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Port Visit to Tughlakabad ICD

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Group IV

Ashish Bhasin Roll No 8 Ashish Dubey Roll No 9 Pratik Sharma Roll No 32 Imran Khan Roll No
17 Abhishek Verma Roll No 2

ABOUT THE PORT:


Inland Container Depot Tughlakabad is a common user facility with public authority equipped
with fixed installation and offering services for handling and temporary storage of import /
export laden and empty container carried under customs transit by any applicable mode of
transport placed under Customs control. All activities related to clearance of goods for home
consumption, warehousing, re-export for onward transit and outright export transshipment,
take place from such stations.
The port caters to the need of importers and exporters based in Northern India. It is spread
over 44 hectares of land. It has three storied Administrative block housing Offices of Customs,
CONCOR, Bank, Shipping Lines, CHAs and Surveyors. Four full length rail lines are available
in the Customs area which bring the containers by train from Gateway ports such as Mumbai,
Nhava Sheva, Chennai, besides bringing the containers by road from other ports such as
Haldia, Calcutta and Kandla, etc. ICD, TKD is equipped with most modern facilities such as rail
mounted gantry of 40 metric empty lifting capacity, rubber tyre diesel powered cranes, billoties
and lift trucks, etc. Two
covered sheds, one for import and another for export with a total area of 16,000 sq. mts. has
been provided in the Customs area for stuffing and de-stuffing of import and export goods.
With these facilities, ICD, TKD, New Delhi, has developed into the largest hub of multi-modal
transport in the Indian sub-continent.
After cadre restructuring on 15.10.2014 and trifurcation of erstwhile ICD Tughlakabad, this
location has two Commissionerate:1. ICD, Tughlakabad (Import)
2. ICD, Tughlakabad (Export)
The custodian for these two Commissionerates is Container Corporation of India (CONCOR).
As Inland Container Depot, ICD, Tughlakabad is a common user facility with public authority
equipped with fixed installation and offering services for handling and temporary storage of
import / export laden and empty container carried under customs transit by any applicable
mode of transport placed under Customs control.
All activities related to clearance of goods for home consumption, warehousing, re-export for
onward transit and outright export transshipment, take place from such stations.

IMPORT/EXPORT
All commodities being imported through ICD, include un-denatured ethyl alcohol, poly
resins, ethylene vinyl acetate copolymers, unwrought nickel, linear low density
polyethylene, accessories of the motor, plastics and articles, copper rods, copper wire.
On export side, major items being exported through ICD are leather garments and leather
products, readymade garments, machinery and agricultural products etc.
KEY F ACTS

ABOUT

ICD TKD

 Set up in 1993 by CONCOR- Biggest dry port


 Installed capacity 2,50,000 TEU. Handles more than 4,46,00 TEUs
 Gateway ports- JNPT, Kandla & Chennai
 10 container trains arrive every day- 3290 rakes in 2012-13
 Average daily handling of 1700 containers
 Integrated terminal
 Tughlakabad contributes around 19% to the total volume with 100% concentration
on Exim traffic.
 Top 5 terminals (Tughalakabad, Dadri, Ludhiana, Sabarmati and Dronagiri) also
dedicatedly contribute 43% to the core Exim business.

FACILITIES

AND

EQUIPMENT

AT

ICD TKD

4 full train-length rail lines can serve full loaded trains with 45 wagons ( the wagons
used here is high speed bogie container flat wagons)
6,000 square meters. covered warehouse space for imports which is sufficient to
accommodate cargo of 160 TEUs
110,000 square meters covered warehouse space for export cargo which is sufficient
to accommodate a cargo of 240 TEUs
1,500 square meters of especially reserved space for LCL consolidation.
Open space for stacking of 5,000 loaded containers
Open space for stacking 6,000 empty containers.
Six hectares parking area to accommodate 400 trailers
Fully computerised import and export documentation
Administrative building of 8,000 sq. mtrs. of built up area housing officers of
CONCOR, customs, bank, shipping lines, CHAs, surveyors, transporters, Business
Centre, etc.
Computerised weighbridge facility
Container repair facilities
Two rail mounted gantry cranes each of capacity of 40 tonnes service at the rail side
Three Rubber Tier diesel powered Gantry Cranes each with a capacity of 40 tonnes service
at the yard side
Eight loaded reach stackers (40 tonnes)
Six empty reach stackers (16 tonnes).
25 internal trucks

STORAGE

YARD OPERATION

In storage yard, the yard is divided into three parts. The first part is the main storage area
where shuttle trucks move containers from/to the rail side. The storage area has 5 blocks, and
each block contains 7 rows and 72 columns except the first and the last blocks which contain 4
rows and 72 columns, and 7 rows 70 columns respectively. TMGC serve the main storage
yard area as shown in Figure 3.. Technical information of TMGC are given in Appendix B.
Containers can be loaded unloaded reshuffled, and staked on the top each other up to 5 storey
high. There are some constraints which impose a sequence to be repeated in storing
containers (e.g. size, weight, port of distinction, series of distinctive characteristics such as
hazard class and the kind of goods transported).

VALUE CHAIN

INTRODUCTORY SESSION:
An introductory session was conducted by honourable IRS Commissioner Mr. Prashant Jha
and he patiently took us through the entire process of Customs EDI. He introduced us all to the
Customs New IT Infrastructure which appears as follows:
Aspect 1:

Next, we were educated on how the Custom Application process has been simplified to
great extend through digitization.

Aspect 2:

ICEGATE: e-filing and e-payments for trade, carriers and custodians; message exchange with
banks, DGFT, RBI, Ports etc, document status tracking and information dissemination.

ICES: Online appraisal and clearance of Bills of Entry, Shipping bills, handling of vessel
manifests, bank payments, DGFT licenses

RMS: System assesses risk in each bill of entry to facilitate trade and ensure that Customs
interventions are only focused on high-risk transactions

Aspect 3: Benefits of ICD TKD

Concentration point for long distance cargos and their unitization


Service as a transit facility
ICD TKD also offers fully computerised import and export documentation.

Close to the customs area are four railway lines on which CONCOR runs its daily train
services nearly 11 from ICD TKD to three primary ports, JNPT in Mumbai and
Mundra Port and Pipavav Port in Gujarat.
The depot also has an ambulance permanently stationed inside, in case of
emergencies.
Custom clearance facility available
Reduce level of demurrage and pilferage
No custom clearance required at gateway port
Issuance of through Bill of Lading by Shipping lines
Reduced level of empty container movement
Reduced Inventory cost

Aspect 4: Current Challenge

ICD Tughlakabad-JNPT corridor is currently facing severe capacity constraints with


wagon deployment touching 140 per cent and which may go as high as 180 per cent
in next few years. ICD Tughlakabad is the weak link in the container transportation
system in the country.
ICD TKD is clogged at all times. This leads to delays and thus, adversely impacts the
businesses.
No separate corridor for the movement of vehicles to and from the depot.
Trucks arent allowed to leave the premises during the day in order to avoid
disruption to city traffic

WHAT

WE SAW THERE

1. A rubber-tyred gantry crane in operation at ICD TKD. The depot has six rubbertyred
gantry cranes to help in loading/unloading

2. A reach stacker in operation at ICD TKD. The depot has 21 such stackers, which
ensure efficient utilisation of space

3. TKD BLC Wagon Depot & AMM Store

4. Rail mounted gantry crane at CONCOR

5. Container movement at ICD TKD Port

6. Storage yard in CONCORD

SOME MORE INFORMATION


After cadre restructuring on 15.10.2014 and trifurcation of erstwhile ICD Tughlakabad, this
location has two Commissionerate:1. ICD, Tughlakabad (Import)
2. ICD, Tughlakabad (Export)
The custodian for these two Commissionerates is Container Corporation of India (CONCOR).
As Inland Container Depot, ICD, Tughlakabad is a common user facility with public authority
equipped with fixed installation and offering services for handling and temporary storage of
import / export laden and empty container carried under customs transit by any applicable
mode of transport placed under Customs control.
All activities related to clearance of goods for home consumption, warehousing, re-export for
onward transit and outright export transshipment, take place from such stations.

Set up in 1993 by CONCOR- Biggest dry port

Installed capacity 2,50,000 TEU. Handles more than 4,46,00 TEUs

Gateway ports- JNPT, Kandla & Chennai

10 container trains arrive every day- 3290 rakes in 2012-13

Average daily handling of 1700 containers

Integrated terminal

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
Bhushan Kumar Bansal
Chief Commissioner
IMPORT COMMISSIONERATE
S.No.
Name of the Officer (Shri/Smt)
Designation
1 Devendra Mishra
Commissioner
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

G.M. Kamei
N.Gandhikumar
Deepak Kumar
Prashant Kumar Jha
C.P.S Teotia
Pema Singhi
Gayatri
S.Z. Shams
Praveen Jolly
Subodh Singh
Harish Chander
S.K. Chawla
Dr. Shaifali G. Singh

ADC
DC
DC
DC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
DC
AC
AC
DC

EXPORT COMMISSIONERATE
Name of the Officer (Shri/Smt)
Designation
Atul Dikshit
Commissioner
Rajiv Ranjan
JC
Ramesh Kumar
DC
Ravinder Prabhakar
AC
Prahlad Borborah
AC
Kulwender Singh
AC
M.L. Meena
AC
A.K. Mishra
AC
Pranjal Singh
DC
B. Bhattacharjee
DC

Phone No./ E-mail ID


26369370, 26368848, 26362264
(Fax)
26369587
26361693
26364189, 26364230
26364232
26361785
26369517

Phone No./ E-mail ID


26366658, 26368661 (Fax)
26368850, 26364142 (Fax)
26364705
26366885
26360844
26368846
26366902
26368851
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ICD TUGLAKABAD PORT VISIT -M ULTIMODAL LOGISTICS MODEL


Ever since globalization transformed the transport sector, national boundaries have become
permeable to penetration by trade, creating the need for flexible transport solutions.
intermodalism and containerization were the by-products of this era and were poised to
metamorphosize transport of "general cargo", moving it 'seamlessly' through sea and land
arteries. Forty years ago, the physical process of exporting or importing goods was arduous.
Goods needed to be transported by lorry to the port, unloaded into a warehouse and then
reloaded into the ship 'piece by piece'.
Malcolm McLean's idea of containerization changed the basics of cargo transport by
standardizing the dimensions of the container and simultaneously improving the productivity of
ports by mechanizing handling of container carrying 'cellular' ships and reducing their handling
to a few hours only. Unitization helped elimination of multiple handling of cargo and made
transfers quick, cheap and easy. As containerization came to stand for 'cargo care', it grew by
leaps and bounds the world over.
Indian Railway's strategic initiative to containerize cargo
transport put India on the multi-modal map for the first time
in 1966. Given the continental distances in India (almost
3000 km from North to South and East to West), rail
transport could be the cheaper option for all cargo over
medium and long distances, especially if the cost of intermodal transfers could be reduced. Containerized multimodal door-to door transport provided the ideal solution to
this problem. It was this idea that saw the Indian Railways
entering the market for moving door-to-door domestic cargo
in special DSO containers starting in 1966.
Though the first ISO marine container had been handled in India at Cochin as early as 1973, it
was in 1981 that the first ISO container was moved inland by the Indian Railways to India's first
Inland Container Depot (ICD) at Bangaluru, also managed by the Indian Railways. Expansion
of the network to 7 ICDs by 1988 saw increase in the handling of containers, and along the
way, a strong view had emerged that there was a need to set up a separate pro-active
organization for promoting and managing the growth of containerization in India.
Container Corporation of India Ltd. (CONCOR), was incorporated in
March 1988under the Companies Act, and commenced operation from
November 1989 taking over the existing network of 7 ICDs from the
Indian Railways.

From its humble beginning, it is now an undisputed market leader having the largest network of
61 ICDs/CFSs in India. In addition to providing inland transport by rail for containers, it has
also expanded to cover management of Ports, air cargo complexes and establishing coldchain. It has and will continue to play the role of promoting containerization of India by virtue of
its modern rail wagon fleet, customer friendly commercial practices and extensively used
Information Technology. The company developed multimodal logistics support for Indias
International and Domestic containerization and trade. Though rail is the main stay of our
transportation plan, road services and also provided to cater to the need of door-to-door
services,
whether in the International or Domestic business.

CONCOR is committed to providing responsive,


cost effective, efficient and reliable logistics
solution to its
customers. It strives to be the first choice for its
customers. CONCOR is a customer focused,
performance driven, result oriented organization,
focused on providing value for
money to its customers.

INLAND CONTAINER DEPOT (ICD) TUGLAKABAD


CONCOR has divided the entire network into different region in order to
provide efficient & cost effective service. ICD Tuglakabad is located in South Central Region.
This is CONCOR second largest ICD located at New Delhi with its own Railway Line. ICD
Tuglakabad is fully functional and caters to both EXIM (Export Import) & Domestic cargo.
ADDRESSCONTAINER CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMIED
ICD, Tughlakabad,
New Delhi 110020

ICD TUGLAKABAD PORT VISIT


GATHERING:

Pan India 126 locations

19 broad category of agencies

32000 Documents daily / 1.42 Cr annually

Night Filing 3500 doc daily

18 Banks Average daily e-Payment Rs. 600 Cr

Drawback disbursal Rs 18,000 Cr in 2012-13

Web portal

Trace and Track hits Daily12 Lacs

6.7 Lacs Importer/ Exporters

3000 other stakeholder users

F ACT & INFORMATION

ICD TUGLAKABAD PORT VISIT

ORGANIZATION

STATISTICS :

Revenue realized at ICD, TKD


(Figures in Crores)

Month

Net revenue 2010-11

Net revenue 2011-12

Apr

432.78

483.38

May

453.67

522.29

Jun

438.53

517.63

Jul

499.17

582.31

Aug

456.39

511.66

Sep

472.79

569.71

Oct

505.45

538.60

Nov

485.45

609.37

Dec

597.98

600.24

Jan

468.49

464.06

Feb

452.70

515.50

Mar
Total

809.54
6072.94

737.85
6652.60

Drawback Disbursment at ICD, TKD


(Figures in Crores)

Month

DBK Disbursed 2010-11

DBK Disbursed 2011-12

(Customs)

(Customs)

Apr

0.46

22.15

May

3.31

36.03

Jun

33.94

21.03

Jul

19.01

24.67

Aug

14.16

14.47

Sep

10.92

37.62

Oct

41.47

23.93

Nov

20.76

35.69

Dec

24.19

31.11

Jan

26.17

90.84

Feb

26.60

39.47

Mar
Total

2.44
223.33

16.31
393.32

Comparative Chart of Container (Import), ICD, TKD


Month

No. of containers arrived

No. of containers arrived (TEUs)

(TEUs) 2010-11

2011-12

Apr

20810

19319

May

22517

23083

Jun

21606

20982

Jul

24851

22433

Aug

22579

22054

Sep

22228

23527

Oct

23930

26012

Nov

23048

25169

Dec

17719

26110

Jan

24396

24786

Feb

22131

22037

Mar

20715

21023

Total

266530

276535

Comparative Chart of Container (EXport), ICD, TKD


Month

No. of containers Cleared

No. of containers Cleared

(TEUs) 2010-11

(TEUs) 2011-12

Apr

10827

10604

May

12952

10025

Jun

12249

12268

Jul

14616

9736

Aug

12038

10985

Sep

10375

10956

Oct

9099

8787

Nov

9265

8449

Dec

10265

10274

Jan

9792

9226

Feb

10234

9236

Mar
Total

10539
132251

11251
121797

ICD TUGLAKABAD PORT VISIT I NFRASTRUCTURE:

Total area 110 hectares;


Cost 172 crores.
Rail yard with four full length rail tracks (to be upgraded to 07 tracks
later).
Fully Automated and secured IT infrastructure
On terminal Maintenance facilities for wagons and equipment.
3,05,600 sq.mt of Concrete Block paving for rail handling and stacking of
containers.
60,000 Sq.m Bituminous paved area for parking of traitors and trucks. EXIM
warehouse of 9,000 sqm along with Bonding Facility Power supply through 33KV
line for uninterrupted & reliable service. In addition complete
power back up with 1000 KVA DG sets. 2000 Sq. m
New warehouse and 25,600 Sq.m new HMS yard. Full-fledged Customs
setup. ICD Tuglakabad has four Joint venture CFSs. With all major shipping
lines, Forwarders and CONCOR operative.
One more joint venture CFS to be commissioned within a year.
Fully operational CBS branch of Punjab National Bank for smooth
Functioning of trade.
Office space provided in the administrative building to Customs, Bank,
Trade Tax Deptt. and various business associates like shipping lines,CHAs,
Transporters, Surveyors etc.
Main facility for wagons and Equipments. Container repair facility provided in the
terminal.
Four Rubber Tyred Gantry Cranes
Five Reach Stackers for loaded containers
Two 3 Ton Fork Lifts

Internal Transportation -15 Trailers


Reefer Handling/Plugging Points/Power packs
- 190 Plugging Points
- 24 Power packs
38 BLC rakes to cater to the Export-Import movement and to provide
excellent connectivity to the gateway ports.
Daily four services to JNPT/NSICT/GTIL and bi-weekly services to Mundra
Port and weekly service to Pipavav Port.

ICD TUGLAKABAD PORT VISIT S ERVICES PROVIDED:

EDI- Electronic Data Interchange Facility for online business


Cargo consolidation and de-consolidation facilities.
Bonded cargo handling and its secured storage facilities.
Container handling and stacking.
Rail and road transportation of containers, Direct rail connectivity
provided with JNPT/NSCIT, Pipavav, Mundra and Vizag inform of regular
services for these ports.
Services also available for other ports on demand. Rail and Road
connectivity between TKD & DADRI also provided.
Specialized reefer container stacking facilities for stacking and handling
of reefer containers.
Container repair facility.
Electronic IWB printing for imports from JNPT/MDPT/PIPAVAV.
Round the clock gate and train handling operations.
Electronic PDA statement & Train Summary for Customers.
CCTC Camera facility is provided inside warehouse and at the Gates.

ICD TUGLAKABAD PORT VISIT R AILWAY CONNECTIVITY:

JNPT/NSCIT,
Pipavav,
Mundra Port,
Vizag,
Dadri,
Ludhiana.

ICD TUGLAKABAD PORT VISIT S CHEDULED SERVICES :

Daily for JNPT/NSCIT/GTIL


BI-Weekly train for Mundra Port
Weekly train for Pipavav

ICD TUGLAKABAD PORT VISIT M ILESTONES :

First reefer container railed out in April 2004.


First Full reefer train in August 2004 wtih 03 power packs, October 2007 with 02
power packs and November 2008 with 01 power pack.
ISO 9001:2000 certified Inland container Depot.- Date 27th March, 2007.
13% annual growth in the cumulative throughput in FY pril-March09.
A growth of 17% in the loaded Export & 22% in the loaded import during April08March 09 as compared to the corresponding period in previous financial year.
On 18-Nov, 2008 ICD-TKD has commissioned a state of the art Mobile power
generating set(powerpack), which is capable of supplying power to a full train of
refrigerated containers.
Electronic data Interchange Version 1.5(ICEGATE) facility for customers to file
their EXIM related documents online.
14 + million transactions recorded in Custom system last year
Proliferation of preferential trade agreements
Bilateral / Regional / Multi-Lateral
Raising demands from globally aligned trade and Industry
Intelligence driven Risk assessment as the basis for Custom clearance
New challenges for Enforcement
Enhanced Security threat and new avenues for commercial frauds