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Chennai port trust

  1. 1. Chennai Port Trust  Submitted by -  Sushant Mangal  Mustansir lokhandwala
  2. 2. Introduction Formerly known as Madras Port. Second largest port of India. Has 3 docks, 24 berths and draft ranging from 12 to 16.5 m . Handling 60 million tonnes of cargo. Direct connectivity to 50+ ports
  3. 3. History Maritime trade started way back in 1639 on the sea shore Chennai. An artificial harbor was built and the operations were started in 1881. In 1920 the port was equipped with a dock of four berths in the West Quays. In 1983, Country’s first dedicated container terminal of 380 mt. length facility was commissioned by the then prime minister Smt. Indira Gandhi.
  4. 4. LocationLatitude - 13° 06’ NLongitude - 80° 18’ EClimate - TropicalTime - +5 Hrs. 30 Minutes
  5. 5. LAYOUT OF CHENNAI PORT
  6. 6. Port InfrastructureDr. Ambedkar Dock :  It has a total Quay length of around 2.3 Km .  It has 12 Berths which generally cater to passengers , general cargo , fertilizers , and other cargoes .  One berth is presently dedicated to Naval vessels.  The draft in the dock varies from minimum of 8.5 m for passenger berth to a maximum of 12 m for general / ore berths .  The Entrance channel is 125 m wide .
  7. 7. Dr. Ambedkar Dock
  8. 8.  Jawahar Dock :  It has a total Quay length of around 1.3 Km .  It has 6 Berths which generally cater to food-grains , coal and other ores .  This is a closed dock with basin dimensions of 655 m * 152 m.  The draft in the dock varies from minimum of 10.4 m to 11.0 m .  In view of the trade requirements and future ship sizes, this dock will be dredged to a depth of 14 m to enable handling of larger vessels .
  9. 9. Jawahar Dock
  10. 10.  Bharathi Dock :  It has a total Quay length of around 1.9 Km with around 380 m for handling iron ore , 885 m for container and rest for POL .  It has 3 Berths which generally cater to oil and iron ores .  The iron ore berth can cater to even Post-Panamax ships having a draft upto 16.5 m.  The two POL berths have draft of 14.6 m to 16.5 m .  The iron ore berth and the POL berths are the deepest berths at the Port .  The dock has a capacity of more than 12 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa)
  11. 11. Bharathi Dock
  12. 12. Hinterland mapping for Chennai Currently cargo to/from ChPT is handled through rail (33%) , road (40 %) , and pipeline (27%) .
  13. 13. Connectivity
  14. 14. Road Connectivity
  15. 15. Use of Multi – Trailer System (MTS) The proposed new container terminals would use tractor- trailer trains (road units) that can carry up to 6 teu with either two 20-feet or one 40-feet container on each of the three trailers. The multi-trailer system (MTS) would quickly and efficiently shuttle containers between the Port’s inter- modal rail yard and the terminals.
  16. 16. Multi – Container Truck
  17. 17. Terminals Container terminals : - The port has two container terminals, run separately by D.P World Pvt. Ltd and Singapore’s PSA International Pte Ltd, with a combined capacity to handle 2.8 million standard containers a year . The port is served by various container liner services, namely, APL, Kline , Maersk Line , MOL , NYK , PIL and several regional container lines.
  18. 18. Container Terminal
  19. 19.  Chennai Container Terminal : Chennai Container Terminal (CCT) is the first container terminal in Chennai port built in 1983. The container terminal was privatized in 2001 and is operated by DP World since 30 November 2001 with a capacity of 1.2 million TEUs. The terminal is capable of handling fifth generation vessels up to 6,400 TEU and has direct services to China, West Africa, Europe and the United States. The terminal crossed the "one million TEU" mark in 2007. In 2011, it handled 1.12 million TEUs. It enjoys a Quay length of 885 m (2,904 ft) and has 4 berths with an alongside depth of 13.4 m (44 ft), height (ISLW to Top of Cope) of 34 m (112 ft), channel length of 6,700 m (22,000 ft) and channel depth of 19.2 m (63 ft).
  20. 20. Chennai Container Terminal
  21. 21. Chennai international container terminal (CITPL): Chennai International Terminal Pvt Ltd (CITPL) is the second container terminal that started operations from June 22, 2009 with berths SCB1, SCB2 and SCB3. With 35 ha (86 acres) of yard space and three berths with a total quay length of 832 m (2,730 ft), the terminal offers an annual capacity of 1.5 million TEUs CITPL would be able to accommodate 8,000-TEU vessels with drafts up to 15.5 m (51 ft).
  22. 22. Chennai International Terminus Pvt. Ltd .
  23. 23. Other terminals at the Chennai Port Ro-Ro Car Terminal : ChPT is expected to handle 2,02,696 cars in 2012 at an increase in growth rate of 12 % compared to 1,02,692 cars handled in 2005-2006 .
  24. 24. Cargo handling equipment Equipment Quantity Floating Crane 1 Electric Wharf Crane 12 Mobile Cranes 3 Gantry Cranes 4 Fore lift trucks 29
  25. 25. Marine Operations and Equipment  Flotilla : Equipment Quantity Tugs 7 Pilot Launches 3 Mooring Launches 4 Other facilities : Mechanized ore handling facility . Water suppy . Bunkering . Crude oil handling facility .
  26. 26. Warehousing and Storage capacity a) Covered : No. Area 1. Warehouses 12 65,686 Sq.mtrs. 2. Transit sheds 8 36,000 Sq.mtrs. 3. Covered area for FCI 6 43,450 Sq.mtrs. Container Freight 4. 2 12,600 Sq.mtrs Stations b) Open: 1. Open space 3,25,000 Sq. mtrs. 2. Container Parking Area 1,30,000 Sq. mtrs. Port railways : Broad Guage 68.8kms.
  27. 27. Commodities handled P.O.L Iron ore Fertilizers Non cooking coal Cooking coal Container cargo Coal Automobile
  28. 28. Cargo wise performance indicator (IN 000 Tonnes) For the Month of June 2012 From Apr 2012-June 2012Commodity Imports Exports Total Target Imports Exports Total TargetP.O.L 1257 118 1375 1125 3141 383 3524 3375IRON ORE - - 0 0 - - - 0Fertilizer 0 - 0 34 63 - 63 100Fertilizer 80 - 80 26 90 - 90 79(RAW)NON COKING COAL 0 - 0 0 0 - 0 0COKING COAL 0 - 0 0 0 - 0 0CONT. CARGO 1297 1241 2538 2500 3980 3637 7617 7500OTHER CARGO 628 298 926 1065 1565 793 2358 3195TOTAL 3262 1657 4919 4750 8839 4813 13652 14249Container 131486 394677in TEUs
  29. 29. Statistics (Current Year Analysis) Handled 55707 TEU traffic at current march-april 2012. The capacity of berth 3 and berth 4 has been taken to 18.00MT and 24.00MT resp. in current year. Total no of vessel handled in 2011-12 is 2043. Coking coal has grown from 0.4 Mtpa in 2000 to 1.26 Mtpa in 2006 showing a 215% phenomenal growth. Thermal coal is one commodity which has dropped drastically from 9.0 Mtpa to 2.0 Mtpa. Exports of iron ore are touching a 10 Mtpa mark. Port handled 2lakh cars in 2011-12 with the growth rate of 12%.
  30. 30. Projected growth rate Coal 10% Iron ore 5% POL 5% Containers 12% Automobiles 12% Passengers 5%
  31. 31. Thank You !!

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