COORDINATES

APPROACH / ENTRANCE CHANNEL

LENGTH: 7500 Meters

WIDTH: 245 M eters.

 

DEPTH: 15.40 MCD.

TURNING BASIN

DIA : 570 MCD.,DEPTH: 15.10 Meters .

BREAK WATERS

770 Meters each on both side of entrance channel.

ANCHORAGES

Not applicable

GENERAL BERTH RESTRICTION

NO. OF BERTH: 16 Berths. LOA: 100 – 260 Meters. BEAM: Nil DRAFT: Minimum 07.00 Meters & Maximum 14.20 Meters.

PILOTAGE & NIGHT NAVIGATION

Pilotage is compulsory.

Pilot Station is located half mile off fairway buoy.

 

Latitude: 12° 54'55” N Longitude: 74°45'24” E

Navigation 24 hrs.

NAVIGATION CHART

Indian Naval Hydrographic : 2002 Mangalore Harbour, 2048 Port of New Mangalore & 2052 Approaches to port of New Mangalore.

WATER DENSITY

1018 increasing 1025

UNDER KEEL CLEARANCE

1 Meter.

DETAILS OF BUOYS

Not Applicable

INFRASTRUCTURE & COMMUNICATION

ROAD: NH 66 passing near the Port stretches from Kochi to Mumbai /NH 48 connects directly Mangalore to Bangalore / NH 13 Mangalore to Sholapur

RAIL:  The port provides a railway siding to Mangalore. The railway links spread into the neighbouring states of Maharashtra, Kerala and Tamil Nadu besides the hinterland in addition to numerous other commercially important cities

 

The Hassan - Mangalore broad gauge line is capable of carrying more tonnage of cargo by rail and the Port is fully accessible to its hinterland. This broad-gauge line made to connect Bangalore from Mangalore and Chennai via Bangalore route is shortened.

The Konkan Railway has given a great fillip to the port / rail interface and thereby to industrial development in the adjoining regions and direct connection to Goa and Mumbai

 

AIR: Approximate driving distance between Mangalore Port and Mangalore Airport is 18 kms . Mangalore International Airport, is an international airport serving the coastal city of Mangalore

Port radio and Info service: VHF Channel 12/16, Telephone:- +91 824 2407428

WEATHER CONDITIONS

Fair weather condition from Mid October to Mid May and monsoon season from June to September. Whether condition does not have much effect except during heavy rain.

PORT REGULATIONS

ISPS COMPLIANT :

The PFSO New Mangalore Port incharge Deputy Conservator, Contact Nos : Off  0091 824 2407419

 

 

TIDAL DATA

PARTICULARS HEIGHT ABOVE CHART DATAM
Higher High Water Springs (+)1.68 M chart datum
Mean Higher High Water (+)1.48 M chart datum
Mean Lower High Water (+) 1.26 M chart datum
Mean Sea Level (+)0.95 M chart datum
Mean Lower Low Water (+) 0.26 M chart datum
Lower Low Water Springs near solstices (+)0.03 M chart datum
Storm surge 1.5 knots during the Southwest monsoon

PORT WORKING HOURS

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

Except few NATIONAL HOLIDAYS port is operational for entire year.

Cargo operation: Round the clock 24x7

 

SHIFT TIME RECESS TIME
1ST SHIFT 0600 - 1400 hrs 0600-0630
2ND SHIFT 1400 - 2200 hrs 1400-1430
3RD SHIFT 2200 - 0600 hrs 2200-2230

PORT HEALTH OFFICE

NEW MANGALORE PORT, PANAMABUR 57500

MAIN CARGOES

Steel pipes , Steel plates , Bitumen , Crude oil , Ammonia , Phosphoric acid , Chemical , Timber , Granite slab , Project and equipment cargo , Dap , Mop , Sulphur , Lime stone , Gypsum , Bentonite , LPG , Coal , Methanol , Pet coke , Met coke , Urea , Benzene , Paraxylene , Naphtha , Hsd , Fuel oil , Aviation turbine fuel , Sulphuric acid , Crude palm oil , Palm oil , Crude sun flower oil , Crude soyabean oil ,

REPATRIATION

Yes. All nationals except Pakistan Nationals

FRESH WATER

Available

STORE / PROVISIONS :

WORKSHOP

Available

BUNKERS

Available

GARBAGE DISPOSAL

Available

SLOP DISCHARGE

CASH TO MASTER

Available

BERTHING POLICY/PRIORITY

GENERAL GROUP FOR IMPORT / EXPORT CARGOES : FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS

GOVT PRIORITY : For Fertilizer Vessels

 

PRIVATE PRIORITY : 12 hours priority available at berth no.12 for Chemicals with maximum parcel size of 3000 MT

 

PORT NORMS

CARGOS PERFORMANCE-DAY
Steel pipes 1000 MT day
Steel plates 4000 MT day
Bitumen 3600 MT day
Crude oil 84000 MT day
Ammonia 7200 MT day
Phosphoric acid 13200 MT day
Chemical 4800 MT day
Timber 4000 MT day
Granite slab 4000 MT day
Project and equipment cargo 0 MT day
Dap 10000 MT day
Mop 10000 MT day
Sulphur 12000 MT day
Lime stone 12000 MT day
Gypsum 20000 MT day
Bentonite 12000 MT day
LPG 6000 MT day
Coal 20000 MT day
Methanol 6000 MT day
Pet coke 15000 MT day
Met coke 10000 MT day
Urea 10000 MT day
Benzene 12000 MT day
Paraxylene 14400 MT day
Naphtha 19200 MT day
Hsd 18000 MT day
Fuel oil 18000 MT day
Aviation turbine fuel 18000 MT day
Sulphuric acid 9600 MT day
Crude palm oil 6000 MT day
Palm oil 6000 MT day
Crude sun flower oil 6000 MT day
Crude soyabean oil 6000 MT day

BERTH INFORMATION & RESTRICTIONS

The permissible draft in the Navigation Channel & Basin of New Mangalore Port during Monsoon period between June and September usually reduced upto 12.50 meters.

Berth-1: Earmarked as Coastal Berth. Clear cargo vessels such as container, foodgrains,fertilizer, timber, granite, project cargo and all other cargoes falling under this category shall be considered to berth on First come first Serve Basis. The berth is also suitable for barge operations.

 

Berth.2: Clean cargo Vessels such as container, food grains, fertilizer, timber, granite, project cargo, Ro-Ro and all other cargoes falling under this category shall be considered to berth on First Come First Serve Basis. The berth is also suitable for barge operation.

Berth-3: Earmarked as Costal. Berth. Clean cargo vessels such as container, food grains, fertilizer, timber, granite, project cargo, Ro-Ro and all other cargoes falling under this category shall be considered to berth on First Come First Serve Basis. The berth is also suitable for barge operation.

 

Berth-4: Earmarked as Cruise/Passenger Berth. The berth shall be kept vacant 16 Hrs. after handling of chemical vessels through pipeline and 24 Hrs. for all other vessels prior to scheduled ETA of passenger vessels for pre-arrangements and housekeeping as per operational/safely convenience. In the absence of Cruise/Passenger vessels, preference shall be given for berthing the vessels of the Port Users who have been permitted to install the pipeline connectivity at the Berth to their terminals to handle liquid ammonia, phosphoric acid etc on First Come First Serve Basis. In the absence of above vessels, clean cargo vessels such as container, food grains, fertilizer, timber, granite, project cargo, Containers and all other cargoes falling under this category including Bitumen shall be considered to berth on First Come First Serve Basis.

Berth-5: The Port Users have been permitted to install the pipeline connectivity and conveyor system to their terminals at Berth No 5 to handle cargo such as bulk cement, edible oil, molasses and bitumen, Therefore, preference is being given for berthing their vessels on First Come First Serve Basis,

 

Berth-6: The Berth No. 6 has been designated for handling dusty cargo & berthing of such vessels is given on the principle of First Come First Serve Basis. Also can be used on basis of requirement/request of agents berthing of vessels to handle edible oil and other liquid cargoes through flexible pipeline system connected to the facilities installed at Berth No-5 and for handling timber, granite, project cargo and all other cargoes falling under this category including Containers, shall be considered to berth on First Come First Serve Basis.

Berth-7: The has been designated for handling dusty cargo & berthing of such vessels is given on the principle of First Come First Serve Basis. So can be used based on requirement and request of agents berthing of vessels to handle edible oil, and other liquid cargoes through flexible pipeline system connected to the facilities installed at Berth No-5 & for handling timber, granite, project cargo and all other cargoes falling under this category, shall be considered to berth on First Come First Serve Basis.

 

Berth-8: Is a captive berth for the use of M/s. KIOCL export consignments governed by MOU, The berth has a facility of mechanical handling system installed by M/s. KIOCL for export of Iron Ore Pellets. Hence, preference/priority will be given for berthing their vessels on arrival for the export consignment. However, if the berth is vacant and not required by M/s. KIOCL for export of their consignments, other General cargo, Container vessels shall be allowed' to berth on the principle of First Come First Serve Basis.

Berth-9: The Berth No. 9 has been designated as Oil Terminal to handle Chemical, LPG and POL products. Vessels handling cargoes falling under this category shall be considered to berth on First Come First Serve Basis

 

Berth-10 & 11: Oil Terminals for import & Export consignments of Chemical, Crude Oil and POL. products. Preference will be given for berthing the vessels on arrival for the import as well as export consignment of M/s MRPL. In absence of above based on requirement and request of agents berthing of vessels to handle similar type of cargo, the same can be provided on First Come First Serve Basis.

Berth-12: The Berth No. 12 has been designated as Oil Terminal to handle Chemical, LPG and POL products, edible oils etc. Vessels handling cargoes falling under this category shall be considered to berth on First Come First Serve Basis. Priority berthing is accorded at Berth No-12 for small parcel size vessel especially chemicals,POL products and edible oil for 12 Hrs excluding pre-commencement and post commencement activities subject to nomination of vessel during operation meeting before 72 hrs to berth. (Board Reso 96/2010-11, TN No: NMPT/TM/SM/2011 dated: 26.5.2011 And Trade Notice: NMPT/TM/SM/2015 dated: 09.10.2015)

 

Berth-13: The Berth has been designated as Oil Terminal to handle Chemical, LPG in VLGC and POL products. Vessels handling cargoes falling under this category shall be considered to berth on First Come First Serve Basis

Berth-14: The Berth has been designated for handling dusty cargo & berthing of such vessels is given on the principle of First come First Serve Basis. It's a deep draft dry bulk berth having a higher LOA and higher draft is usually preferred for vessels loading / discharging of large parcel size of cargo on the principle of First come First Serve Basis. Also can be used on basis of request/requirement of agents_ berthing of vessels to handle edible oil through flexible pipe lines. Priority berthing is accorded at Berth No-14 for Coastal Container vessels having arrival/sailing draft of more than 10.5 mtrs. (Board Reso. No: 52/2019-20).

 

Berth-15: Is a captive berth for the use of M/s. UPCL import consignments. The berth has a facility of mechanical unloading system installed by M/s. UPCL. Hence, berthing shall be based on the captive user's request//preference. However the preference of berthing shall be decided by the Port in the daily operation meeting. However if the berth is vacant and not required by M/s UPCL, the berth can be used for berthing of Non-Cargo operation vessels.

Berth-16: The berth is a common user facility having mechanical bulk unloading system installed by M/s CMCTPL. Once operational berthing shall be based on the licensee's request as per license agreement. However the preference of berthing shall be decided by the Port in the daily operation meeting. However if the berth is vacant and not required by M/s CMCTPL, the berth can be used for berthing of Non-Cargo operation vessels.

OTHER RESTRICTIONS

Berth No. 4: For Ammonia tankers, distance from manifold connection to stern not to exceed 9=85 mtrs

Berth No. 9:

 

a) LPG Tanker discharging through ELF Gas Loading Arms to have minimum 37.5 mtrs. PBL aft of the manifold and minimum 13.5 mtrs. forward of the manifold to ensure that the parallel body rests squarely on the fenders while discharging.

b) Tankers to have minimum 50 mtrs of parallel body length.

 

Berth No.14

Total length o the vessels at 14 West and 14 East should be

 

General

In case of deterioration of weather conditions the port reserves the right to either restrict berthing/ un berthing of certain vessels or suspend shipping operations totally until the weather condition improves.

 

Specific permission is required to consider vessels coming with less parallel body as recommended above considering the cargo, parcel size and weather condition on case to cast basis.

OTHER FACILITIES

STORAGE AREA

 

STORAGE CAPACITY

a) Transit Sheds / Overflow Sheds in the Wharf Area.
Transit Sheds:            
Numbers Area Capacity Location
01 3192 sq. m. 7980 MT Berth No. 4
01 4560 sq. m. 11400 MT Berth No. 2
Overflow Sheds
02 3600 sq. m. each 9000 MT Eastern side of 30 M wharf road.
New Sheds
02 3600 sq. m. each 8750 MT Near Container Yard
b) Open Stackyard :
Numbers Numbers Area Capacity
i. Open stackyard with bitumen pavement
1
18164 sq. m.
Behind B.No.3
ii. Open stackyard with bitumen pavement 1 5340 sq. m. Near Custom Office
iii. Container yard :-      
With bitumen pavement 1 28000 sq. m. Between Berth No.1 & 8
With Concrete paver block 1 12000 sq. m. ' ----
iv. Open stackyard without bitumen pavement 1 50000 sq.m. Behind B.No.14
v. Semi-paved Stackyard 1 9000 sq.m. ' ----
vi. Large open storage area near the berths and railway marshalling yard area.
vii. Back up area with paver blocks 1 28000 sq.m. Behind B.No.5, 6, & 7
viii. Open stackyard with bitumen pavement 1 2000 sq.m. Near Test House

CARGO HANDLING EQUIPMENTS

PORT

 

Sr. No. Description of equipment Capacity Numbers
1 Harbour Mobile Crane 63 T each 2
2
Fork Lift Trucks
03 T each 2
10 T each 1
3 Reach Stackers 45 T each 5

Private

Sr. No. Description of equipment Capacity Numbers
1 Harbour Mobile Crane 100 T each 2
  Type of Craft
Owned by Port Hired by Port
Total
Rated Capacity No. Rated Capacity
1
Tugs
03 Nos.
2 Nos.-32 T.B.P each 1 No.-50T.B.P
02 Nos
50 T.B.P each
05 Nos.
2
Launches  
1 No.-108 BHP each
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04 Nos
1) Mooring Launches
04 Nos
2 No.-140 BHP each
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1 No.-110 BHP
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2) Pilot Launches
02 Nos
1 No.-650 BHP each
     
1 No.-1200 BHP
----
1 No.-650 BHP
03 Nos

MAIN CARGO HANDLING

IMPORT: P.O.L.,Fertilizers, Machinery, Timber Logs, Iron scrap, Wood pulp, Steel pipe, Edible oil, Sugar, , Coal, Crude oil, Pol Products, Phos Acid, Liquid Ammonia.

EXPORT: Iron Ore Pellets, Wheat, Maize, Coffee, Granite Blocks, Machinery, Wind Mill parts, Cashew Kernels, Plywood, Acetone and Phenol, Sugar etc.

WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE

 Covered warehouses:

Numbers Area Capacity Location
i) Work Warehouses shop godown (VTMS) 1 2876 sq.m. 7190 MT each VTMS - Road
ii) Godown No.29 1 2754 sq.m. 6885 MT Marshalling Yard
iii) Godown No.30 1 2754 sq.m. 6885 MT Marshalling Yard
iv) Godown No.31 1 3966 sq.m. 9625 MT Commercial Yard along NH. 66
v) Godown No.32 1 3850 sq.m. 9625 MT Commercial Yard along NH. 66
                   
i) CWC(One is used as Container Freight Station)
2 7532 sq.m. 18830 MT
Marshalling Yard
2 7408 sq.m. 18520 MT
ii) M/s. Tata Coffee 1 3766 sq.m. 9415 MT Marshalling Yard
iii) M/s. Coffee Board 1 3766 sq.m. 9415 MT Marshalling Yard
iv) M/s. Aspinwall & Co. 2 7532 sq.m. 18830 MT Marshalling Yard
v) M/s. IPL 2 7000 sq.m. 17500 MT RCHW Colony Road

 

LOAD / DISCHARGE FACILITY SPECIFICATION

COAL DISCHARGE

 

Bulk cargo : Cargo will be discharged at alongside berth only (no facility to dish at anchorage) Discharging by ship’s cranes / grabs if it is a geared vessel. For gearless vessel two nos of Mobile Harbour Cranes can be used. Shore Mobile cranes can be work at berth no. 6/7/14E and 14W only. MHC can work at berth no. 2, 3 & 4.Average discharge rate of 15-18000 MTS PWWD achievable with min 03/04 working hooks in a day by using ship’s Gears & grabs. If gearless vessels then average discharge rate of 20/22000 MTS per day achievable basis working with 2 Mobile Harbour Crane/grabs. Average discharge rate at berth no. 15 about 25/30,000 MTS per day using two nos Mechanical unloaders.

GYPSUM DISCHARE

 

Bulk cargo : Cargo will be discharged at alongside berth only (no facility to dish at anchorage) Discharging by ship’s cranes / grabs if it is a geared vessel. For gearless vessel two nos of Mobile Harbour Cranes can be used. Shore Mobile cranes can be work at berth no. 6/7/14E and 14W only. MHC can work at berth no. 2, 3 & 4. Discharging rate of 12~15000 mts PWWD anticipated with min 03/04 working hooks in a day by ship’s Gears and Grabs. If gearless vessel then the discharging rate about 18~20000 mts per day could be achieved with 2 Mobile harbour cranes / Grabs.

MAIZE LOADING

 

Bulk cargo : Cargo will be discharged at alongside berth only (no facility to dish at anchorage) Discharging by ship’s cranes / grabs if it is a geared vessel. For gearless vessel two nos of Mobile Harbour Cranes can be used. Shore Mobile cranes can be work at berth no. 6/7/14E and 14W only. MHC can work at berth no. 2, 3 & 4. Average loading rate of 3000~3200 MTS PWWD achievable with min 03/04 working hooks in a day by using ship’s Gears & grabs. If gearless vessel then also average discharge rate of 3000~3200 MTS per day achievable basis working with 2 Mobile Harbour Crane/grabs.

METCOKE LOADING

 

Bulk cargo : Cargo will be discharged at alongside berth only (no facility to dish at anchorage) Discharging by ship’s cranes / grabs if it is a geared vessel. For gearless vessel two nos of Mobile Harbour Cranes can be used. Shore Mobile cranes can be work at berth no. 6/7/14E and 14W only. MHC can work at berth no. 2, 3 & 4. Average discharge rate of 12~15000 MTS PWWD achievable with min 03/04 working hooks in a day by using ship’s Gears & grabs. If gearless vessel then average discharge rate of 15~18000 MTS per day achievable basis working with 2 Mobile Harbour Crane/grabs.

ROCK PHOSPATE DISCHARGING

 

Bulk cargo : Cargo will be discharged at alongside berth only (no facility to dish at anchorage) Discharging by ship’s cranes / grabs if it is a geared vessel. For gearless vessel two nos of Mobile Harbour Cranes can be used. Shore Mobile cranes can be work at berth no. 6/7/14E and 14W only. MHC can work at berth no. 2, 3 & 4. Discharging rate of 08~10000 mts PWWD anticipated with min 03/04 working hooks in a day by ship’s Gears and Grabs. If gearless vessel then the discharging rate about 10~12000 mts per day could be achieved with 2 Mobile harbour cranes / Grabs.

UREA, DAP & MOP DISCHARGE

 

Bulk cargo : Cargo will be discharged at alongside berth only (no facility to dish at anchorage) Discharging by ship’s cranes / grabs if it is a geared vessel. For gearless vessel two nos of Mobile Harbour Cranes can be used. Shore Mobile cranes can be work at berth no. 6/7/14E and 14W only. MHC can work at berth no. 2, 3 & 4. Discharging rate of 5000~6000 mts PWWD anticipated with min 03/04 working hooks in a day by ship’s Gears and Grabs. If gearless vessel then the discharging rate about 8000~10000 mts per day could be achieved with 2 Mobile harbour cranes / Grabs subject to good weather condition.

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