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Deendayal Port Authority, Kandla achieves landmark milestone with loading of First Indigenous Freight Wagons

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GANDHIDHAM : Deendayal Port Authority, Kandla is proud to announce a significant achievement in the Indian logistics and maritime sectors. The vessel MV OLIVIA berthed at Cargo Jetty No. 15 at DPA Kandla, marking the first-ever loading of indigenous “Made in India” freight wagons. This milestone underscores the port’s advanced infrastructure and operational excellence.

The vessel MV OLIVIA, arrived to load 24 packages of Gondola type wagons, with a gross weight of 454.104 metric tons. This consignment, exported by M/s. Jindal Rail Infrastructure Limited from Karjan, Vadodara, Gujarat is destined to sail for Port of Nacala Mozambique.

Key Details:
• Vessel Name: MV OLIVIA
• Berth: Cargo Jetty No. 15, Deendayal Port Authority, Kandla
• Cargo: Indigenous “Made in India” Gondola type freight wagons
• Gross Weight: 454.104 metric tons
• Total Packages: 24 Nos.
• Exporter: Jindal Rail Infrastructure Limited, NH-8, Karjan, Vadodara, Gujarat
• Consignee: Vulcan Mozambique S.A., Maputo, Mozambique
• Destination Port: Port of Nacala, Mozambique
• Agent: Seatech Shipping
• Clearing Agent: A D Mehta Clearing Agency

This groundbreaking consignment represents a major step forward in India’s export capabilities, highlighting the country’s growing prowess in manufacturing and logistics. The efficient handling and loading operations at Deendayal Port Authority reflect its commitment to facilitating international trade and supporting the “Make in India” initiative.

On this achievement, Deendayal Port conveys a special thanks to all the Board Members, Stakeholders, Trade Unions, Port users, employees for their whole hearted support and cooperation.

This achievement not only enhances the operational capabilities of Deendayal Port Authority but also paves the way for future innovations in logistics.

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