 14, 2021, with 1521 TEUs of containerised shipment.

Container site visitors at NMPA has regularly higher from not up to 1000 TEUs treated in 2000 to one.5 lakh TEUS treated in 2021-22.

Container shipment was once treated at quite a lot of common shipment berths of the port until the final monetary yr.

Considering the secure enlargement in paintings load and to facilitate clean dealing with of container vessels, the port has awarded the paintings of mechanisation of container dealing with on the unique deep draft berth (No. 14) to M/s Mangalore Container Terminal Pvt. Ltd. (JSW) on PPP type. Work at the berth is finished. The new facility is anticipated to maintain upper volumes of bins within the coming years.

Port Chairman A.V. Ramana mentioned the port’s multi-dimensional tasks, together with on-line gate admittance, advanced garage amenities coupled with the coordinated efforts at rendering skilled provider via port government, have been made conceivable via the trade construction and operational groups of JSW Mangalore Container Terminal.

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