EBTL is a Terminal under Magdalla group of Ports of Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB). Terminal provides pilotage and Tugs assistance and Vessel Traffic is controlled by Terminal Control Room along with VTMS Khambatt operated under GMB.
Bulk Berth is a mechanized berth with Gantry ship un-loaders connected through the conveyor belts discharges cargo to different Stockyards. Terminal is capable of handling Cape Size Vessel and has draft restriction of 13m.
Terminal provides Facilities for bulk & Break bulk cargo handling, storage and distribution and is operational 24X7.
Terminal Conducts business with strong Quality, Health, Safety & Environment Conscience. EBTL is ISO 9001, 14001, 18001 certified. Terminal facility is capable of accommodating cape size vessels upto 13m Draft alongside the berth throughout the year.
|Name of the facility ||Essar Bulk Terminal Ltd. (EBTL) |
|Location ||Lat 21° 05’ N ; Long 72° 39’ E, Situated in the gulf of Khambatt on West Coast of India. |
|Address||27 Km Surat Hazira Road, Hazira - 394270|
|Type of Facility ||Captive Deep Draft Terminal |
|Type of Facility ||All Weather Direct Berthing |
|Details about the industry supported : (if applicable)||Terminal Primarily services the Essar Steel plant at Hazira and also takes care of other Essar Group of Companies and hinterland industries Like L&T, Coal Traders.|
|Types of Commodities handled||Import : Iron Ore, Coal, Coke , Limestone|
Export : Finished Steel Products, Project Cargo
|Type of Vessel Built||(In case of Shipyard) : N.A |
|Rail and Road Network:||EBTL has access via National Highways 6 connecting to National Highway 8 which is a part of the North - South section of the Golden Quadrilateral and Surat domestic airport.
Six-lane project of NH -6 is underway and widening of the road.|
Rail Connectivity: It is planned by the GOG and Railways that the railway line will be laid from Main Railways line near Gothangaon station of western Railways to Hazira with provision of connectivity to DFC.
|Communication with Steamers||VHF Channel 71 |
|Charts||Indian Chart 2108|
|Anchorage||21°02’N, 72°34.5’E , Length 2 Nautical miles , width 3 Nautical Miles |
|Draft||Max Draft at berth - 13M |
|Pilotage||Compulsory Pilotage Provided by the Terminal |
|Marine Features||HHW : 7.9m , MHWS :7.4m , MHWN : 6.0m, MLWN : 3.1m, MLWS : 1.7m
MSL : 4.2m|
|Harbour Structure|| 550M Berth length |
24 M Berth width
|Navigational Aids||Navigation Channel & turning Basin is marked with Buoys and Beacons. 14 Nos of Buoys/Beacons in channel & 3 Nos. buoys in Turning Circle. |
|Mechanical facilities & Equipments||Terminal is equipped with 3 ship unloaders connected through the conveyor belts to discharge cargo in different stockyards. Capacity of each shipunloader is 2500 TPH for iron ore.
Terminal has mobile harbor cranes of 80 MT and 140MT capacity. |
|Transit Shed & Godowns|| Terminal has back up area of 38 hectares for storage of bulk and break bulk cargo. |
|Future Plans of Development||Terminal has plans to develop 1100m Deep Draft Berth for cargo handling and increase the depth of the Navigation Channel |
|Contact Details||Capt. S. Das – Chief Executive Officer |
Email : email@example.com
Tel :- +91 261 668 2246
Fax :- +91 261 668 2296