also called  Mongla Port,  formerly  Chalna Port 

      port city, southwestern Bangladesh. Formerly located at Chalna, about 11 miles (18 km) upstream on the Pusur River, the port is the main seaport for the country's western region. It lies about 62 miles (100 km) north of the Bay of Bengal (Bengal, Bay of) and is connected to the major inland river ports and to the rail terminal at Khulna. The port's chief exports include jute, leather, tobacco, frozen fish, and shrimp; major imports include grain, cement, fertilizer, coal, and wood pulp. Pop. (2001) 56,746.

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