The terminal has handled over 3,500 vessels since operations began, and currently hosts 54 vessels a month. In 2016, IGTPL handled 282 mainline vessels, and achieved a significant volume growth of 22.5 per cent. The terminal has been recognised for providing world-class services to customers with high productivity and operational excellence.

IGTPL has consistently maintained a gross crane rate (GCR) of 30+ moves per hour, and truck turnaround of 26 minutes.

These figures have been achieved by constantly investing in its IT systems and equipment with advanced technology.

Source: thehindubusinessline
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