INDIA
‡ CAPITAL CITY IS NEWDELHI ‡ INDIA HAS A TOTAL POPULATION OF 1,147,995,898 ‡ MAJOR LANGUAGES ARE HINDI,TAMIL,TELUGU,URDU,KANNADAM ETC.. ‡ CURRENCY:1RUPEE= 100 PAISE ‡ MAJOR RESOURCES ARE COAL,IRON ORE,MICA,BAUXITE,CHROMITE,NATURAL GAS ETC

MAJOR PORTS
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ THERE ARE 13 MAJOR PORTS IN INDIA KANDLA MUMBAI JNPT MORMUGAO MANGALORE KOCHI

CONTINUESu ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ KOLKATA PARADIP VIZAG CHENNAI ENNORE TUTICORIN PORT BLAIR .

WESTERN COAST ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ KANDLA (GUJARAT) MUMBAI (MAHARASTRA) JNPT (MAHARASTRA) MORMUGAO (GOA) MANGALORE (KARNATAKA) COCHIN (KERALA) .

EASTERN COAST ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ HALDIA.KOLKATA (WEST BENGAL) PARADIP (ORRISA) VIZAG (ANDHRA PRADESH) CHENNAI (TAMIL NADU) ENNORE (TAMIL NADU) TUTICORIN (TAMIL NADU) .

INDIAN PORTS .

90KM FROM GULF OF KUTCH ‡ FOR THE THIRD YEAR RUNNING KANDLA PORT HAS BEEN EMERGED AS THE TOP PORT OF THE COUNTRY ‡ THEY HANDLED 79 MILLION TONNES OF CARGO DURING 2009-10 .KANDLA PORT TRUST ‡ IT IS SITUATED AT 23 01' N LATTITUDE & 070 13' E LONGTITUDE ‡ LOCATED ON THE NW COAST. IN THE KANDLA CREEK.

‡ Type of this port is a seawater port & size of the port is large ‡ The Port of Kandla has capacity to handle 24 thousand metric tons of dry cargo per day ‡ The Port of Kandla offers 12 dry cargo berths with a total quay length of 2532 meters ‡ The Port of Kandla's Chemical and Liquid Handling Complex has total storage capacity for 21.9 Lakh kiloliters .

105 tonnes of Crude Oil was brought in at the First Single Buoy Mooring (SBM) 1955 The second oil jetty was commissioned 1931 Maharao Khengarji III of Kutch built an RCC jetty where ships with draft of 8.217 TEUs being handled in the first year 2006 1999 The eighth cargo jetty started operations and the port crossed the 40 million mark 1981 1983 The four newly constructed cargo jetties started operations 1978 The port sailed past the 10 million tonne milestone Kandla was declared as a major port by the then Transport Minister. the late Lal Bahadur Shastri 1957 1975 The Offshore Oil Terminal was commissioned at Vadinar when the giant tanker Netaji Subhashchandra Bose carrying 86.HISTORY OF THE PORT COMMISSIONING OF CONTAINER TERMINAL 2007 12th cargo berth and Essar Oil Marine facilities commissioned Container handling operations commenced with 1.8 meters could berth round the year 10 .

‡ The Port of Kandla has the largest capacity in India for storing liquid cargoes. and it is served by a modern pipeline network ‡ The storage facility for liquefied petroleum gas has capacity for 30 thousand cubic meters ‡ The Port of Kandla was declared a major port in 1955 ‡ UN/LOCODE:INIXY .

chemicals. and grain. textiles.IMPORT & EXPORT ‡ Today. . but it also handles salt. and iron and steel machinery. the Port of Kandla is India's hub for exporting grains and importing oil ‡ This self-sufficient port is one of the highestearning ports in the country ‡ Major imports entering the Port of Kandla are petroleum.

OVERVIEW OF KANDLA .

LOCATION .

8 m.4 m ‡ UN/LOCODE:INBOM .‡ Situated in 18 54' N lattitude & 072 49' E longtitude ‡ It was established in the year 1873 ‡ The Port of Mumbai (formerly Bombay) is a deep natural harbor ‡ Draft 11. ‡ Containers: Draft 9.

the Port of Mumbai handled a total of over 57 million tons of cargo. with many spinning and weaving mills located there ‡ The Port of Mumbai is also the gateway for more than half of India's sea-going passengers and an important cargo-handling seaport ‡ In the 2007-2008 shipping year.4 million tons of imports and 24. including 32.‡ The Port of Mumbai was the biggest cotton market in India.7 million tons of exports .

and sulfur.7 million tons). POL products (3.3 thousand tons were in 71.4 million tons).2 million tons). miscellaneous cargoes (4.7 thousand TEUs . edible oils.8 million tons). containers.IMPORTS & EXPORTS ‡ Imported cargoes through the Port of Mumbai were dominated by crude oil (12. fertilizers. rock phosphate. stream cargo (6. and iron and steel (2. Containerized imports of 627.4 million tons). Other imports included bulk chemicals.

Other exports included molasses. iron and steel (1.‡ Port of Mumbai export cargoes were dominated by crude oil (13.2 million tons).8 thousand TEUs .4 thousand tons were in 45. POL products (7. and food grains. oil cakes. containers (886 thousand tons). and bulk chemicals (102 thousand tons).3 million tons). sugar (587 thousand tons). Containerized exports of 763.7 million tons). edible oil. miscellaneous cargoes (647 thousand tons).

VIEW OF MUMBAI PORT .

LAYOUT .

‡ Abbrevated as jawaharlal nehru port trust ‡ The sea port is named after our first prime minister of our country ‡ Situated in navi mumbai & is controlled by central govt. ‡ The port handles 60% of the containerized cargo in india ‡ One among the top 30 ports in the world ‡ UN/LOCODE:INNSA ..

5 meters.‡ JNPT is the second youngest port after Ennore. a liquid handling terminal and a shallow water berth which can handle break-bulk and container traffic both.5 metres. ‡ . Port cargo handling facilities include container terminals. ‡ Current designed channel depth of JNPT is 11 meters and depth at berths is 13. It is located at the eastern end of Mumbai in the Nhava Sheva area and situated at latitude 18º 56 43 N and longitude 72º56 24 E. JNPT can take in vessels having laden draft up to 12.The width of the channel is 400 metres at entry point and 460 metres off the berths.

OVERVIEW OF JNPT

PORT LAYOUT

‡ Spread over a land area of 2,584 hectares ‡ Served by 16 Container Freight Stations and over 23 Inland Container Depots ‡ Well connected by National Rail/Road network ‡ Recipient of Indira Priyadarshini Vrikshamitra Award 1996 for the Greenest Port in India ‡ The port which handles the most no of containers

and vegetable oils. plastics. knitted t-shirts. carpets.IMPORTS & EXPORTS OF JNPT ‡ The Port of Nhava Sheva handles a wide range of exports that include textilerelated products like embroidery machines. machinery. aluminum and other nonferrous metals. and sporting goods. ‡ The Port of Nhava Sheva imports chemicals. cotton shirts. .

LOCATION JNPT .

1963 ‡ UN/LOCODE: INMRM . GOA one of the oldest ports on the west coast of India. with a fine natural harbour ‡ It has been relentlessly serving the nation in its economic development for over a century ‡ The Port was declared a Major Port on 2.28 ‡ MORMUGAO PORT.12.

‡ Nation s premier gateway on the western coast for bulk cargo ‡ Caters to about 40% of the iron ore handled through the country ‡ Existing approach channel of -14.40 m . To be further deepened to -15.40 m.

OVERVIEW OF MORMUGAO .

PORT LOCATION .

8 million tons of POL Crude. and . cement. Other imports included limestone. liquefied petroleum gas (1.6 million tons of cargo Imports were dominated by 12. and fertilizer (830 thousand tons).4 million tons). Other imports included coal (1.IMPORTS ‡ The Port of Mormugao imported over 19.7 million tons). timber.

8 per cent to 46 million tonnes in the current financial year.EXPORTS ‡ Iron ore exports from Mormugao Port in Goa may rise 10.81 million tones of iron ore traffic . from 41.5 million tonnes a year earlier on increased shipments ‡ MORMUGAO PORT is the premier iron ore exporting Port of India with an annual throughput of around 33.

allweather port at Panambur.MANGALORE PORT TRUST ‡ It is the port that operates the deep-water. Karnataka called the new Mangalore port ‡ It is the ninth largest port in the country ‡ Was inaugurated in the year 1974 by our former prime minister indira gandhi ‡ 12 57' N lat & 074 48' E longtitude ‡ UN/LOCODE: INIXE .

CONTINUESu ‡ There is an old harbour or port located in Mangalore city which is called by Mangalore bunder or Hale bunder. LOA 275 m. ‡ Tankers: 120.w..t. which is now being used for fishing and for ferrying small goods.000 d. LPG and break bulk cargoes ‡ Bulk: 90.0 m .000 d.w.. bulk.. draft 14. LOA 225 m. general.0 m. liquid. draft 14.t. ‡ The port handles cruise vessels..

IMPORTS ‡ The major imports of the port are crude and petroleum products. finished fertilizers. phosphoric acid. liquid ammonia. containerized cargo. timber logs. etc. other liquid chemicals. LPG. wood pulp. .

coffee. cashew and containerized cargo . g ranite stones.EXPORTS ‡ The major commodities exported through the port are Iron Ore concentrates & pellets. manganese. Iron Ore fines.

LOCATION & VIEW .

PORT LAYOUT .

‡ The port is currently building India's first International Container Transshipment Terminal on Build-Operate-Transfer basis with Dubai Ports World. in the island of Vallarpadam .COCHIN PORT TRUST ‡ Situated in 09 58' N latitude & 076 15' E longtitude ‡ The modern port was established in 1926 and completed 86 years of active service. ‡ UN/LOCODE: INCOK . north of Willingdon Island.

Tamilnadu and Karnataka. . waterways and airways. roads. ‡ There is an efficient network of railways. In the Mattancherry channel a draft of 30 ft. which enables the Port to bring in larger vessels to the Port.‡ It has 9 berths in ernakulam wharf & 4 berths in mattenchery ‡ A draft of 38 ft is maintained in the Ernakulam channel along with berthing facilities. connecting the Port with the hinterland centers spread over the State of Kerala.

bulk and Ro-Ro ‡ The port is developing India s first Port Based Special Economic Zone.‡ Facilities for supply of water and bunkering to vessels are also available ‡ The maritime gateway to peninsular India ‡ The port is a natural all weather multipurpose port handling general cargo. oil. . containers.

PORT LAYOUT .

OVERVIEW OF THE PORT .

IMPORTS & EXPORTS .

w. .HALDIA (KOLKATA) ‡ Situated in 22 02' N latitude & 088 06' E longtitude ‡ Haldia is being developed as a major trade port for Calcutta(Kolkata)..000 d.t. LOA 250 m.2 m. draft 12.. intended mainly for bulk cargoes ‡ This is a sea port & the size of the port is medium ‡ Tankers: 150.

‡ The Port of Haldia is the fourth biggest port in India ‡ The Port of Haldia has led to the establishment of public sector companies like the Indian Oil Corporation Refinery Unit and major private sector companies like TATA Chemicals ‡ UNLOCODE:INHAL .

and general cargoes. paper and newsprint. vegetables. petroleum and metallurgical coke. soda ash. scrap.IMPORTS ‡ The Port of Haldia imports fertilizers. iron and steel. . limestone. food grain. sugar. machinery. coking coal.

iron and steel. jute and jute products. metal and metal products.EXPORTS ‡ The Port of Haldia exports food grains. thermal coal. pig iron. mica. machinery. calcinated petroleum coke. and other general cargoes . tea.

LAYOUT .

PARADIP PORT TRUST ‡ Situated in 20 16' N latitude & 086 41' E longtitude ‡ Government of India declared Paradip as the Eighth Major Port of India ‡ on 18th April 1966 making it the FIRST MAJOR PORT in the East Coast after independence ‡ The Port operations are carried out round the clock 365 days .

‡ Equipped with state of the art equipments and technology. draft at all the berths maintained round the year.w.000 d.t. approach channel of 2020mtrs long and 190mtrs wide . ‡ It can handle a vessel of 65. LOA 230 m. draft 12.‡ 13mtrs.5 m ‡ A turning Circle of 520mtrs diameter and entrance channel of 500mtrs long and 160mtrs wide...

‡ The Port mainly deals with bulk cargo apart from other clean cargoes ‡ The man-made harbor of the Port of Paradip is a lagoon-type harbor with a dredged channel approach ‡ UN/LOCODE: INPRT .

VIEW OF PARADIP .

IMPORTS & EXPORTS .

..5 m.0 m. beam 42. . draft 14.VIZAG ‡ Located in 17 41' N latitude 083 18' E longtitude ‡ The port was declared as a major port in the year 1964 ‡ UN/LOCODE: INVTZ ‡ The port is a sea type & its size is large ‡ LOA 280 m.

LAM & Pet Coke  EXPORT ‡ CP Coke.IMPORTS & EXPORTS  IMPORT ‡ Cooking Coal. Fertilizer. Thermal Coal . Steam Coal.Alumina. POL . Steel Products .

PORT LAYOUT .

t ‡ The port is having railway lines running up to 68 kms . ‡ The 3rd major port among the 13 major ports ‡ Draft permissible at Chennai port is 12m to 16.000 d.w.CHENNAI PORT TRUST ‡ Located in 13 06 N latitude & 080 18' E longtitude ‡ It is called the "Gateway to South India.5m & handles 160.

the Port of Chennai was important to travelers before it became an important commercial and container port .‡ This is the 2nd largest after the Mumbai port ‡ The Chennai Port Trust is the port authority for the Port of Chennai. which is the second busiest port in India. ‡ Over 125 years old.

‡ The artificial port contains 26 berths that handle containers as well as liquid and dry bulk and break bulk cargoes ‡ It has three major docks namely The Jawahar Dock . Ambedkar Dock ‡ UN/LOCODE: INMAA ‡ Port Type: Seaport ‡ Port Size: Large . Bharathi Dock.

leather. machinery. and iron and steel . raw cotton. and cotton textiles.IMPORTS & EXPORTS ‡ The major exports leaving the Port of Chennai are iron ore. ‡ The major imports entering the Port of Chennai are wheat.

in the State of Tamil Nadu.ENNORE ‡ Latitude: 13° 15' 48" NLongitude: 80° 20' 28" E ‡ Ennore port is situated on the coromandal coast about 24km north of Chennai Port along the coast line. ‡ It is the 12th Major Port in India and the first Corporatized Major Port in India .

1908 in March 1999 and incorporated as a Ennore Port Limited under the Companies Act.‡ The Port was declared as a Major Port under the Indian Ports Act. 1956 in October 1999 ‡ The permissible draught is 13.5m ‡ UN/LOCODE: INENR ‡ Port Type: Seaport ‡ Port Size: Small .

which is import for TNEB (Tamil Nadu Electricity Board).‡ The main cargo handled at the Port of Ennore is thermal coal. Other present cargoes handled are iron ore and liquid bulk cargo .

IMPORTS & EXPORTS .

1974. ‡ On July 11. agricultural activities. also known as Pearl City ‡ The Port of Tuticorin s economy depends on shipping. and fishing . salt pans.Tuticorin Port was declared as the 10th major port ‡ The Port of Tuticorin.TUTICORIN ‡ Tuticorin Port is located on the South Eastern coast of India at latitude 8o 45'N & longitude 78 13'E.

UN/LOCODE: INTUT Port Type: Seaport Port Size: Medium It also contains the third biggest container terminal in India ‡ The Port of Tuticorin s goal is to be the leader in South India for bulk and general cargo and a high-speed container service ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ .

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3 million tons). cement (4. rock phosphate. and edible oils .1 million tons). petroleum products. petroleum coke.IMPORTS & EXPORTS ‡ Imports were dominated by coal (8 million tons). and finished fertilizer (1. Other major imports included raw fertilizer materials.

granite.5 million tons). building materials (863. and liquid cargoes (693 thousand tons). and Limonite ore . Other exports included sugar.EXPORTS ‡ Exports were dominated by general cargo (3.7 thousand tons).

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