Essar Ports grows cargo handling by over 20 percent in Q3 FY2019-20 - Press release - Essar Ports
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  • Throughput at 14.02 MT as against 11.67 MT in corresponding quarter
  • Hazira terminal handled among its highest cargo volumes in quarter

Mumbai, 30 January 2020: Essar’s ports business, which operates four terminals on the east and west coasts of India, has registered a 20.09% growth in cargo volumes in the third quarter of the current financial year with a throughput of 14.02 million tonnes

            Q3 FY20 (in MT) Q3 FY19 (in MT) Growth
Overall cargo 14.02 11.67 20.09%

Speaking on the performance, Mr Rajiv Agarwal, MD & CEO, Essar Ports Ltd, said: “Significant boost in hinterland industry consumption has been the key growth driver. Largely the growth has been on account of our terminals in Salaya (west coast) and Vizag Port (east coast). Our continuous focus on increasing the capacity of handling through upgradation and mechanisation, and driving operational efficiencies, has helped in recording strong growth. We are committed to delivering world-class services and our focus is to ensure seamless continuity in services on a sustainable basis.”

In December 2019, the Hazira terminal handled one of the highest levels of cargo (more than 2 million tonnes) for AM/NS India, erstwhile Essar Steel. With modular expansions undertaken at Hazira terminal, it is equipped to handle increased volumes for its existing customers.

Key growth factors

  • Capacity expansion at our terminals and enhanced capacity utilis

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