New Mangalore (INNML)
Mangalore Port is a major seaport located in the city of Mangalore in the state of Karnataka, India. It is situated at the confluence of the Gurupura and Netravati rivers and is one of the largest ports on the west coast of India. Here is some information about Mangalore Port:
|Name of Port||Mangalore Port|
|Location||Mangalore, Karnataka, India|
|Operator||New Mangalore Port Trust|
|Port Type||Major Port|
Mangalore Port has two docks, one for cargo and the other for petroleum. The port has a total of 15 berths, which can handle a variety of cargo, including crude oil, petroleum products, iron ore, coal, fertilizers, and containers. The port also has facilities for the handling of general cargo, such as timber, cement, and chemicals.
The annual cargo traffic at Mangalore Port is approximately 39 million metric tonnes.
Mangalore Port offers a range of services, including:
- Cargo handling for a variety of goods
- Cold storage facilities for perishable goods
- Warehousing facilities
- Pilotage services
- Tug services
- Bunkering services
- Ship repair and maintenance facilities
- Container handling services
Mangalore Port is well connected by road, rail, and air. The port is located about 12 km from the Mangalore railway station, which is connected to major cities such as Mumbai, Bangalore, and Chennai. The port is also accessible by road, with the National Highway 66 passing through Mangalore. The nearest airport to the port is Mangalore International Airport, which is located about 16 km away.