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Australian vessel delayed

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Ahmedabad , July 31

An Australian Panamax vessel, carrying more than 60,000 tonnes of wheat imported from Australia, will reach Mundra Port on August two, reports said on Monday.

A spokesman of the Adani Group, which owns the private port, told Business Line that the Australian vessel, MV Irene, was to reach Mundra Port on Monday. However, its arrival has been delayed by two days and the ship would now possibly anchor at Mundra on August 2. The vessel is carrying 62,419 tonnes of wheat imported by India. Two more wheat-carrying Australian vessels are expected to reach Mundra around August 10 and 28, according to the spokesman

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