Haldia Port

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Port NameHaldia Port
Also Known AsPort of Kolkata
OpenedIn 1870
Constructed byThe British East India Company
Operated byKolkata Port Trust
Owned byKolkata Port Trust, Ministry of Shipping, Government of India
Lat / Long22.547341, 88.302385
Type of harborCoastal Breakwater, River Natural, Medium Seaport
Size of harborN.A.
Land areaN.A.
Available berths15
ChairmanShri M.L. Meena
Main tradesAutomobiles, motorcycles and general industrial cargo including iron ore, granite, coal, fertilizers, petroleum products, and containers.
Major exportsIron ore, leather, cotton textiles
Major importsWheat, Raw Cotton, Machinery, Iron & steel

Last Updated on : January 27, 2015



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