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1. BACKGROUND
1.1. Terms of Reference
2. INTRODUCTION
2.1. Indian Port Sector
2.2. Cargo Profile at Indian Ports
2.3. Stakeholders of the Port Sector
2.4. Ex-Im Procedures at the ports
3. DWELL TIME AND EFFICIENCY AT PORTS
3.1. Concept and Introduction
Figure 3.1: The distribution of cargoes handled by Indian Major Ports in 2005-06
3.2. Definition of Dwell Time
3.3. Port Efficiency Parameters
3.3.1 Pre-Berthing Detention
3.3.2 Non Working Time of Vessels At Berth
3.3.3 Turn Round Time (TRT)
3.3.4 Output Per Ship Berth Day
3.3.5 Efficiency Parameters – Inter-Dependency
Figure. 3.3.5: Turn Round Time Diagrammatic Representation
4. INTERNATIONAL AND INDIAN PORTS – A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
4.1 Standards at some International Ports
4.2 International Ports - Overview
4.2.1 e-Environment With ERP for Port Operations:
Figure. 4.2.1. (b) The document flow for import and export process
4.2.2. Port Infrastructure and Superstructures
4.2.3. Quantum of traffic
4.2.3.1 Cargo traffic:
4.2.3.2 Vessel Traffic:
4.2.8 Regulatory Practices:
4.3. A Comparative analysis of International Port viz-a-viz Indian Major Ports:
4.4. Business Process Flow At Indian Container Terminals:
4.5. Constraints in achieving the International norms
5.1 Analysis of Factors Attributable To Port
5.1.1. Infrastructure Constraints
5.1.1.1. Inadequate Port Capacity
5.1.1.2 Inadequate Navigational Aids And Facilities:
5.1.1.3 Bunching Of Vessels
5.1.1.4 Poor Road Network Within The Port
5.1.1.5 Low Cargo Handling Capabilities
5.1.2.1. Inadequate Cargo Handling Equipments / Machinery
5.1.2.2. High Down Time of Equipments
5.1.2.3. Low Labour Productivity
5.1.2.4. Shortage of Storage Space
5.1.2.5. Regulatory restrictions on Operation Time
5.1.3. Low IT Application
5.1.3.1. Insufficient IT implementation in Port Operations
5.1.3.2. Partial Implementation Of EDI
5.1.3.3. Too many Manual Documents:
5.1.3.4. Systems and Procedures:
5.1.3.5. Limited Time For Payment And Documentation:
5.2. Factors Attributable to Other Stakeholders
5.2.1. Cargo Evacuation / Aggregation Constraints
5.2.1.1. Non- Aggregation of Cargo in time
5.2.1.2. Slow evacuation of cargoes from the areas leased / licensed to Users
5.2.1.3. Document Readiness
5.2.1.4. Mismatch at transfer points
5.2.2. Statutory Inspection And Procedures
5.2.2.1 Procedural Formalities of Regulatory Authorities
5.2.2.2 Limited working hours by Customs and other Govt. Agencies
5.2.2.4 Restrictions by Local Bodies
5.2.3. Deployment Of Private Cargo Handling Equipments
5.2.3.1 Delay in mobilization of Equipments & trucks by Stevedores
5.2.4. Inadequate IT implementation
5.2.5. Shortage of Railway Wagons/Rakes/Heavy duty trucks
5.2.6. Manual Customs Examination of Containers
5.2.7. Poor / Inadequate Hard infrastructure (Road / Rail Network)
5.2.8. Other Factors
5.2.8.1. Onboard Stowage of Cargo
5.2.8.2. Draught Survey
5.2.8.3. Cargo unlashing and lashing
5.2.8.4. Delays in Confirmation of loading / unloading plan
5.2.8.5. Ballasting / Deballasting
5.2.8.6. Liquid bulk vessels delayed for want of Ullage, Flushing and Survey
6. INITIATIVES UNDERTAKEN BY THE DEPARTMENT OF SHIPPING
7. RECOMMENDATIONS
7.1. Short Term Measures - Port Account
7.1.2. 24 X 365 – Round the clock port working
7.1.4 Strengthen the roads to and within the Ports
7.1.5 Improve labour productivity
7.1.6. IT as a strategic weapon In the Port Sector
7.6.3. Ports & Terminals
7.6.4. Importer / Exporter
7.6.5. Transport Operators
7.6.6. Other Stakeholders:
APPENDIX – 1: CARGO TRAFFIC AT INDIAN PORTS
1.1. Break-up of cargo handled at Indian Major Ports for 2005-06
1.2. Traffic handled at Minor and Intermediate Ports during 2005-2006
APPENDIX – 2 :- STAKEHOLDERS AND THEIR ROLES
APPENDIX – 3: IMPORT – EXPORT PROCEDURES
3.1 Flow Chart For Import Bulk / Break Bulk
3.1.1 General Port Procedure for Import - Bulk / Break Bulk Cargo
3.2. Flow Chart for Import Flow of containers
3.2.1 General Port Procedure for Import - Container
3.3.1 General Procedure for Export - Bulk / Break Bulk Cargo
3.4. Flow Chart for Export Flow of containers
Figure 3.4: Flow Chart for Export FLOW OF CONTAINERS
3.4.1. General Procedure for Export – Containers
APPENDIX–4: PORT EFFICIENCY PARAMETERS
4.1. Pre-Berthing Time on Port a/c and Non-port a/c
4.2 AVERAGE NON-WORKING TIME (Port Account And Non-Port Account)
4.3. Turn Round Time at Indian Ports (Port account & Non-Port account)
4.4. The Average Output per Ship Berth Day (OSB)
4.5. TRT (over all) for the major ports are given below for the year 2005-06
4.6. Port Capacity:
APPENDIX – 6: DOCUMENTS INVOLVED
6.1 Documents involved in each stage of voyage:
6.2 Documentation - Import Cargo
6.3 Documentation - Export Cargo
APPENDIX 7: READY RECKONER
COMMUNITY SYSTEM
8.1 Introduction
8.1.1 Electronic Commerce (EC)/Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
8.1.2 Towards Integration- Port Community System
8.1.3 Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) in Indian Major Ports:
8.1.4 Status of EDI and Internal automation
8.1.5 Messages For Information Exchange In PCS
APPENDIX – 9: FLOW-THROUGH GATE SYSTEM:
10.1. Other Measures – Port Account
10.1.1. Augmenting capacity at ports
10.2. Other Measures – Non- Port Account
10.2.2. Create Exclusive Cargo Freight Corridor
10.2.3. Introduce Heavy Axle Trucks/Wagons
10.2.4. Introduce Unified Transmission Form
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