Infrastructure

Facilities

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    Twelve Dry Cargo berths are available with Quay Length of 2532 mtrs
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    Six Oil Jetties.
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    Total Custom Bonded Port Area inside the custom fencing is 253 hectares.
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    22 nos. Channel Marking (Polyethylene & MS Skirt) Buoys
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    02 nos. Cargo Mooring Buoys
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    Semi-automated Bagging and full rake loading facility for fertilizer at Godown No. 34, New Kandla

Container handling facilities at Kandla International Container Terminal

Container Terminal fully commissioned on 15.02.2018, with following facilities:

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    545 Mtrs of Quay Length
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    4 Nos of RMQC
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    4 Nos of RTGC, 4 Nos of Reach Stackers, 16 Nos of Prime Movers
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    13.82 Hectare plot for Container Yard
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    Container Freight Station Serving the Port – CWC Kandla, CWC Gandhidham, CONCOR, AV Joshi, Fair Deal.
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    48 Reefer Plug Points
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    Regular Feeder Service to middle east, Iran and Coastal
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    Best Economical handling charges & concessional TAMP tariff for coastal vessels.
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    Largest port serving the Northern hinterland
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    Separate stacking area for dangerous goods
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    Railway line adjacent to Container Yard with Deendayal Port as station code.

Steel Flooting Dry Dock

Deendayal Port Trust is operating a Steel Floating Dry Dock (SFDD) at Kandla since April, 1986. The existing steel floating dry dock caters to the need of the Port Crafts as well as outside organizations and having a capacity to accommodate vessels of following parameters

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    LOA maximum upto 95 mtrs.
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    Breadth maximum upto 20 mtrs.
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    Draft maximum upto 4,5 mtrs.
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    Lift displacement maximum upto 2500 tonnes.
Till 18th April, 2020 total 1,054 nos. vessels have been handled at SFDD. Details of nos. of vessels handled, availability & utilization during 2011 to 2020:
Financial year No. of vessels docked Availability of Dry Dock Utilization of Dry Dock
2011-12 32 100% 97.03%
2012-13 52 100% 98.36%
2013-14 47 100% 98.90%
2014-15 41 100% 98.90%
2015-16 48 100% 93.72%
2016-17 52 100% 95.89%
2017-18 38 100% 95.62%
2018-19 37 100% 95.62%
2019-20 59 100% 98.63%