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JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

PORT TRUST
Industrial Visit

Ayush Awasthi
Biyash Chakraborty
Garima Rajput
Gaurav Walia
Harsh Anand
Jashon Yamnam
Kanu Priya Singh
Kritika Jindal
Kunal Surve Kumesh
Manan Seth
Manas Ranjan Tripathy
Mohit Khanna
Mohit Thakkar

Contents
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................ 2
Highlights ................................................................................................................................................ 2
History and vision .................................................................................................................................... 3
Terminals ................................................................................................................................................ 3
Jawaharlal Nehru Port Container Terminal (JNPCT).................................................................................. 4
Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal Pvt. Ltd. .......................................................................... 4
Gateway Terminals India (GTI) ................................................................................................................. 5
BPCL ........................................................................................................................................................ 5
Container Freight Stations (CFSs) ............................................................................................................. 6
Connected Inland Depots (ICD) ................................................................................................................ 7
Port Details ............................................................................................................................................. 8
Container Terminal Facilities ................................................................................................................... 9
Operating Performance Profile .............................................................................................................. 10
Bulk Traffic ............................................................................................................................................ 10
Vessels Handled .................................................................................................................................... 11
Rail Traffic ............................................................................................................................................. 11
Port Performance .................................................................................................................................. 12
Port Performance .................................................................................................................................. 13
Procedure for Docking ........................................................................................................................... 13
Container Charges ................................................................................................................................. 14
Vessel Related Charges .......................................................................................................................... 14
Port Forms ............................................................................................................................................ 15
Shortcomings seen during Visit.............................................................................................................. 16
Suggestions ........................................................................................................................................... 16
Takeaways from the Visit....................................................................................................................... 17

Introduction
Jawaharlal Nehru Port is the number one seaport of India in terms of container handling and is situated
on the Western Coast of India, well connected by rail and road. Excellent facilities are available for
handling container and other cargo in three container terminals with shallow draught berths, one liquid
terminal, (JNPCT, NSICT, ATICT, SDB and BPCL), 23 container freight stations in operation, 30 inland
container depots well connected with the port, a full-fledged custom house that operates 24x7, leading
banks, shipping lines /agents, CHAs, trading houses and other authorities also function at JNPT. Other
infrastructure such as an airport, hotels and recreation centers are also available in the vicinity. The
Current Chairman is Shri Neeraj Bansal and there are Chief Managers for Administration, Engineering,
Planning and Development and Traffic.
Vision:
To become the premier container port of south Asia with international standards providing efficient and
cost effective integrated logistics solutions.
Mission:
The port is committed to meeting the needs and expectations of its customers and the nation by :
Equipping itself with state-of-the-art equipment and technology and efficient, professional and
computer integrated terminal operation systems. Conforming to international standards and offering
competitive rates. Ensuring security and safety of life, equipment and cargo. Pursuing the principles of
sustainable development. Constantly upgrading the competence, awareness, skills and motivation of the
port personnel to bring about continual improvement in the physical efficiency parameters.

Highlights

Commissioned on 26th May 1989.

Located at 18 degrees 56' 43" (latitude) & 72 degrees 56'24' E (longitude)

Land Area : 2584 Hectares

Handles containers, liquid bulk & cement ships.

Largest ship capacity 9000 TEU

Has three dedicated container terminals namely Jawaharlal Nehru Port Container Terminal,
Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal & Gateway Terminals India Pvt. Ltd.

ISO 9001:2000, 14001 2004 & OHSAS 18001 2007 certified and ISPS compliant

Ranked 24th among top 100 container ports in the world.

Handles about 60% of total containers handled by all Major Ports in India

Connected with 24 CFSs and 34 ICDs destinations

Handled 57.29 million tonnes of cargo in 2008-09 including 3.96 TEU's containers

AIM to handle 10 million TEUs of containers by the year 2015-16

History and vision

Ever since its inception on May 26, 1989, JNP has charted India's international trade to a
glorious course of success and achievements, breaking all records and creating new
benchmarks, JNP is the biggest container handling Port in India, handling around 60% of the
country's containerized cargo, crossing throughput. In its coveted role as the Hub Port on the
Western Coast of India, JNP is ranked 24th among the top 100 Container Ports in the World.

Fueled by a passion to excel, JNP has anchored its presence with pride, to offer a wonderful Port
User experience.

Having set for itself a long term goal of achieving 10 million TEU's by the year 2014-15, JNP
throws open an array of worthwhile opportunities for Shipping Lines and Shippers to ferry their
cargo to various sectors across the globe.

Supported by top of the order, world class infrastructure with impeccable technological
standards, facilities at JNP comprise a full-fledged Customs House, above 23 Container Freight
Stations and a large number of ICD's across the country. Excellent connectivity both by rail and
road as well as proximity to Airports, Hotels etc., give the Port an extra edge to address the
shippers needs, efficiently and promptly.

With its strong commitment to provide seamless service to its customers as India's prime
facilitator of international trade, JNP strives to be the undisputed leader in the South Asian
region in years to come.

Terminals
There are three container terminals in JNPT:

Jawaharlal Nehru Port Container Terminal


Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal Pvt. Ltd.
Gateway Terminals India

Jawaharlal Nehru Port Container Terminal (JNPCT)

Three berths (Linear quay length of 680 Metres) Can handle third generation
container vessels.

Rail mounted quay cranes - (RMQCs): Post Panamax - 3 Nos. Super Post Panamax - 6 Nos

Rubber tyred gantry cranes - (RTGCs): 18 numbers

Rail mounted gantry cranes - (RMGCs): 5 numbers.

Main Container yard: 35 hectares (36,000 TEUs capacity) Additional paved area: 1,80,000 square
metres.

Reach stackers: 10 numbers. Tractor Trailers: 130 numbers. Fork lifts: 3 numbers. Reefer slots:
320 numbers (with power backup facility).

Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal Pvt. Ltd.

JN Port entered into a license agreement in July 1997 with M/s. Nhava Sheva International
Container Terminal (NSICT) a consortium led by M/s. P & O Ports, Australia, for construction,
operation and management of a new 2-berth container terminal on BOT basis for period of 30
years. The design capacity of this new 2-berth container Terminal was considered as 7.2 million
tonnes per year. This capacity was further augmented and currently assessed as 15.6 million
tonnes per year.

Number of ground slots: 6222, of which 620 are at ICD.

600 Metres linear quay length

Rail mounted quay cranes - (RMQC) Post Panamax 6; Super Post Panamax 2

Rubber tyred gantry cranes - (RTGC): 29

Rail mounted gantry cranes - (RMGC): 3

Reefer points: 672

Backup Area - 26 Hectares (Container Yard)

Railway Sliding for ICD - Two Tracks

Tractor Trailers - 34 (owned) and about 100 hired

Reach stackers - 3

Empty Handlers - 2

Gateway Terminals India (GTI)


Gateway Terminals India (GTI) is a joint venture between APM Terminals and the Container Corporation
of India Ltd (CONCOR). Incorporated in July 2004, GTI operates the third container terminal at
Jawaharlal Nehru Port on a build, operate and transfer (BOT) basis for a period of 30 years. It
commenced partial operations in March 2006 and became fully operational from October 2006.

There is one Liquid Cargo Jetty:

BPCL
A license on BOT basis was awarded to M/s. Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited and M/s. Indian Oil
Corporation Limited in August 1999 for construction of a twin-berth liquid cargo jetty. The twin-berth
liquid cargo jetty is functional from March 2002.

A twin berth liquid cargo jetty developed by M/S Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited and IOC
Limited on BOT basis for handling liquid cargo including POL products
A 300 mtrs long and 40.5 mtrs. wide Jetty.
Having capacity to accommodate two vessels: of 85,000 DWT in seaside berth & 30,000DWT on
shore side berth.
The dredged draught on seaside is 13.5mtrs. and 12 mtrs. on shore side.
Three docklines are provided for White and Black Oils.
Estimates to handle 4.0 million tonnes of cargo in the next 5 years.
Capacity of 5.5 million tonnes per annum.
Jetty is provided with six 12' marine loading and unloading arms ( 3 on seaside and 3 on shore
side), firefighting system as per OISD 156 norms and state-of-art environmental protection
measures.

Container Freight Stations (CFSs)

Connected Inland Depots (ICD)


Road Connectivity: Phase - I
Widening of National Highway from 2 lanes to 4 lanes.
Widening of State highway & Amra Marg: from 2 lane 4 lane.
Total cost: Rs.3570 millions.
Undertaken by SPV between JNPT, CIDCO & NHAI.
JNP's Contribution: Rs.1000 millions.
Work of widening of National Highway has been completed whereas the work of widening of
State highway & Amra Marg: from 2 lanes 4 lanes has been completed.

Rail Connectivity: Phase I


Doubling of existing Rail track from Port to Panvel is completed by Railways with estimated cost of
Rs.600 millions.

Port Details
PORT LOCATION:
Latitude: 18 56'43" North and Longitude - 72 56'24" East along the eastern shore of Mumbai
harbor off Elephanta Island.
Mean sea level is 2.51 m above Chart Datum
Mean Spring Tidal Range in the harbor is 3.7 m
Port handles vessels having draught up to 12.5 m

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CHANNEL:
Common Harbor channel for JNPT and Mumbai Port, up to No. 4 berth of Jawahar Deep
Terminal.
Designed Channel depth is 13.1 meter in JNP channel & 14.2 meter in outer harbour channel
(Below Chart Datum)
Channel width 370 meters at straight reach, 460 meters at the berths.
Depth at berth : 16.5 meters (Below Chart Datum)
Anchorage berth of 600 meters diameter
2000 meter of quay length for Container Berth.
445 meters of quay length of Feeder Container / Cement / Project Cargo Ships.
Twin Berth Liquid Cargo Jetty.

Container Terminal Facilities

Operating Performance Profile

Bulk Traffic

Vessels Handled

Rail Traffic
JNPT (Total):

JNPCT:

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NSICT:

GTICT:

Port Performance

Port Performance

Procedure for Docking

Ship reaches 20km out of port and calls JNPT control room

Pilot boat is sent by control room to guide ship upto 400m

Tug boat is sent to push to the dock where loading and unloading are done

Container Charges

Vessel Related Charges

Port Forms
The following are the documents followed in JNPT (Container Terminal
Document Description: Vessel Information Advise (VIA)
Form 1-9

Document Description: Advance List of Containers


Form 9
Document Description: Advance Container Train Arrival Advise
Form 10
Document Description: Rail Yard Inbound Way Bill (adv. list of ctrs)
Form 11
Document Description: Rail Yard Train Profile
Form 12
Document Description: Container deliver/receipt at GATE
Form 13
Document Description: Ocean Bill of Lading
Form 14
Document Description: Booking Contract for Export Cargo
Form 15

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Document Description: Shipping Note for Export Cargo at CFS
Form 16
Document Description: Cargo Carted In(CCIN) documents in Export cargo
Form 17
Document Description: Delivery order for Import cargo at CFS
Form 18
Document Description: Cargo Carted Out (CCOUT) documents for Import cargo
Form 19*
Classification for Dangerous/Hazardous Goods *
Application for registration as a supplier:
Suppliers who want to download the Vender Registration Form from website should submit DD of Rs.
1000/- as Vendor Registration fees and DD of Rs.50/- as Registration form fees in favour of JNPT.

Shortcomings seen during Visit


Large area is not being utilized (800 hectare is unused)
Road to port gets jammed up and creates a backlog of cargo
Draft is not adequate to accommodate the largest ships (12.5m)
Lack of transshipment Facilities

Suggestions

Use unutilized area of port to create additional storage space

Create additional container terminals

Increase draft depth to increase transshipment and lower costs using economies of scale

Create additional terminal for domestic goods

Increased rail and road connectivity

Create logistics park in vicinity of JNPT

Takeaways from the Visit

During the industrial visit to JNPT, we were able to see how an actual international port works

The facilities available at the port and how they function were seen in detail

We were able to interact with an port official who described the port workings in detail

We are thankful to the college for such an opportunity