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A New Era in Container Terminals
Corporate Profile
• Part of ‘CVR’ and Navayuga Group of Companies, whose strong credentials
include:
– Diversified portfol...
- Immediate Hinterland
– Southern Andhra Pradesh, Eastern Karnataka,
Northern Tamil Nadu
– Important centers – Bangalore, ...
Connectivity to Hinterland
KPCT
JNPT
Potential Hub port for Bay of Bengal
Main HaulTuticorin
Vishakhapatnam
Paradip
Kolkata Chittagong
Yangon
KPCT
Future Global Transhipment Hub
Main Haul
• Deepest draft of 21 mts
capable of handling 18,000
TEU mother vessels
• Indian ...
Layout of Master Plan
• Huge 6,500 acres of back-
up area
• Vast protected water front
of 12.5 kms, to develop 42
berths
•...
Snapshots of Krishnapatnam Port
Snapshots of Krishnapatnam Port
Snapshots of Krishnapatnam Port
Container Terminal – Phase I
Phase I
Date of Commissioning September 2011
Container Berths 2
Total Berth Length 650
Termin...
Snapshots of Container Terminal
Advantage KPCT
Current ports v/s KPCT
• Approach road to the Terminal –
Congestion and Safety constraints
– Average trailer queue of 6 to...
Current ports v/s KPCT
• Turnaround delays of trailers
– Average of 24-36 hours from entry to
exit of the port
– Lack of t...
Current ports v/s KPCT
• Constraints in Marine front
– Curved & narrow channels
– Limited capacity tugs – 3200 to 3500 bhp...
Advantage KPCT
• Strategic tie-up with:
– Main Line Operators (MLOs) & Feeders
– Freight Forwarders, CHAs, Logistic servic...
• First vessel of call – MV Maersk Dalton – 30th September 2011
• Marine:
– Container vessels handled – 10 vessels
– Total...
Container Terminal – Phase II
Phase II
Container Berths 7
Total Berth Length 2000 mts
Terminal Capacity 5 Mn TEUs
Draft Al...
Awards & Accolades
Lloyd’s List – Global Port
Operator of the Year 2011
2nd South East CEO
Conclave & Awards 2010 –
Non-Ma...
Challenges faced by Customers
“We are unhappy with the delays in Chennai Port. Such delays are leading
to totally avoidabl...
• Be a true partner to improve their business stature, by providing efficient and cost-
effective services
• Abreast with ...
Q & A
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  1. 1. A New Era in Container Terminals
  2. 2. Corporate Profile • Part of ‘CVR’ and Navayuga Group of Companies, whose strong credentials include: – Diversified portfolio consisting of public infrastructure (roads, bridges, metro rail, marine), IT/ITES, Ports, Power, SEZ, Steel and GIS – Annual turnover of US$ 1 Billion – Top line to touch US$ 10 Billion in next 5 years • Krishnapatnam Port – Current valuation of approx US$ 4 Billion – Total Investment planned US$ 3 Billion – Constructed & commissioned in record 18 months – India’s Largest port by 2016-17 with annual capacity of 200 MTPA and 42 berths – Container Terminal with final capacity of 7 Million TEUs per annum
  3. 3. - Immediate Hinterland – Southern Andhra Pradesh, Eastern Karnataka, Northern Tamil Nadu – Important centers – Bangalore, Hyderabad Ongole, Guntur, Kadapa, Chittor, Bellary - Secondary Hinterland – Southern Maharashtra, Chattisgarh – Important centers – Nagpur, Raipur, etc - Tertiary Hinterland – Northern parts of India – Important Centers - Loni, Dadri, Tuglakhabad Hinterland Highlights KPCT Hinterland - KPCT
  4. 4. Connectivity to Hinterland KPCT JNPT
  5. 5. Potential Hub port for Bay of Bengal Main HaulTuticorin Vishakhapatnam Paradip Kolkata Chittagong Yangon KPCT
  6. 6. Future Global Transhipment Hub Main Haul • Deepest draft of 21 mts capable of handling 18,000 TEU mother vessels • Indian GDP growing at 8.0%. • By 2050 (Citi report) India to become 2nd largest trading nation with 8.4% of global trade from current 1.5% • Visionary entrepreneurial drive and planning
  7. 7. Layout of Master Plan • Huge 6,500 acres of back- up area • Vast protected water front of 12.5 kms, to develop 42 berths • Deep draft of 18.0 mts. To be increased to 21.0 mts • Straight channel of 6.5 NM • One of largest turning circles of 550 mts • Master plan designed in accordance to wind direction & meteorological variations
  8. 8. Snapshots of Krishnapatnam Port
  9. 9. Snapshots of Krishnapatnam Port
  10. 10. Snapshots of Krishnapatnam Port
  11. 11. Container Terminal – Phase I Phase I Date of Commissioning September 2011 Container Berths 2 Total Berth Length 650 Terminal Capacity 1 Mn TEUs Draft Alongside 13.5 mts Total Area (hectares) 36 ha Yard Ground slots 4600 TEUs Yard Capacity 18400 TEUs Reefer plugs 400 Harbour Mobile Cranes 4 Quay cranes (Super Post Pnmx) 5 Rubber Tyred Gantry 4 Reachstackers (Kalmar) 6 x 42 MT Rail Siding 1 siding on dock
  12. 12. Snapshots of Container Terminal
  13. 13. Advantage KPCT
  14. 14. Current ports v/s KPCT • Approach road to the Terminal – Congestion and Safety constraints – Average trailer queue of 6 to 8 kms outside the port entry – Average time taken to reach the port entry – 2.5 days – Human habitat & settlement on the approach roads • Seamless congestion-free connectivity – 4-land dedicated road. Will be upgraded to 6-lane road – Dedicated railway line. Doubling work under construction Manali Express Highway to Chennai Port
  15. 15. Current ports v/s KPCT • Turnaround delays of trailers – Average of 24-36 hours from entry to exit of the port – Lack of trailer parking bays – Less maneuvering space inside the terminal • Efficient terminal operations – Average trailer turnaround time of 50 minutes from entry to exit of the port – 4-lane connectivity in entire port – Continuous vehicle movement monitoring
  16. 16. Current ports v/s KPCT • Constraints in Marine front – Curved & narrow channels – Limited capacity tugs – 3200 to 3500 bhp – Shortage of pilots – Pre-berthing delays – Low drafts – smaller vessels • World-class Marine Infrastructure – Wide & straight channel of 6.5 NM – Deepest draft port in India with 18.0 mts. To be increased to 21.0 mts – 4 nos. of most modern dedicated tugs , with capacities from 4000 to 4800 bhp – Port owned dredgers – 6 nos.
  17. 17. Advantage KPCT • Strategic tie-up with: – Main Line Operators (MLOs) & Feeders – Freight Forwarders, CHAs, Logistic service providers & Transporters – Container Train Operators (CTOs) – Inland Container Depots (ICDs) • CFS to be developed within port – Total Area – 48 acres. Provision to expand upto 300 acres – Capacity – 6,000 TEUs – Reefer points – 20 nos. – Covered warehouse space – 100,000 sqft – Servicing and Repairing Yards for Reefer and Ordinary Containers – Warehouse & yard management software – Rail siding within CFS – State-of-art security system with 24x7 CCTV monitoring • Customs facility – Functional custom EDI 1.5 connectivity – Dedicated Customs staff within the Terminal
  18. 18. • First vessel of call – MV Maersk Dalton – 30th September 2011 • Marine: – Container vessels handled – 10 vessels – Total TEUs handle – 23,730 TEUs – Berth Productivity ~ 51 moves • Rail – Total rakes handled – 124 with a total of 11,054 TEUs – Average rake unloading time – 29 minutes – Minimum rake unloading time – 9 minutes • Road – Total by road containers – 12,676 TEUs – Average truck turn around time (port) – 50 minutes – Average truck turn around time (Container Terminal) – 20 minutes Container Handling so far …
  19. 19. Container Terminal – Phase II Phase II Container Berths 7 Total Berth Length 2000 mts Terminal Capacity 5 Mn TEUs Draft Alongside 18.0 mts Total Area (hectares) 600 acres Yard Ground slots > 10,000 TEUs Yard Capacity > 40,000 TEUs Quay cranes (Super Post Pnmx) 20 Rubber Tyred Gantry 40 x 42 MT • Integrated Logistics park within port • On completion of Phase II, the total capacity of the terminal will be 7 Mn TEUs
  20. 20. Awards & Accolades Lloyd’s List – Global Port Operator of the Year 2011 2nd South East CEO Conclave & Awards 2010 – Non-Major Port of the Year South East CEO Conclave & Awards 2009 – Non-Major Port of the Year
  21. 21. Challenges faced by Customers “We are unhappy with the delays in Chennai Port. Such delays are leading to totally avoidable & unplanned costs in our import consignments” “Entire Tobacco exports are being routed through Chennai. If a viable solution is provided, exports can be routed through such Terminal” “Ready to route entire granite exports through KPCT, due to its proximity. We are awaiting for a line to schedule their call” “Unpredictability due to connectivity bottlenecks is leading to loss of goodwill with our buyers, apart from financial losses” “Faster clearance of containers is of utmost importance”
  22. 22. • Be a true partner to improve their business stature, by providing efficient and cost- effective services • Abreast with latest technologies, like RFID, enabling the customers to track their containers on real-time basis • Customized solutions based on the requirements of customers • State-of-art equipments to ensure fastest turnaround of the vessels / trucks / trains • Amicable Labour Management relationship, with zero downtime • Proactive custom procedures • Efficient links to ICDs • World class management, safety & security standards - ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 & ISO 28000 KPCT’s Commitment to Customers
  23. 23. Q & A

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