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Welcome to Krishnapatnam PortConsidering India’s growing maritime trade in the world market with unprecedented growth in bulk commodities and containerized trade, Krishnapatnam Port has been envisioned futuristically as a modern, deep water & high productivity port with the view to sustain the demands of growing international trade scenario.

One of India’s largest and fastest growing seaports, Krishnapatnam Port has emerged as a world-class port with outstanding services and facilities. It is fast becoming a port of choice for all international cargo originating from and destined to the Southern and Central India.

Krishnapatnam Port Company has won the mandate from the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh to develop the existing minor port into a modern, deep water & high productivity port, on BOST basis for 50 years. The port is being built in three phases and currently the second phase of development is underway. Port has numerous strengths like its area, location, weather and new generation world class port facilities; it will soon be poised to become one of the biggest ports in the world and the Largest port in India.
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Welcome to Krishnapatnam PortConsidering India’s growing maritime trade in the world market with unprecedented growth in bulk commodities and containerized trade, Krishnapatnam Port has been envisioned ...
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  News
Krishnapatnam Port - The Socially Responsible Port won the prestigious Corporate Social Responsibility Award at the Seatrade Maritime Awards 2014.
   
For imported plants & plant products through Krishnapatnam Port, import release orders are now being issued from PQ station Nellore itself. This is major advantage for the importers to clear their cargo at the earliest once the shipment reaches Krishnapatnam Port.
   
Liberian Vessel MV Mina Oldendorff, carrying a cargo of 1.89 lakh MT of coal, berthed at port.
   
Record 3.0 MMT of cargo handled in June surpassing 2.83 MMT in previous month.
   
In June, the port could achieve the best performance of handling 432 rakes in a single month.
   
47 cape size vessels called at the port in the financial year 2013-14 and in the first quarter of the current year 2014-15.
   
Krishnapatnam Port wins Non Major Port of the Year award at the 6th South East Cargo & Logistics Awards 2014.
   
Krishnapatnam Port's Fastest Single-day Coal Discharge Rate record appears in the Limca Book of Records 2014.