The Kolkata Port Trust in their Notice No.MRN/HMR/99/10 dated 3 June 2014 have informed that the inward & outward draft for Kolkata Port for June 2014 from 11 June 2014 to 20 June 2014 is increased by 0.1 metre.
Kolkata Port Trust
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