Cargo traffic at non-major Indian ports FY 2019, by state

In the fiscal year 2019, the Indian state of Gujarat had the highest cargo traffic that amounted to about 400 million metric tons at its non-major ports. Year-over-year, the cargo volume increased by more than seven percent in the financial year 2019.

Volume of total cargo handled across non-major Indian ports in financial year 2019, by state

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Source

Release date

March 2020

Region

India

Survey time period

FY 2019

Supplementary notes

Others consist of non-major ports in all other maritime States/UTs.

Note: India's financial year begins in April and ends in March. For example, FY 2016 started in April 2015 and ended in March 2016.

Major ports are under the union list while the non-major ports are under the concurrent list of the constitution of India. Therefore, major ports are under the administrative control of government of India while the non-major ports are governed by the respective maritime state governments.

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