According to the latest figures, the four Adani Group-controlled Mundra terminals together handled 438,453 TEUs last month, versus 431,334 TEUs during October.
The private harbour also includes a DP World concession, named Mundra International Container Terminal (MICT), which handled 90,781 TEUs in November, versus 92,908 TEUs in the prior month. That takes Mundra’s November combined throughput to 529,234 TEUs, up from 524,242 TEUs in October, according to CN data.
The volume trend-up, albeit modest, at Adani's flagship port is noteworthy, given the current demand pressure reports container-news.com
Container volumes across the Adani port network in India (APSEZ) also edged up last month. The group saw 693,624 TEUs, out of six box-handling locations, up 2.5% from October figures, CN data shows.
In addition to Mundra, APSEZ has container terminals at Kattupalli, Ennore, Krishnapatnam, Hazira and Gangavaram.