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Overseas

Data refers to the traffic handled in terms on overseas loaded/unloaded, coastal loaded/unloaded and total traffic at major/non-major ports in India.
The catalog contains details on strength of Indian merchant shipping fleet-coastal, overseas, number of vessels and GRT and share of coastal and overseas in Indian Tonnage

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It gives details on Growth of Indian Shipping-coastal, overseas, number of vessels and GRT and share of coastal and overseas in Indian Tonnage - Age-wise as on 31st December
Data refers to the traffic handled as overseas loaded/unloaded, coastal loaded loaded/unloaded at non major ports state wise. Non-major Ports are the ports which are administered by State/UT governments.There are 200 non-major ports situated along the peninsular coastline and sea islands.
Data refers to the traffic handled in terms on overseas loaded/unloaded, coastal loaded/unloaded and total traffic at major ports in India. There are 12 Major Ports in the country. These are - Kolkata (including Dock complex at Haldia), Paradip, Visakhapatnam, Kamrajar (Ennore), Chennai, V.O. Chidambaranar on the East Coast and Cochin, New Mangalore, Mormugao, Jawaharlal Nehru, Mumbai and Kandla on the West Coast. All Major Ports except Kamrajar are administered by the respective Port Trusts, which are autonomous bodies.
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