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  • 1. National Conference on Infrastructure and Ports – Emerging Areas of Opportunities in Port Led Growth and Development with a Special Focus on “India’s Port Super Star – Gujarat” at AMA Auditorium, Ahmedabad Management Association, Ahmedabad on July 17-18, 2009 PRESENTATION BY : CAPT. GOPAL JHA. PRESIDENT (SHIPPING, LOGISTICS & INFRA) BHARATI SHIPYARD LIMITED.
  • 2. BHARATI SHIPYARD LIMITED 302, WAKEFIELD HOUSE SPROTT ROAD, BALLARD ESTATE, MUMBAI 400 001. 2
  • 3. View of Ratnagiri Yard 3
  • 4. View of Ratnagiri Yard View of Ratnagiri Yard 4
  • 5. INTRODUCTION : BHARATI Established in 1976, as a Private Limited Company in Mumbai. Private Sector Indian Shipyard. Engaged in the design and construction of various types of sea going, coastal, harbour, inland crafts and vessels. Specialises in ship repairs of technical nature. Vessels required for Offshore Industry (OSVs, MSVs, PSVs, etc), Rigs, Manoeuvrable and Power Packed Ocean Going Tractor Tugs, Cargo Ships, Tankers, Dredgers, etc. Ship Yards at Dabhol, Ratnagiri, Ghodbunder (Maharashtra), Mangalore, Goa and Kolkatta. Greenfield Ship Yards at Dabhol and Mangalore. Design Office in Mumbai. 5
  • 6. RECENT ACHIEVEMENTS Construction of Self-Elevating Jack-up Drill Rig of 470 ft., facilities for production at Dabhol created within record time of 18 months. Construction of sophisticated Offshore Vessels including MSV, PSV, AHTS, etc. Increase in level of technology (Present 2 – 2.5, Targeted 3.5 – 4.0) Use of Automatic CNC Cutting & Welding machines, Panel Lines, Pipe Bending Machines, etc. Acquisition of Equipments & Machinery of Swan Hunter Shipyard. The machinery and equipments were upgraded in the year 2003 as per the requirements of MOD for construction of advanced vessels for Navy. All machinery and equipments were maintained in excellent operational condition, a pre-condition of MOD. Development of Greenfield Shipyards at Dabhol & Mangalore. Orders from across the world including France, Norway, South America, Netherlands, Singapore, Germany, Middle East, etc. 6
  • 7. GREENFIELD EXPANSIONS AT DABHOL, MAHARASHTRA Plans to build vessels upto 100,000 DWT. Capacity to build Jack-up Drill Rigs. Spread over more than 250 Acres area, proposed to set up SEZ. Proposed Investments of Indian Rupees 600 Crores. Employment to approx. 2000 persons directly in the shipyard. Capacity to repair vessels upto 100,000 DWT and Refurbishing/Repairs of Jack-up Drill Rigs. State of the art infrastructure and high level of technology. 7
  • 8. GREENFIELD EXPANSIONS AT MANGALORE Project Implementation in progress. Plans to build vessels upto 60,000 DWT. Develop Capabilities to repair vessels upto 60,000 DWT. Spread over 90 Acres area. Proposed investments of Indian Rupees 400 crores. Employment to approx. 2000 persons directly in the shipyard. Part of Swan Hunter equipments to be installed at the yard. Located in ONGC SEZ. 8
  • 9. FUTURE PLANS OF BHARATI To set up state of the art greenfield shipyard at Mahuva Bandar in Gujarat and commence production by First Quarter of 2011. To set up a Mega Shipyard (JV) on the East Coast of India to build and repair vessels upto 2,50,000 DWT. To build technologically advanced vessels including Semi- Submersible Rigs, FPSO, Offshore Structures, Chemical Carriers, Gas Tankers, etc. To upgrade to technology level 3.5 – 4.0 at the greenfield yards. To take active interest for development of supply chain in the country and achieve high level of indigenisation. 9
  • 10. SELF ELEVATING JACK UP DRILL RIG : CONSTRUCTION IN PROGRESS AT USGAON (PORT DABHOL) SHIPYARD 10
  • 11. SELF ELEVATING JACK UP DRILL : CONSTRUCTION IN PROGRESS AT USGAON (PORT DABHOL) SHIPYARD 11
  • 12. SELF ELEVATING JACK UP DRILL RIG : CONSTRUCTION IN PROGRESS AT USGAON (PORT DABHOL) SHIPYARD 12
  • 13. GREENFIELD SHIPYARD AT USGAON (PORT DABHOL), MAHARASHTRA. LOCATION OF SHIPYARD Bharati Shipyard Limited has established its new shipyard facilities on the north bank of river Vashishti, located on Latitude 17º 35.50´ North, Longitude 073º 11.80´ E. The shipyard is surrounded by villages Usgaon on north, Navasewadi on east and Dabhol on west; it is surrounded by hills on these three sides and river Vashishti flows south of the shipyard. The shipyard is located approx. 3.5 nm inwards from the mouth of the river where it joins the Arabian Sea. The site is located approx. 250 kms. south of Mumbai by road and approx. 94 nm by sea. The site can be approached from Mumbai by road following NH-17 upto Khed and via Dapoli – Dabhol route. It is approx. 70 kms. from Khed junction via Khed-Dapoli-Dabhol route. The alternative route, diverting to right from NH-17 at Toll Fata (approx. 15 kms before Mahad) and then following Toll Fata-Ambet-Mahapral-Mandangad-Dapoli-Dabhol roads saves approx. 45 minutes. The nearest airport is located at Mumbai. The nearest railheads are Khed/Chiplun (Konkan Railway). The site can be approached by road from south (Ratnagiri-Goa) following NH-17 upto Chiplun and then following Shringar Tali-Guhagar-Dhopave Jetty roads and further crossing over to Dabhol village by car ferry which plies between Dabhol and Dhopave. 13
  • 14. GREENFIELD SHIPYARD AT USGAON (PORT DABHOL), MAHARASHTRA. 14
  • 15. DEVELOPMENT OF GREENFIELD SHIPYARD AT DABHOL IN MAHARASHTRA 15
  • 16. DEVELOPMENT OF AMENITIES FOR SHIPYARD AT USGAON (PORT DABHOL) 16
  • 17. UNLOADING OF SWAN HUNTER MACHINERY AT DABHOL 17
  • 18. SWAN HUNTER SHIPYARD • Swan Hunter Shipyard - one of the major shipyards in UK. • Built air craft carriers, offshore platforms and other very sophisticated and advanced vessels for Ministry of Defence. • Entire plant, machinery and equipments which were upgraded in 2003 as per conditions of MOD and maintained in excellent operational condition, acquired by Bharati. • Acquisition will enable Bharati to build vessels upto 100,000 DWT and other advanced vessels. • Acquisition to enable Bharati increase the level of technology to 3.5 in the new shipyards. 18
  • 19. 2 NOS. 180 TONS LUFFING CRANES 19
  • 20. 150 M. x 40 M. FLOATING DOCK FROM SWAN HUNTER TOWED TO USGAON (PORT DABHOL) SHIPYARD 20
  • 21. CNC AUTOMATIC PLATE CUTTING MACHINE 21
  • 22. 1554 MM DIA x 24 M. LONG PIPE PROFILE CUTTING MACHINE 22
  • 23. 1200 TONS x 40 FEET HYDRAULIC FLANGING PRESS 23
  • 24. 2000 TONS x 42 FEET HYDRAULIC ROLLING PRESS 24
  • 25. PANEL LINES FOR HIGH VOLUME STEEL PROCESSING 25
  • 26. ROBOTISED SECTION CUTTING MACHINE 26
  • 27. AUTO STIFFENER FITTING MACHINE 27
  • 28. 200 TONS PRESS BRAKE 28
  • 29. 15 TONS MAGNETIC CLAMPING EOT CRANE FOR STEEL STOCKYARD 29
  • 30. STEEL FABRICATION HALL 30
  • 31. STEEL FABRICATION HALL 31
  • 32. 55 TONS EOT CRANES FOR FABRICATION HALL 32
  • 33. 170 TONS TRANSPORTER 33
  • 34. LUFFING CRANES : 180 TONS LIFTING CAPACITY 34
  • 35. PROPOSED SHIPYARD AT MAHUVA BANDAR, BHAVNAGAR, GUJARAT. 35
  • 36. PROPOSED SHIPYARD AT MAHUWA BANDAR, BHAVNAGAR,GUJARAT. ESTIMATED CAPITAL EXPENDITURE (PHASE-I) Sr. Particulars Rs. in Crores 1 Land, Dredging, Design & Consultancy 70.00 2 Floating Dock/Dry Dock 120.00 3 Outfitting/Repair Jetties 60.00 4 Plant, Machinery, Cranes & other Equipments 270.00 Fabrication, Assembly, Administrative Blocks & 5 50.00 Outfitting Sheds 6 Detailed Engineering Design & Drawings 10.00 7 Miscellaneous Structures, R&D Center 20.00 Total 600.00 36
  • 37. PROPOSED SHIPYARD AT MAHUVA BANDAR, BHAVNAGAR,GUJARAT. IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE Particulars Commencement Completion Land Acquisition Aug, 2009 Oct, 2009 Site/CRZ/NOC from SPCB Oct, 2009 Jan, 2010 Dredging & Reclamation Works Jan, 2010 May, 2011 Detailed Design Jan, 2010 Jun, 2010 Fabrication Sheds Mar, 2010 Dec, 2010 Cranes, Machinery, Equipments Dec, 2009 Mar, 2011 Outfitting Sheds May, 2010 Mar, 2011 Building Dock/Slipway/Outfitting Mar, 2010 Jun, 2011 Jetty/Berths Administration Blocks & Other Jan, 2010 Dec, 2010 Sheds 37
  • 38. PROPOSED SHIPYARD AT MAHUVA BANDAR, BHAVNAGAR,GUJARAT. VESSELS PLANNED FOR BUILDING S.N. DWT TYPE Length Beam Tonnes 1 170.00 m. 25.50 m. 25,000 Handy Multi-Purpose 2 177.00 m. 30.00 m. 35,000 Handy Bulk 3 185.00 m. 32.26 m. 45,000 Handymax Bulk 4 190.00 m. 32.26 m. 54,000 Handymax Bulk 5 220.00 m. 32.26 m. 65,000 Panamax Bulk 6 240.00 m. 32.26 m. 75,000 Panamax Bulk 7 222.00 m. 36.92 m. 93,000 Post-Panamax Bulk 8 250.00 m. 44.00 m. 1,15,000 Aframax Tanker 9 270.00 m. 40.00 m. 65,000 5600 TEUS Container 10 Jack Up Drill Rigs 11 FPSO 12 Semi-Submersible Rigs 38
  • 39. PROPOSED SHIPYARD AT MAHUWA BANDAR, BHAVNAGAR,GUJARAT. AREA REQUIREMENTS Area Description Requirement in Acres Main Production Units 100 Marine Facilities : Docks/Berths/Quays 40 Reserved for Future Expansions 25 Ship Repair Workshop Units 15 Ancillary Storage Areas/Buildings/Amenities 60 Roadways/Walkways/Clear Spaces 30 Green Areas/Parks 90 Grand Blocks/Blocks/Units Buffer Storage 10 Staff Quarters & Amenities 15 Recreation/Shopping/Sports Facility/ School 15 TOTAL : 400 ACRES 39
  • 40. PROPOSED SHIPYARD AT MAHUWA BANDAR, BHAVNAGAR,GUJARAT. SHIPBUILDING PROCESSES 40
  • 41. PROPOSED SHIPYARD AT MAHUVA BANDAR, BHAVNAGAR,GUJARAT. PROJECT BENEFITS 1. Direct employment of approx. 3,000 persons in the shipyard. 2. Indirect employment generation for additional 30,000 persons. 3. Company to build Housing for staff , School, Hospital and other related amenities as per the requirements. 4. Bharati to set up Ship Building Training Institute for training manpower.Technical skills of Inhabitants will be upgraded as shipbuilding is a highly technical work. 5. Shipbuilding Training Institute to enable people of the entire region to acquire shipbuilding skills. 6. Entire surrounding areas will be benefited due to direct employment by Bharati and high employment generation in ancillary/services industries. 7. Development of surrounding areas due to development of infrastructure and opportunities for employment. 8. Standards of living, educational background and skills of local people to improve due to induced development in the region. 41
  • 42. INDIAN SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY 42
  • 43. RATIONALE FOR INVESTMENT IN SHIP BUILDING INDUSTRY • Largest generation of employment per capita of investment; creates infrastructure. • Largest generation of indirect employment. For every 1 person employed in a shipyard, indirect employment generation for 10 persons in ancillary and support industries. • Called a Sun Rise Industry. Vital for industrial development of a nation. Examples : Japan, South Korea, PRC. • Huge potential for investments in engineering industries as the supply chain can be developed within the country. • Requires skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled work force. Improves the technical qualifications of the work force. 43
  • 44. PRESENT STATUS OF INDIAN SHIPBUILDING • 8 large public sector shipyards, few large private sector yards and other smaller yards. • Very few new shipyards announced due to • Heavy capital investment • Long gestation period • Government approvals through various agencies • Multiple taxes including Excise duty, VAT, Service tax, Customs duty, Income-tax, Octroi, etc. • Cost disadvantage vis-à-vis other shipbuilding nations • Investment plans of Rs. 18,500 crores announced. • Supply chain and indigenisation not developed. 44
  • 45. COMPARATIVE DISADVANTAGE TO INDIAN SHIP BUILDING INDUSTRIES Sector Domestic Sale Export Sale China Korea China Korea Differential Impact of Statutory Levies CD, ED, VAT & Octroi 8.30% 8.30% 2.91% 2.91% Service Tax 1.48% 1.48% 1.48% 1.48% Corporate Tax 1.40% - 1.40% - Cost Differential on Account of Financial Charges Charges towards Bank Guarantees 0.86% 0.86% 0.86% 0.86% Interest on Working Capital 2.60% 1.60% 2.60% 1.60% Interest on Capital Expenditure 0.74% 0.74% 0.74% 0.74% Insurance Charges 0.40% 0.40% 0.40% 0.40% Cost Differential on account of Import Dependence Sea Freight differentials 3.90% 4.50% 3.90% 4.50% Clearing & Forwarding 0.30% 0.90% 0.30% 0.90% Other Costs due to External Factors Bulk purchase discounts on purchase of inputs 3.25% 6.50% 3.25% 6.50% 45
  • 46. POLICY SUPPORT FOR SHIP BUILDING IN CHINA • Export buyers’ credit to overseas buyers at nominal rate of 2.7%. • Export sellers’ credit to shipyards at nominal rate of 2.7%. • 17% VAT refund on export of ships as well as domestic sales. • Debt Guarantee schemes offered in some provinces. • Provides subsidy on inland sailing ships . • Sovereign Refund Guarantees provided to specific class of ships. • Customs duty rebate on imported inputs to shipbuilding. • VAT refund on domestic inputs to shipbuilding. • Accelerated depreciation allowed to shipyards. • Exemption from Enterprise Income Tax equivalent to corporate tax is offered by the Central and Provincial governments. • Ploughing back of tax proceeds into creation of infrastructure for shipyard zones. 46
  • 47. POLICY SUPPORT REQUIRED FOR INDIAN SHIP BUILDING INDUSTRIES • Single Window clearance – Fast track clearance for shipyard projects (Site/CRZ clearance & NOC from SPCB in stipulated time frame). • Infrastructure Status / Subsidy – To negate the impact of taxes and other levies. • Additional Benefits to be provided for R & D. • Setting up of training institutes for developing higher shipbuilding skills. • Development of ancillary industries and efficient supply chain management system. • Production of shipbuilding quality steel indigenously at competitive international prices. • Duty concessions on shipbuilding steel. 47
  • 48. POLICY SUPPORT REQUIRED FOR INDIAN SHIP BUILDING INDUSTRIES • Establishment of National Co-ordination Committee to implement and monitor development of shipyards, ancillary industries & supply chain management system. • Central agency for industry representation before government agencies for various concessions / subsidies / tax exemptions, etc. • Co-operation between various shipyards and training institutes for development & transfer of technology and R & D work. • Development of resources (human, technical, manufacturing, supply chain, etc.) required for large scale shipbuilding. • To draw up MASTER IMPLEMENTATION PLAN to • Increase GLOBAL shipbuilding market share from present 1.13% to 5% in next 3 years, 10% in next 7 years and 15% by 2020. • Construction of very sophisticated vessels like Rigs, FPSO, passenger vessels, offshore structures, LNG carriers, etc. 48
  • 49. SUPPORT FROM GOVERNMENT FOR DEVELOPMENT OF SHIPYARD AT MAHUVA BANDAR • In-principle approval for the Shipyard Project. • Advance possession of GMB and Revenue land for the shipyard. • NOCs for purchase of private land for the development of shipyard. • Fast track clearance at State Government and Central Government levels (Site/CRZ Clearance and NOC from State Pollution Control Board). • Facilitation of Permissions/NOCs at local levels. • Support for setting up Sector Specific SEZ Shipyard. • Development of basic infrastructure like connecting roads, supply of required water and electricity for the shipyard. 49
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