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NSICT- Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal

NSICT is conveniently located on the west coast of India, close to Mumbai the
countrys commercial capital.
NSICT also links to a wide network of inland container depots in Pune, Nagpur,
Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Ludhiana and New Delhi through an exclusive railhead.
The terminal combines 600 m of quay line with a draught of 13.5m at berth and a
paved container yard area of 30 hectares. It has a capacity of 1.1 million TEUs and
is capable of handling fifth generation vessels.

2-berth container terminal on BOT basis for period of 30 years. The same was
fully operational from July 2000. The project comprises construction of 600
metres quay length; reclamation of 20 hectares of area for container yards
and requisite container handling equipment along with other related facilities.
The design capacity of this new 2-berth container Terminal was considered as
7.2 million tonnes per year. However, this capacity is further augmented and
currently assessed as 15.6 million tonnes per year.

Familiarly known to all as NSICT, India's first private container terminal was
set up in 1997 and was inherited by DP World as part of the P&O Ports
acquisition in 2006. Built at Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JN Port), India's largest
gateway to container trade
Berth Length
Depth Alongside
Capacity

600 meters, 2nos for big vessel


13 meters ( Amended on monthly basis )
1.5 million teus