COORDINATES

APPROACH / ENTRANCE CHANNEL

MICT container approach channel: LENGTH: 1153 Meters. WIDTH: 502 Meters. DEPTH: 14.10 Meters at chart datum.

South Basin (AICTPL & ACMPTL) approach channel: LENGTH: 1153- Meters. WIDTH: 502 Meters. DEPTH: 15.20 Meters at chart datum.

TURNING BASIN

There is no turning circle for terminal 1,2 & 3. Turning circle for West Basin has a radius of 841 m. Turning circle for MICT, South Basin (AICTPL & ACMPTL), South Basin (AICTPL & ACMPTL) is 750m, abreast of the berths.

BREAK WATERS

No Break water

ANCHORAGES

Not Applicable

GENERAL BERTH RESTRICTION

TERMINALS / NO. OF BERTH MAX PER. LOA MAX PER. BEAM MAX PER. DRAFT CARGO
  IN METERS  
TERMINAL-1: 4 NOS. 295 48 14.1 LIQUIDS ONLY.
TERMINAL-2: 4 NOS 300 45 16.5 DRY
TERMINAL-3: 4 NOS 295 48 14.5 DRY/STEEL
WEST BASIN 4 NOS 325 55 17.5 COAL ONLY
CONTAINER- CB 4 NOS. 370 55 15.1 CONTAINER
CONTAINER – SB 4 NOS 405 60   CONTAINER

PILOTAGE & NIGHT NAVIGATION

Pilots are available 24hours a day. Pilotage within port limits is compulsory.

No movements are to be undertaken without a licensed pilot on board and without express instructions from the Mundra Port Control (VHF Ch.77). Pilots board vessels using Tugboats having White accommodation and Black Hull.

 

Tugs will be deployed for assistance in manoeuvres at the sole discretion of the Pilot. Night navigation is permitted.

NAVIGATION CHART

Indian Hydrographic Office Charts: 203, 2106, 2107 and 2079,British Admiralty Charts: 670, 682 ALRS: Vol. 6

WATER DENSITY

Water density varies from 1.020 to 1.023 during the South West Monsoon period and ranges between 1.024 to 1.025 during the remaining part of the year.

UNDER KEEL CLEARANCE

A Minimum under keel clearance of “10 % of the ship’s max draft” will be maintained at the all time of berthing. While alongside berth minimum clearance of 50 cm is maintained. Maximum acceptable draft is basis the Lowest Low Water for the month,Actual berthing draft may be higher basis tide. Minimum Entrance Channel Depth at Chart Datum for MMPT, South Basin and West Basin is declared monthly by the port.

DETAILS OF BUOYS

Not Applicable

INFRASTRUCTURE & COMMUNICATION

ROAD: Well connected to National Highway & State Highways.

RAIL: Bhuj Railway station and Gandhidham Railway station both at 70 KM Triangle distance from Mundra port.

AIR: Nearest Domestic: Domestic: Bhuj and Kandla airport & International Airport: Ahmedabad

Port radio and Info service: Channel No. 16 and 73 standby

WEATHER CONDITIONS

Tropical and dry climate conditions. Temperature 35o C to _56o C during summer and _28 o C to 15o C during winter.

Southwest Monsoon 15 May to 14 August.

PORT REGULATIONS

ISPS COMPLIANCE: Yes. Security level is one (1)

PFSO & DY. PFSO DETAILS

 

PFSO DY. PFSO PORT CONTACT
Capt. Anubhav Jain Capt. Pankaj Sinha Port Operation Center
(AGM – Marine) Head-Marine & PFSO (DGM -Marine)
Mob.: +91-98250 00949 Tel: +91-2838-255781/255762
Mobile: +91 89800 15245, PHONE: +91 2838 255727 (O), FAX: +91-2838-289170 
Mobile: +91-7574894206, Tel: +91 2838 262554 (O), FAX: +91 2838 289330.
 
E-MAIL: anubhav.jain@adani.com E-MAIL: Pankaj.Sinha@adani.com E mail: portopscenter@adani.com

TIDAL DATA

TIDE DETAILS HEIGHT ABOVE CHART DATAM
Highest Recorded Tide 6.4 Meters
Mean High Water Spring (MHWS) Not available in tide table
Mean Sea Level (MSL) Not available in tide table
Mean Low Water Neap (MHWN) Not available in tide table
Mean Low Water Neap (MLWN) Not available in tide table
Mean Low Water Spring (MLWS) Not available in tide table
Lowest Recorded Tide 2.2 M
Storm surge The current strength is about 3 to 4 knots and sets in the direction 253 in ebb tide and 073 in flood tide.

PORT WORKING HOURS

Cargo operation: Port working 24 hrs / 7 days with no holidays.

Shift Timings Recess hours Shift change timings
1st Shift 01:00 – 08:00 hours   09:00 – 10:00 hours
2nd Shift 08:00 – 16:00 hours 13:00 – 14:00 hours  
3rd Shift 16:00 – 24:00 hours   21:00 – 22:00 hours

PORT HEALTH OFFICE

Mundra port does not have any PHO, therefore have to arrange from Kandla.

MAIN CARGOES

Steel plates , Steel slabs , Project and machinery , Peas , Coal , Pet coke , Met coke , Coking coal , Chemical , Sulphur , Motor spirit / petrol , Mop , Fertilizer , Dap , Urea , Bentonite , Bauxite , Salt , Olive oil , Palm oil , Steel coil , edible oil , Acetic acid , Refined sunflower oil , Crude sun flower oil , Crude degummed soya bean oil , Benzene , Rbd palm oil , Methanol , High speed diesel , Superior kerosene oil , Bitumen , Rbd palm stearin , ETHYL GLYCOL , WHITE OIL ,

REPATRIATION

Feasible, except nine restricted countries I.E. Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, China, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Iran, Nigeria, Somali.

FRESH WATER

Available

STORE / PROVISIONS :

WORKSHOP

Available

BUNKERS

Available

GARBAGE DISPOSAL

Available

SLOP DISCHARGE

No Facility

CASH TO MASTER

Available

BERTHING POLICY/PRIORITY

GENERAL GROUP FOR IMPORT/EXPORT: No as such Priority. Only first come first serve policy and any mutual long contractual agreement with receivers then priority will be given to them.

GOVERNMENT PRIORITY: Govt. Cargo vessel will get priority

 

COASTAL PRIORITY: No as such Priority

PORT NORMS

CARGOS PERFORMANCE-DAY
Steel plates 6000 MT day
Steel slabs 6000 MT day
Project and machinery 0 MT day
Peas 0 MT day
Coal 35000 MT day
Pet coke 30000 MT day
Met coke 30000 MT day
Coking coal 25000 MT day
Chemical 4800 MT day
Sulphur 12000 MT day
Motor spirit / petrol 10000 MT day
Mop 12000 MT day
Fertilizer 12000 MT day
Dap 12000 MT day
Urea 10000 MT day
Bentonite 18000 MT day
Bauxite 15000 MT day
Salt 15000 MT day
Olive oil 6000 MT day
Palm oil 6000 MT day
Steel coil 10000 MT day
edible oil 5000 MT day
Acetic acid 4800 MT day
Refined sunflower oil 6000 MT day
Crude sun flower oil 6000 MT day
Crude degummed soya bean oil 6000 MT day
Benzene 4800 MT day
Rbd palm oil 6000 MT day
Methanol 4800 MT day
High speed diesel 12000 MT day
Superior kerosene oil 8000 MT day
Bitumen 1920 MT day
Rbd palm stearin 6000 MT day
ETHYL GLYCOL 3600 MT day
WHITE OIL 4800 MT day

BERTH INFORMATION & RESTRICTIONS

Draft at berths and minimum depths at approach channel and turning circle for the month is as follows:

A.     Minimum depth in the MICT container approach channel and turning circle is 14.1 meters at Chart Datum.

 

B.     Minimum depth in the South basin (AICTPL & ACMPTL) approach channel and turning circle is 15.2 meters at Chart Datum.

C.     Minimum depth in the West Basin approach channel 14.0 meters at Chart Datum.

 

TERMINAL – 2

 

This facility includes 4 multipurpose berths. The quay length of berth No. 5 and 6 is 575 meters and berth 7 & 8 is 441 meters. In a straight line, hence, more than 2 ships can be berthed. Total quay length of berth 5& 6 is 575 meters and berth 7 & 8 is 441 meters. Since these berths are in a straight line, hence, more than 2 ships can be berthed in each quay depending on LOA subject to 35 meters clearance between each vessel. Depth at B/1 is 13.80 Meters, at B/6 14.50 Meters, at B/7 11.00 Meters and at B/8 9.70 Meters. Only Dry Cargo handling at these berths. Air Draft high water to crane boom 41.50 meters. Ships can berth any side. Height of berth at this terminal is above chart datum is 8.50 meters. Nature of seabed is mud and silt.

TERMINAL – 3

This facility includes 4 multipurpose berths. Depth at berths 14.00 Meters. Only dry cargoes handled at these berths. The air draft at this berths high water to crane boom 41.50 Meters. Can berth any side. Length B/9 269.225 Meters, B/10 & B/11 525 Meters and B/12 215 meters. Height of berth at this terminal is 8.50 Meters. The nature of seabed is mud & silt.

 

WEST BASIN - COAL TERMINAL

 

Total 4 berths at this terminal and WB-1,2,3 handling coal cargoes, WB-4 Dry cargoes (timber logs). The depth at WB-1 to WB-4 is 18.00 meters. Air draft at B/1 Berth: high water to crane boom: With Higher High water of 6.40 meters to crane spreader or boom of the grab and WB-2 to Wb-4 no such restrictions. Any side berthing. Total length of berth is 3852 Meters. The Height of berth above Chart Datum at all berth is 9.00 meters.

MIC TERMINAL (CB-1& CB-2) & AMC TERMINAL (CB-3 & CB -4)

 

Both terminals having 2 berths each exclusive for container movements. The total depth at CB-1 is 14.00 Meters and at CB-2 14.60 Meters, CB-3 14.10 Meters, CB-4 13.80 Meters. Air Draft: Highwater to crane boom 53.40 Meters. Vessel can berth any side alongside. Total Quay length at MICT is 631 Meters and at AMCT is also 631 Meters. The height of berth above chart Datum at all berth is 8.50 Meters. The nature of seabed is mud and silt.

SOUTH BASIN CONTAINER TERMINAL – CT4, CT3 AND CT-5 (CT3 EXTENSION)

 

This terminal has 6 berths at CT4 terminal SB-4 & SB-5; CT3 terminal SB-6 & SB-7; CT5 SB-8 & SB-9. Depth at CT4, CT3 & CT5 Terminals is 16.00 Meters. Air draft at these berth is: High water to crane book 53.50 meters. Any side alongside berthing. The combined quay length at CT4 is 650 meters, at CT3 is 810 Meters and at CT5 650 Meters. Height of berth above chart datum is 8.50 meters. The nature of seabed at CT4 mud/silt, CT3 & CT5 fine silt.

OTHER RESTRICTIONS

1)      The vessels should be ready for commencement cargo operation in all respects within 3 hours of making alfast, failing which the port will levy layup berth hire charges as well as the vessel stay beyond 3 hours after completion of cargo discharge then also layup berth hire applicable.

2)      In case ships crane is out of order after berthing the vessel and are unable to discharge/load the cargo then crane idling charges will be applicable if the vessels agents not requested for shore crane within 6 hours of idling ship crane.

 

BERTHING / UN-BERTHING RESTRICTION FOR VESSELS

 

Berth No.-1,3, 12, LPG

 

Pilot onboard: At any time and exception is that from 01:30 to printed time (Example = Tide 1800, Pilot onboard cut off 1630 hours. Next Pilot onboard 1800 hours).

Berth NO.2

 

Pilot onboard 30 Minutes after High Water to 2 hours before Low Water.

Berth NO. 4

 

A.    Port side Alongside: Pilot onboard - PRINTED Low Water to 2 Hours before High Water.

B.    Starboard side Alongside: Pilot onboard at printed High Water to 2 hours before printed Low Water. Maximum permissible LOA is 190 meters.

 

Berth No.5 & 6

 

A.    LOA less than < 100 meters: Berthing using single tug, Pilot onboard will be 2 hours 30 Minutes before Low Water to High Water.

B.    LOA less than equal to <= 210 meters with Draft less than equal to <= 12 meters: Pilot onboard anytime.

 

210 meters with any Draft, Pilot onboard 2 hours before to 1 Hour before High Water and 1 hour 30 minutes before to 30 minutes after Low Water subject to 10% UKC."}" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":14785,"3":{"1":0,"3":1},"9":0,"10":1,"11":4,"14":{"1":2,"2":4144959},"15":"Tahoma","16":11}">C.    LOA greater than > 210 meters with any Draft, Pilot onboard 2 hours before to 1 Hour before High Water and 1 hour 30 minutes before to 30 minutes after Low Water subject to 10% UKC.

210 meters with any Draft, Pilot onboard 2 hours before to 1 Hour before High Water and 1 hour 30 minutes before to 30 minutes after Low Water subject to 10% UKC."}" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":14785,"3":{"1":0,"3":1},"9":0,"10":1,"11":4,"14":{"1":2,"2":4144959},"15":"Tahoma","16":11}"> 245 meters with draft greater than equal to >= 13 meters: Pilot onboard will be 2 hours before Low Water."}" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":14785,"3":{"1":0,"3":1},"9":0,"10":1,"11":4,"14":{"1":2,"2":4144959},"15":"Tahoma","16":11}">D.    LOA greater than > 245 meters with draft greater than equal to >= 13 meters: Pilot onboard will be 2 hours before Low Water.

 

100 meters to 210 meters and draft greater than >12 meters: Pilot onboard 2Hrs 30 Minutes before Low Water to 1 Hour before High Water. "}" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":14785,"3":{"1":0,"3":1},"9":0,"10":1,"11":4,"14":{"1":2,"2":4144959},"15":"Tahoma","16":11}">E.    LOA greater than > 100 meters to 210 meters and draft greater than >12 meters: Pilot onboard 2Hrs 30 Minutes before Low Water to 1 Hour before High Water.

100 meters to 210 meters and draft greater than >12 meters: Pilot onboard 2Hrs 30 Minutes before Low Water to 1 Hour before High Water. "}" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":14785,"3":{"1":0,"3":1},"9":0,"10":1,"11":4,"14":{"1":2,"2":4144959},"15":"Tahoma","16":11}">F.     Coast Guard / Navy Craft: Pilot onboard 2 hours 30 minutes before LW to 1 Hour before High Water. Example: Low Water 1200 High Water 1800, Berthing window 0930 to 1700 Hours.

 

Berth No. 7, Berth No.8, Berth No.8A

 

a.     Pilot onboard - 01 Hour 30 Minutes before printed tide.

b.     For berthing B-8 and B-7 in same tide: Pilot onboard for B-8 = 1 Hour 45 minutes before tide and Pilot onboard for B-7 = 1 Hour 15 minutes before tide.

 

c.     B-8: Max. permissible draft < 10.5 meters.

d.     B 8A: Max LOA = 130 meters, Berthing up to Bollard No. 37.

 

e.     B-8A: No night berthing permitted with B8 occupied.

75 meters. Coast Guard / Navy Craft: As per existing berthing guidelines."}" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":14785,"3":{"1":0,"3":1},"9":0,"10":1,"11":4,"14":{"1":2,"2":4144959},"15":"Tahoma","16":11}">f.      B-8A: If Port Side Along Side then minimum clearance between B-8 and B-8A greater than > 75 meters. Coast Guard / Navy Craft: As per existing berthing guidelines.

 

g.     Dhow boat Berthing at B7 and B8: Berthing can be done from 1:30 to 1:00 before printed tide time tide

Berth No.9

 

a.     Portside Alongside, LOA less than < 210 meters: Pilot onboard from High Water to 2Hours before Low Water. Only if 60 meters clearance from B-10 vessel.

b.     Starboard side Alongside (LOA and draft as per berth parameters): Pilot onboard from Low Water to 2Hours before High Water B-10,11

 

c.     Pilot onboard - At any time (except from 02 hours to printed tide time) (Example = Tide 1800, Pilot onboard cut off 1600 hours, next Pilot onboard 1800 hours.)

OTHER FACILITIES

Not Available

CARGO HANDLING EQUIPMENTS

All cargo handling equipment’s are provided by the port.

HARBOUR CRANES

 

05 Nos. Mobile cranes with a capacity of 100 tons (with hook) each at Terminal-2 for berths 5, 6, 7 and 8.

05 Nos. Mobile cranes with a capacity of 100 tons each at Terminal-3, berth No. 9, 10, 11, 12.

 

03 Nos. Mobile cranes (Goliath) with a capacity of 10 / 20 tons at Steel Storage Yard.

Permanent conveyor belt has been installed for coal discharge operation from West basin berth to Port and connected further to CGPL plant.

 

GROUND HANDLING EQUIPMENT

 

Dumpers, Payloaders, Forklifts and stackers used for quick transfer of cargo between storage area and berths.

COMPUTERISED WEIGH BRIDGES

 

40 M.T. capacity: 04 Nos., 60 M.T. capacity: 02 Nos.,100 M.T. Capacity: 02 Nos.

MAIN CARGO HANDLING

IMPORT: Edible Oils, Non-Edible Oils, Chemicals, Urea, MOP, Coal, Steel Coils, Steel Slabs, Steel bars, Project Cargo, Bitumen, Petroleum cargo, Timber.

EXPORT: Steel Pipes, Salt, Bentonite, Clinker, Rice in bags.

WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE

PORT
SR. NO. OPEN TOTAL NO. TOTAL AREA IN SQ. METERS CAPACITY
1 Closed godowns 17   148,215.00 Not available
2 Covered Sheds 3   5,787.00 Not available
2 Covered space 4   49,685.00 Not available
  Open Stackyards 14   757,805.00 Not available
  TOTAL 38 TOTAL 961,492.00 Not available

LOAD / DISCHARGE FACILITY SPECIFICATION

The Terminal Operators, M/s. APSEZ Ltd arrange all cargo handling activities in the port, including warehousing and storage, internal transportation and cargo loading/ unloading, round- the- clock.

TERMINAL 2 – BERTH NO. 5,6,7 & 8 – Cargo loading and unloading by SHORE CRANES AND SHIP CRANES to vehicle placed under hook and shifted to port yard and from their to receiver. Average discharge rate: 12000 to 15000 MT per 24 hours.

 

TERMINAL 3 – BERTH NO. 9,10,11 & 12 – cargo loading and unloading by shore cranes and ship cranes to vehicle placed under hook and shifted to port yard and direct delivery to receiver. // Discharge rate: 3000 to 4000 MT per 24 hours.

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