Mongla port
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Mongla port

Mongla Port is a seaport located in the Khulna Division in southwestern Bangladesh. It is the 2nd largest and 2nd busiest seaport in Bangladesh. It is located 44 kilometers south of Khulna city. The port was established on December 1, 1950. The original name of this port was Chalna Port. It was first established in Chalna, Khulna. The main office of Mongla Port is located at Khalishpur in Khulna metropolis. Besides the offices and residences of the senior officials of the board of directors, all the institutional locations are mostly located in Khulna metropolis. Located at the confluence of the Mongla rivers. It is located at the confluence of Pashur river and Mongla river in Bay of Bengal. At present it is the largest and busiest seaport in Bangladesh after Chittagong. The port is located very close to the Bay of Bengal. Due to the depth and navigability of the Pashur River, any vessel with large cargo can easily enter. It is an inland river port connected to the rest of the country by rail through the city of Khulna. Due to increasing pressure on the seaport Chittagong, many international shipping companies have chosen Mongla port as an alternative route. In addition, the governments of neighboring India, Nepal and Bhutan are using the port of Mongla for regional trade. It has also become a very lucrative seaport due to its geographical location including Khan Jahan Ali Airport and Rampal Power Station near Mongla, Divisional City Khulna, Bagerhat, Benapole, the largest land port in Bangladesh, land port Bhomra and several mega projects surrounding the port.

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