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Bedi Port

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Bedi Port is a port on the west coast of India, located on the Gulf of Kutch near Jamnagar, Gujarat state.[1] Statistical summaries of traffic at Bedi port show coal to be the main import commodity.[2][3]

Coal is received from international ports including Samarinda, Indonesia[4] and supplied to domestic customers such as the nearby Sikka Thermal Power Station.[5]

The port has a capacity of six million tonnes per annum. It also imports fertilizer and palm oil, and exports petcoke, among other commodities.[6]

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Project Details

  • Operator: Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB)
  • Location: Jamnagar, Gujarat, India
  • Annual Capacity (Tonnes): 6 million
  • Status: Operating
  • Type: Imports
  • Coal source: Indonesia

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