Visakhapatnam Port

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Visakhapatnam Port, known as Vizag Port for short, is an ancient port located in east central India that began operating in 1933. In 2008-2009, the Vizag Port served 2,347 vessels carrying a total of 63.9 million tons of cargo. During the same years 7.9 million tons of coking coal and lam (low ash metalurgical) coke.[1]

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  1. "Port of Visakhapatnam" World Port Source, accessed October 6, 2011.

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