Deendayal Port

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Port NameDeendayal Port Trust (Kandla)
OpenedIn 1965
Operated byDeendayal Port Trust
Owned byDeendayal Port Trust
LocationGujarat, Gulf of Kutch
Lat / Long23.002721, 70.218651
Type of harborOpen Roadstead, Large Seaport
Size of harborN.A.
Land area310 hectares
Available berths12
ChairmanShri. Ravi M, Parmar (IAS)
Main tradesN.A.
Major exportsN.A.
Major importsPetroleum, Chemicals, Iron, Steel and Iron machinery and also handles salt, textiles and grain.

Last Updated on : October 5, 2017



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