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Mundra Port handles largest cargo parcel

01 January 1970 | Mundra


On June 8, 2017, Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Limited (APSEZL) berthed the ship MV Onozuru Maru at its West Basin terminal for its esteemed client CGPL.

MV Onozuru Maru arrived at Mundra Port with a cargo parcel of 1,92,495 MT of coal, the largest cargo parcel ever handled at the Port.

This parcel size surpasses the previous cargo parcel size record of 1,91,095 MT which had arrived onboard the ship MV Mineral Hokusai at APSEZL in March 2017.

MV Onozuru Maru (LOA 299.70 metres and DWT 2,07,973 MT) arrived with a loaded draught of 17.5 metres.

The handling of this ship demonstrates APSEZL’s capability in meeting the existing and future business requirements of all its esteemed customers.

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