|Name of the facility ||Adani Portsand Special Economic Zone Limited |
|Address||Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd.|
Adani House, Post Bag No. 1
Mundra - 370421,
Kutch, Gujarat, India.
Tel : +91-2838-289248 / 448
Fax : +91-2838-289200 / 440
|Latitude and Longitude||Latitude : 22º 43’ 88’ N;|
Longitude : 69º 42’ 34’ E
|Type of Facility ||All weather, Independent, Commercial port. |
|Brief Paragraph about your marine facilities ||Adani Ports and SEZ Ltd, Mundra is all weather, independent, commercial port with geographical and hydrological advantages on the West Coast of India, in the Gulf of Kutch. The port has been developed using latest and state of the art technologies, facilities and offers unparalleled services benchmarked to international standards. |
Mundra Port- Multi Purpose Terminal:
- Ten operational Multipurpose berths (Terminal-1, Terminal-2 and Terrminal-3) with drafts of up to 15.5 meters suitable for berthing Post–Panamax, Camsarmax and Capesize vessels.
- Mundra International Container Terminal (MICT) with 2 berths and a total quay length of 631 meters.
- Adani Mundra Container Terminal (AMCT) with 2 berths and a total quay length of 631 meters.
South Basin Terminal:
The facility is strategically located 1 miles west of Adani Port in position Lat 22º 44’ 3.10” N, Long 69º 41’ 5.60” Ewith 2 berths and a total quay length of 810 meters. South Basin is being developed as the India’s largest capacity container terminal with International standard norms, excellent storage infrastructure, eco-friendly and world class technology.
West Basin Terminal:
The facility is strategically located 09 miles west of Adani Port in position Lat 22º 44’ 53.10”N, Long 69º 33’ 55.60” E. West Basin is being developed as the World’s largest capacity bulk import terminal with International standard norms, excellent storage infrastructure, eco-friendly and world class technology.
Single Point Moorings:
- ADANI PORT SPM - SPM is developed, maintained and operated by APSEZL.
- HMEL SPM - SPM is developed, maintained and operated by HMEL.
|Type of Commodities handled||Adani Port handles a variety of cargo ranging from Bulk Cargo like Coal, Wheat, Fertilizer, Minerals, Ores, Steel, Edible Oils, Chemicals, and Petroleum Products to Container Cargo, Automobiles and Crude Oil.|
|Import||Coal, Fertilizer, Fertilizer Raw Material, Steel Plates, Steel Coils, Bitumen, Edible Oil, Sugar, Wheat, Chemical, Containers, Pine Logs, Petroleum products, Crude Oil.|
|Export||Rice, Wheat, Bentonite, Bauxite, SBM, Steel Pipes, Chemicals, Containers, Agri Product, Cars/ Vehicles by RO-RO vessels.|
|Type of Vessels Built||NA|
|Rail and Road Network||Rail|
APSEZ is connected with the Indian Railway network by a privately developed 64-km rail line. The private rail line has been developed by APSEZ and connects the port to the nearest Indian Railways railhead at Adipur. The single line has a capacity to handle the movement of 45 trains to and / or from APSEZ. APSEZ has completed double-lining of Adipur-Mundra route and the expansion shall augment APSEZ’s line capacity between Mundra and Adipur to 130 trains per day.
ASPEZ is connected to the National Road network by NH-8A Extension and other state highways Highway (SH6 & SH48). Broad four-lane roads ensure efficient movement of road traffic to and from the port. Four-lane Rail-over-Bridge in the SEZ ensures that the various modes of transportation do not impede each other’s movement.
|Communication with steamers||VHF Channel 16 & 73|
|Charts||Indian Chart No. IN 203, IN 2079, IN 2106 and IN 2107|
BA Chart No. BA 670 and BA 682.
|Anchorage||Multi-Purpose and South Basin Terminal Anchorages:|
Vessels waiting to berth at (Navinal Island) Multi-Purpose Terminal and South Basin should anchor within position.
GENERAL ANCHORAGE AREA ‘A’:-
(A) 22° 41.26’N, 69º 44.06’E
(B) 22° 39.82’N, 69º 45.70’E
(C) 22° 39.48’N, 69º 42.06’E
(D) 22° 37.58’N, 69º 42.06’E
STS ANCHORAGE AREA:-
With 0.5 nm radius centered on (A) Lat. 22° 41.75’N, Long 69º 46.50’E
West Basin Terminal Anchorage:
Vessels waiting to berth at West Basin, should anchor within the position given.
Lat. 22° 39.92’N, Long 69º 36.06’E
Lat. 22° 37.97’N, Long 69º 36.06’E
Lat. 22° 39.92’N, Long 69º 32.42’E
Lat. 22° 39.04’N, Long 69º 32.42’E
Anchorage ground has a depth of 30 meters and is a good holding ground throughout the year.
(A) Lat. 22° 38.55’N Long 69º 38.06’E
(B) Lat. 22° 37.60’N Long 69º 38.06’E
(C) Lat. 22° 38.55’N Long 69º 36.07’E
(D) Lat. 22° 37.96’N Long 69º 36.07’E
|Draft (at berthing structure, turning circle and channel)|
|B 1-15.0 m
B 2-13.0 m
B 3-14.1 m
B 4-13.0 m
Barge Berth- 6.0 m
|B 5-14.2 m
B 6-15.5 m
B 7-11.8 m
B 8-11.0 m
|B 9-13.0 m|
West Basin approach channel Depth–16.5 m
South Basin approach channel Depth–14.7 m
MICT approach channel Depth-13.1 M
||Adani Port SPM
|Pilotage||Pilots are available 24Hrs a Day. Pilots board vessels using Tug Boats having White accommodation and Black Hull.|
All Pilot Boats maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch. – 73 at all times.
|Marine Features: HHW, MHHW, MLHW, MHLW, MLLW, MSL - in meters||Tidal height is between +0.00 m to + 6.40 m depending on Neap and spring tides.|
Tidal streams flow 0700 – 2500 at an average rate of 3 kts, and 4 - 5 kts. during spring tides.
Wave height is about 0.14 - 1.30 m and Wave period is about 6.50 sec. - 17.0 sec.
|Harbour structure||Multipurpose Terminal:|Total quay length of B 05 & B 06 is 575 meters, B 07 & B 08 is 442 meters and B 09 & B10 is 494 meters each in a straight line and hence more than two ships can berth in each quay depending on LOA, subject to a minimum clearance of 35meters between two vessels.
|B 01 ||275 ||38
|B 02 ||180 ||32
|B 03 ||225 ||38
|B 04 ||225 ||32
|B 05 ||250 ||38
|B 06 ||250 ||38
|B 07 ||175 ||35
|B 08 ||175 ||35
|B 09 ||- ||-
|B 10 ||- ||-
|* Actual berthing draft may be higher basis tide|
** Minimum under keel clearance of 10% the ship’s draft will be maintained at the time of berthing.
Minimum under keel clearance of 10% the ship’s draft will be maintained at the time of berthing.
|Mundra international container terminal|
|CB 01 ||632 ||42
|CB 02 ||632 ||32
|Adani Mundra container terminal|
|CB 03 ||631 ||42
|Adani Mundra container terminal|
|SB6 ||810 ||-
|SB7 ||810 ||-
Crude Oil Berths:
APSEZ Single Point Mooring
APSEZ SPM caters exclusively to IOCL cargo. Capable of handling very large crude carriers (VLCC) and ultra large crude carriers (ULCC) up to 360,000 tonnes DWT. Located at the distance of 5 nautical miles.
Discharge rate of 8,000 to 10,000 tonnes per hour
HMEL Single Point Mooring
HMEL SPM handles HMEL cargo only. Capable of handling very large crude carriers (VLCC) and ultra large crude carriers (ULCC) up to 360,000 tonnes DWT. Located at the distance of 5 nautical miles.
Discharge rate of 8,000 to 12,000 tonnes per hour.
West Basin Coal Terminal:
|WB 01 ||325 ||17.3
|WB 02 ||325 ||17.3
|WB 03 ||225 ||12.5
|Navigational aids||Navinal Light House:|
Position: Lat 22º 43’ 53.282” NLong 69º 47’ 21.788” E
Height of tower above main sea level (MSL): 28 m
Range in Nautical Miles: 15Nm or more/depending on visibility
Day Mark – Shape of tower, color Scheme of Painting: Trestle Tower painted with Black & white bands
MICT Channel Buoys:
Starboard hand No. 1 with top mark: Q Fl (G)
Port hand No. 2 with top mark: Fl (R)
Starboard hand No. 3 with top mark: Fl (G)
Cardinal Buoy No. 5 with top mark: Q 9 Fl (W)
Cardinal Buoy No. 7 with top mark: Q (6) + Lfl (W)
Starboard hand No. 9 with top mark: Fl G 5s
Transit Lights: The transit lights mark 90 m distance from the quayside.
Front: Q Fl (G) 19m, 10 NM, Rear: OCC (G) 34m, 10 NM.
South Basin Channel Buoys:
Stbd Hand (G) Buoy No. 1: Lat 22º 43' 43.86" N Long 69º 41' 50.37" E
Port Hand (R) Buoy No.2: Lat 22º 43' 40.48" N Long 69º 41' 23.66" E
Stbd Hand (G) Buoy No.3: Lat 22º 43' 50.23" NLong 69º 41' 45.29" E
Port Hand (R) Buoy No.4:Lat 22º 43' 47.46" N Long 69º 41' 27.89" E
Stbd Hand (G) Buoy No.5: Lat 22º 44' 01.50" N Long 69º 41' 47.56" E
Port Hand (R) Buoy No.6: Lat 22º 44' 01.66" N Long 69º 41' 20.26" E
West Basin Channel Buoys:
Starboard hand No. 1 with top mark: ISO 4s (G)
Port hand No. 2 with top mark: ISO 4s (R)
Starboard hand No. 3 with top mark: Q 1s (G)
Port hand No. 4 with top mark: Q 1s (R)
Starboard Hand No. 5 with top mark: OC (2) 8s (G)
Port hand No. 6 with top mark: OC (2) 8s (R)
Starboard hand No. 7 with top mark: Q 1s (G)
Port hand No. 8 with top mark: Q 1s (R)
Starboard hand No. 9 with top mark: OC (2) 8s (G)
Starboard hand No. 11 with top mark: MO (U) 10s (G)
BREAK WATER LIGHT: Fixed (R), Range: 5.0 NM
West Basin Leading Lights:
FRONT LEADING LIGHT: ISO 3s (W), Range: 7.7 NM, Height: 20 m
REAR LEADING LIGHT: OC 9s (W), Range: 7.7 NM, Height: 46 m
|Mechanical facilities and equipments||Cranes: 4 nos. Gottwald HMK 330EG mobile harbour cranes with safe working load of 100 MT with hook and grab mode12 nos. Liebherr LHM 400 mobile harbour cranes with safe working load of 100 MT with hook and grab mode2 nos. Noell post panama rail mounted quay cranes (single lift) with installed capacity of 40 MT under spreader and with an outreach 18 cross4 nos. Noell superpost panama rail mounted quay cranes (twin lift) with installed capacity of 60 MT under spreader and with an outreach 22 cross6 nos. ZPMC superpost panama rail mounted quay cranes (twin lift) with installed capacity of 61 MT under spreader and with an outreach of 22 cross6 nos. ZPMC superpost panama rail mounted quay cranes (twin lift) with installed capacity of 65 MT under spreader and with an outreach of 24 cross7 nos. ZPMC grab ship unloaders with capacity of handling 2000 TPH.|
FCC: State of the art fully mechanized fertilizer cargo complex consisting of 44 bagging machines capable of handling 8-10 fertilizer rakes per day i.e. 28,000 tonnes per day.
Wagon Loading System: Rapid wagon loading system with 2 rail lines and daily capacity to load 88000 tonnes.
Truck Loading System: Mechanised truck loading system consisting 3 silos and daily capacity to load 12000 tonnes.
Pipelines: Cross country pipeline for transporting liquid cargo from port to customer premises.
Conveyor System: 21 km of conveyor systems, with 7.5 m/s conveying speed. West Basin transports coal to CGPL and APL using high speed conveyors.
|Transit sheds and godowns||Godowns|
27 closed godowns with total area of 223,520 square meters for storage various cargoes viz. fertilizers, fertilizer raw materials (FRM), DOC, wheat, rice, sugar, etc.
The Agri park has a total plot area of 2.5 lakh sq. meters under construction and is expected to handle two million tonnes of agri products annually. Phase one is complete and consists of 94,500 sq. meters storage area including 27,000 sq. meters of permanent godowns and 67,500 sq. meters of transit godowns with railheads.
120,000 square meters of dedicated steel yard for storage of steel pipes, steel slabs, steel plates and steel coils.
- Tank terminal with 97 tanks with total storage volume of 4.25 lakh kiloliters for storage of various liquids like edible oils, petroleum products, bitumen in bulk and chemicals
- Dedicated pump with individual tank for road tanker loading (88 pumps)
- 88 loading bays for uninterrupted delivery from every tank i.e. 3 road tanker simultaneous loading from individual tank and 12 unloading bays.
- Bulk Bitumen storage tank facility inside port. 2 tanks each of 3000 KL and one service tank of 430 KL
- Fire fighting, nitrogen, hot water circulation, effluents treatment plant (ETP) and oil-water separator systems
- 9 pump houses and 7 Weighbridges in the liquid terminal
- All pipelines with cup pigging system for pushing pipe line product and effective cleaning of pipe line.
- Export pumps installed 4 nos. x 300 cubic meter per hour and 3 nos. x 500 cubic meter per hour for transferring cargo from tanks to vessel
- Encl-9 tanks (16 nos.) with Radar Gauges and Mass flow meters at delivery end.
3,110,154 square meters of well demarcated open storage yard for minerals, project cargo, scrap, clinker, salt, etc.
- Coal storage yard capacity (Phase I) is 3.2 million tonnes, dedicated yards for specific customers. 26,000 square meters of open storage alongside rail siding.
|Future Plans of Development||South Basin:|
Total 11 berths in phased Manner (9 container berths inner side and 2 Liquid berths outer side- off berth- 2).
Total 17 Berths in phased manner.
2 Berths ETC 2014-15.
4 Berths next 5 years plan.
North Basin: Next 10 years plan.
East Basin: Next 10 years plan.
|Contact Details||Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd.|
Adani House, Post Bag No. 1
Kutch, Gujarat, India
Tel : +91–2838-289248 / 448
Fax : +91–2838-289200 / 440