Coastal cargo handled in India 2018 by major port

In fiscal year 2018, the volume of coastal cargo handled at the Paradip port in the Indian state of Odisha was around 32 million metric tons. About 70 percent of trade by value and more than 90 percent by volume across the south Asian country was done through maritime transport.

Volume of coastal cargo handled across India in FY 2018, by major port

Volume in million metric tons
Paradip31.58
Mumbai28.74
Kamarajar18.58
Visakhapatnam15.97
Deendayal10.41
New Mangalore10.21
Chidambaranar9.97
Haldia Dock Complex9.55
Cochin8.66
J L Nehru4.34
Chennai4.14
Mormugao1.72
Kolkata Dock System0.88
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Source

Release date

April 2019

Region

India

Survey time period

FY 2018

Supplementary notes

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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