JNPT Export Data

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Jnpt export data tells us about the different types of different types of goods that pass through its ports every year. Jnpt or Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust is situated in two parts on the coast on Mumbai.

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JNPT Export Data

  1. 1. Jnpt Export Data- Numbers give the true picture Jnpt export data tells us about the different types of different types of goods that pass through its ports every year. Jnpt or Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust is situated in two parts on the coast on Mumbai. One part of the port is just the south of Colaba i.e. Mumbai, Maharashtra while another part of the port is near the mainland part of Mumbai just west of Juna Sheva. JNPT which is one of the busiest port trusts in India because of its proximity to the financial capital of India i.e. Mumbai. Every year tonnes of material pass through these ports and the data of all of these exchanges is collated. The below list will show you some of the goods that are most commonly exchanged through JNP, Mumbai and the quantity of exchange. The below data is relevant for the 2012-2013 period for Jnpt export data. • Fabric & textile and related articles- 7830 tonnes • Apparel and processed fabrics and related articles- 27400 tonnes • Non threaded articles of stainless steel and related articles- 4700 tonnes • Electrical and electronic articles and related articles- 1100 tonnes • Nylon table cloths with hand mats- 199 tonnes • 100% cotton woven girls dresses- 868 tonnes • Fork pin and related articles- 1000 tonnes • Fragrance oil and related articles- 43488 tonnes • Verdyl Propanate and related articles- 400 tonnes • Nylon & cotton blended ladies night gown with dupatta- 480 tonnes • Polyester chips and semi dull chips and related articles- 60 tonnes • Ladies leather shoes and related articles- 75 tonnes

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