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New Mangalore (INNML)

New Mangalore, Karnataka State, India

Port Code INNML Port Name New Mangalore
City New Mangalore Country/Region India
Port Type Feeder Port Category Port City
Latitude 12.92679 Longitude 74.806165
New Mangalore Port (Port Code:INNML) is a small water affairs, all-weather port at Panambur, Mangalore in Karnataka state in India, which is the deepest inner harbour on the west coast. It is the only major port of Karnataka and the seventh largest port in India. It is operated by New Mangalore Port Trust (NMPT). The name "New Mangalore Port" distinguishes it from an old harbour or port in Mangalore city which is called "Mangalore bunder" or "Old bunder". The old harbour is south of New Mangalore port and is now used for fishing and for ferrying small goods. The port is in Panambur, Mangalore on the west coast of India. It is north of the confluence of Gurupura (Phalguni) river to Arabian sea. It is 170 nautical miles (310 km) south of Mormugao Port and 191 nautical miles (354 km) north of Kochi Port.
The national highway NH-66 (earlier NH-17) passes the port. The nearest railway station is Thokur, but passengers have to alight at Surathkal railway station which is on Konkan railway route, approximately 6 kilometres from the New Mangalore port. The port serves hinterland of Karnataka state and to some extent state of Kerala. The major commodities exported through the port are iron ore concentrates and pellets, iron ore fines, manganese, granite stones, coffee, cashew and containerized cargo. The major imports of the port are crude and petroleum products, LPG, wood pulp, timber logs, finished fertilizers, liquid ammonia, sand, phosphoric acid, other liquid chemicals, and containerized cargo.

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