Haldia Port

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The Haldia Port is a major seaport and industrial city in West Bengal, India. The port lies near the mouth of one of the tributaries of the Ganges River, known as the Hugli River. In 2001, over 170 thousand people lived in town of the Port of Haldia.

Haldia Port contains 15 berths. The coal berths include four berths for coking coal and one berth for coal.

The Port of Haldia imports coking coal, petroleum and metallurgical coke, soda ash, iron and steel, limestone, machinery, scrap, vegetables, and general cargoes.[1]

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  1. "Port of Haldia" World Port Source, accessed October 17, 2011.

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