Indian private-sector producer JSW Steel's 18mn t/yr iron ore terminal at state-run Paradip port has raised tariffs on cargo handling, berth hire and storage charges for berth No.2 — its new iron ore berth (NIOB).
The new tariffs will raise charges by 6.46pc from 1 April 2022 to 31 March 2023, according to a circular from India's Tariff Authority for Major Ports.
Paradip on the east coast is one of India's busiest iron ore export ports, shipping iron ore fines and pellet from mines in the key-producing states of Odisha and Chhattisgarh.
NIOB can accommodate vessels with a maximum length of 300m, width of 48m and draft of 14.5m. (argusmedia.com)
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