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Chidambaranar Port breaks record

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V. O. Chidambaranar Port exceeded FY16’s traffic on 36.85 million t on 17 March 2017, 2 weeks ahead of the end of financial year.

The cargo transported included coal to NTPL (64.11 %), wheat (433.61%), lime stone (8.37%), phosphoric acid (106.42%), fertilizers (16.07%), fertilizer raw materials (7.18%), construction materials (28.75%), and containerised cargo (5.02%).

Port Trust Chairman, S Anantha Chandra Bose, commented: “I am very thankful to the Ministry of Shipping as well as the valued employees who have supported the Port's growth since its inception.”

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