Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association

Presentation on Export of Steel products through Mumbai Port

Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association

Export of Steel through Mumbai Port 2005 / 2006

515.515 .Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Export of Steel through Mumbai Port 2005 .2006 SHIPPER GROSS MT JINDAL ISPAT BHUSHAN NATIONAL UTTAM SHREE PRECOATED MAHARASHTRA SEAMLESS JINDAL SAW PIPES ZENITH PIPES LLOYDS STEEL 1.

Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Export of Steel through Mumbai Port 01/04/2006 to 31/10/2006 .

798 .441.Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Export of Steel through Mumbai Port 01/04/2006 – 30/11/2006 SHIPPER GROSS MT JINDAL ISPAT BHUSHAN NATIONAL UTTAM SHREE PRECOATED MAHARASHTRA SEAMLESS JINDAL SAW PIPES ZENITH PIPES LLOYDS STEEL 1.

Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Projected Shipper wise Export of Steel through Mumbai Port 2006 .2010 .

007 .010.800 21.070.000 190.000 912.000 332.000 650.411.000 256.100 2.000 207.000 180.000 2.000 75.000 400.515.000 136.000 180.000 792.260 2.076.000 96.437.000 358.680 5.000 872.000 206.009 1.000 136.948.000 20.000 115.000 3.006 600.600 195.Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Shipper wise Export of Steel through Mumbai Port 2006 -2010  SHIPPER JINDAL ISPAT JAGUAR BHUSHAN NATIONAL UTTAM SPCL JINDAL SAW ZENITH LLOYDS   2.000 550.500 725.450 893.000 2.616 103.160 261.000 416.000 156.000 222.000 177.000 1.000 100.500 100.007 1.750 430.100.328.008 1.250 118.960 457.000 105.298.000 4.010 1.000 21.000 40.560 87.000 3.000 2.000 176.125 473.800 136.000 276.195 983.

000 1.000 350.000 1.000 880.000 450.Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Capacity Expansion Plan of various major Steel Exporters presently exporting from Mumbai Port 2006 .000 250.150.000 680.006 4.428.560.000 14.050.000 480.000 200.000 1.000 475.000 450.350.000 960.000 1.008 5.000 150.000 1.007 5.000 515.000 555.860.280.000 2.000 200.000 12.000 2.465.000 60.960.000 250.000 4.000 200.000 680.000 2.655.000 1.000 460.000 480.000 400.000.000 4.545.000.000 480.000 1.650.000 3.333.000 13.000 .360.000 450.009 6.840.000 60.000 390.000 595.000 18.000 80.000 16.000 350.430.000 2.2010  SHIPPER JINDAL Ispat Jaguar Bhushan Steel National UTTAM LLOYDS JINDAL SAW ZENITH SHREE PRECOATED   2.000 4.000 750.000 60.000 880.690.200.480.000 3.010 8.200.000 680.200.000 1.

Mumbai And Nhava–Sheva Ship-Agents Association Present Productivity of Steel loading at MBPT Case Study of 57 vessel calls of Export steel Loading at Mbpt Average load rate per day of Port Stay Average load rate per day of Berth Stay = 2551 MT = 3607 MT Average Berthing Delay per vessel call = 2.67 Days [ Including waiting for Berth after shifting ] Basis Above 1 berth can handle = 0.9 Million tons of Steel cargo .

Mumbai And Nhava–Sheva Ship-Agents Association Shifting of vessels Case Study of 57 vessel calls of Export steel Loading at Mbpt Vessel NIL SHIFTING ONE SHIFTING TWO SHIFTING THREE SHIFTING = 12 VSLS = 23 VSLS = 15 VSLS = 7 VSLS 21 % 41 % 26 % 12 % = 12% PART STREAM LOADING = 7 CALLS .

Reasons for low productivity : • • • Pre-berthing delays Frequent shifting of vessel due to inadequate draft Carting of cargo at multiple locations/sheds for individual shippers .Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Present Productivity of Steel loading at MBPT Avg load rate of 2500 mt of steel cargo per day of Port Stay.

 Shipper wise – Sector wise – Vessel wise – Port wise – Weight wise – Cargo carting at Mbpt.  Open area of 5000 sq.meter for Galvanised Cargo with Overhead traveling crane for Yard Planning.  Covered Shed space of 30000 sq.Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Infrastructure requirement to increase productivity to a minimum 6000mt per day.  Adequate deep draft berth with 12 m draft for Steel cargo vessel.m for carting of Seamless Pipes .

Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Berth Occupancy to handle Steel Export Vessel 2006 to 2010 .

Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Optimum 75% Berth Occupancy to handle Steel Export 2006 .2010 YEAR C AR G O PR ESEN T MT PR O D U C T IVIT Y EN C H AN C ED  PR O D U C T IVIT Y 2500 M T / DA Y 3500 M T / DA Y 4500 M T /DA Y 6000 M T / DA Y 2006-2007 34110001819 DA Y S 2007-2008 39481002106 DA Y S 2008-2009 45152602408 DA Y S 2009-2010 53280072842 DA Y S 1299 DA Y S 1504 DA Y S 1720 DA Y S 2030 DA Y S 1011 DA Y S 1170 DA Y S 1338 DA Y S 1579 DA Y S 758 DA Y S 877 DA Y S 1003 DA Y S 1184 DA Y S .

000.000 2001 -2.000.000 2.WHY 6.000 3.54000 Dwt) .000 1.000 -3.Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association FUTURE SHIPMENT SIZE TREND Worldwide Move towards Handymax (45.000 4.000.000.000 0 -1. .000.000.000.000.000 5.000.000 2002 2003 2004 2005 Net change -76 DELETIONS 136 ADDITIONS 60 HANDYSIZE No.

Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Import of Steel through Mumbai Port 2005 / 2006 .

000 . Zenith.2006 RECEIVER GROSS MT Uttam. Bhushan. Man Industries Maharashtra Seamless Others 2. National.Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Import of Steel through Mumbai Port 2005 .876.

Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Import of Steel through Mumbai Port 01/04/2006 to 31/12/2006 .

National.993. Zenith. Man Industries Maharashtra Seamless Others 1.612 . Bhushan.Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Import of Steel through Mumbai Port 01/04/2006 – 30/11/2006 RECEIVER GROSS MT Uttam.

7 Million tons .Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Projected Import of Steel through Mumbai Port till 2010 likely to stagnate due to enhanced domestic production 2006 – 2010 2.

Reasons for low productivity : • Pre-berthing delays • Shifting of vessel due to inadequate draft • Inadequate Storage Space for stacking cargo B/L wise.Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Present Productivity of Steel discharge at MBPT Avg disrate of 6500 mt of steel cargo per day of Port Stay. .

Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Optimum 75% Berth Occupancy to handle Steel Export 2006 .2010 YEA R C A R GO P R ES EN T E N C H A N C E D  P R O D U C T IV IT Y MT P R O D U C T IV IT Y 6 0 0 0 M T / D A Y7 5 0 0 M T / D A Y 0 0 M T /D 1 0 0 0 0 M T / D A Y 90 AY 2 0 0 6 -2 0 0 2 7 0 0 0 0 0 7 600 480 400 360 2 0 0 7 -2 0 0 2 7 0 0 0 0 0 8 600 480 400 360 2 0 0 8 -2 0 0 2 7 0 0 0 0 0 9 600 480 400 360 2 0 0 9 -2 0 1 2 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 600 480 400 360 .

 Inadequate deep draft berth for Steel cargo vessel  Receivers wise – B/L wise storage of cargo at Mbpt.Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Infrastructure requirement to increase productivity to a minimum 7500mt per day.m for storage.  Covered Shed space of 10000 sq.meter for Galvanised Cargo with Overhead traveling crane. .  Open area of 25000 sq.

8 0.6 .6 0.8 0. the requirement of Deep drafted berths to handle steel cargo as follows :IMPORTS :Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 6000 MT 1 Berths 1 Berths 1 Berths 1 Berths 7500 MT 0.66 0.8 0.6 0.66 0.66 0.8 9000 MT 0.Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association With 60% Steel Imports & Exports being handled at outer berths.66 10000 MT 0.6 0.

2 2.0 Berths 2007-08 2.6 1.5 Berths 1.6 1.4 1.5 Berths 2008-09 3.9 .0 Berths 2009-10 3.25 1.Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Exports :Year 3600 MT 4500 MT 6000 MT 2006-07 2.5 2 2.

0 Berths 4.85 Berths 2.5 Berths Maximum Productivity 1.0 Berths 2.2 Berths 2.5 Berths 4.Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Total Steel :Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Present Productivity 3.0 Berths 3.5 Berths .

 Deepening of main channel up to 12 m  Round the Clock working  Build Adequate Storage Area for steel cargo .Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association CONCLUSION To handle all steel cargo through Mumbai port we need to augment / build infrastructure as follows : Dedicated Deep Drafted Berths for over dimensional steel cargo vessels with shore mobile crane of 40 mt swl. .

Mumbai And Nhava – Sheva Ship-Agents Association Thank you .