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Saturday, July 20, 2019

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Indian PM Narendra Modi dedicated to the nation the 4th container terminal built at Navi Mumbai. Photo: Nitin Gadkari

Indian PM Narendra Modi Lays Foundation Stone For JNPT Fourth Countainer Terminal

India's biggest container traffic handler Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT) has achieved yet another milestone in its ambitious journey to become a world class maritime hub when the Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for the fourth container terminal, proposed to be developed at an estimated cost of Rs. 7915 Crores (USD 1.23 bln) on DBFOT basis. Modi arrived at the JNPT Helipad- accompanied by the Maharashtra Governor Ch. Vidyasagar Rao, Union Minister of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways  Nitin Gadkari, the state Chief Minister Devendra Fadanvis and other dignitaries.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Photo: PIB

Mumbai Harbour Channel and JN Port Channel to Expand

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, India chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Wednesday approved fresh estimates of the project Deepening and Widening of Mumbai Harbour Channel and JN Port Channel (Phase-II). The cost of the project will be Rs 2029 crore excluding the Service Tax. The entire project cost will be funded through internal resources of JN Port Trust (JNPT) with market borrowing, if necessary. The project includes the existing channel to be widened from presently 370 m to 450 m for straight reach, channel to be extended from existing 33.5 Kms to 35.5 Kms.

Photo: Jawaharlal Nehru Port Container Terminal

JNPCT Achieves Record Performance

Jawaharlal Nehru Port Container Terminal (JNPCT) handled 14,29,936 TEUS of cargo till March 7 as compared to 14,29,277 TEUs, registering a growth of 7.6 per cent. "JNPCT, one of the four terminals at JNPort which is directly managed by Port authority, handled 14,29,936 TEUS (Twenty Foot Equivalent Unit) till March 7, surpassing last year record of 14,29,277 TEUs and registering 7.6 per cent YoY growth in cargo throughput," the Ministry of Shipping said in a statement. In a major attempt to rise above conventional standards and achieve high benchmarks…

Neeraj Bansal, Dy.Chairman, JNPT addressing the gathering on JNPT’s initiatives for DPD. Photo: PIB, Govt of India

JNPT to Support Direct Port Delivery Facility

Indian government is exhorting importers to use the Direct Port Delivery (DPD) facility, an initiative aimed at reducing dwell time and transaction costs, reported PTI. According to Ministry of Shipping, the Direct Port Delivery (DPD) is a major initiative of the Centre under programmes like Make in India and Ease of Doing Business and very important drive for reduction of dwell time and transaction cost. In a workshop on “Direct Port Delivery at Indian Ports-Challenges & Opportunities”…

Photo: Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust

JN Port Trust Improves Efficiencies

With the strong commitment to provide seamless services to the customers as India’s prime facilitator of international trade,  Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT), in the last one year, has focussed on ‘Ease of Doing Business’ says a report in the Hindu. Once known for its inefficiency in the maritime world, India’s number one Container Port  has taken a number of initiatives to streamline the processes and make it easier for the clients and partners to do business with the Port.

Stone laying ceremony

Foundation Stone Laid for New PSA CT in Mumbai

Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals Private Limited (BMCT), a wholly-owned subsidiary of PSA Bharat Investments Pte Ltd (which is a subsidiary of PSA International) celebrated the laying of the foundation stone today to mark an important chapter in the development of the fourth container terminal in Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JN Port), India. The ceremony was graced by The Honourable Shri Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India; Shri Nitin Jairam Gadkari, Union Minister for Shipping…

JNP Container Terminal

Anil Diggikar named Chairman, JNPT

The Shipping Ministry, Government of India has named Anil Udhavrao Diggikar, a Maharashtra cadre Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer of the 1990 batch, as the new chairman of the state-owned Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT). AT present Mr Diggikar is the vice chairman and managing director of the Maharashtra State Road Development Corp. Ltd. The port will be having a Chairman after a long gap as the port did not have a fulltime chairman even since N.N. Kumar demitted office in March this year.

Gateway Terminals India (GTI)

JNPort Takes Steps to Regularise Traffic - GTI Shutdown

As Gateway Terminals India (GTI) (one of the private terminal at JNPort, a JV between APM Terminals (APMT) and state-owned rail operator Container Corporation of India) is facing shutdown in operations due to the strike of contractor's employees engaged by Cargotek handling yard crane operations demanding their absorption in GTI pay roll, JNPort has made an all-out effort to regularise the traffic in and around the port. Some of the vessels meant for APMT terminal is being handled at neighbouring terminal of NSICT and NSIGT and JNPCT is handling the reefer export cargoes of GTI.

Neeraj Bansal, Chairman in-charge JNPT (left) receiving the Radiation Detection equipment from P. Sudhakar, CMD, ECIL (right) in the presence of Dr. R.K.Sinha Chairman, AEC and Secretary, DAE)

JNPT Installs ECIL's Radiological Detection Equipment

P.Sudhakar, Chairman & Managing Director, Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL) handed over a critical homeland security system - Radiological Detection Equipment (RDE) to Neeraj Bansal, Chairman In charge, Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT), Mumbai in presence of Dr. R.K.Sinha, Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission and Secretary, Department of Atomic Energy at an impressive function at JNPort today. JNPort is the largest container port in India handling the major container traffic of the country.

( L- R) N.N.Kumar, Chairman, JNPT, announces  the operational results (center). Also seen are A.K.Bose, Chief Manager(traffic), Neeraj Bansal, Dy. Chairman, S.K.Kaul, Chief Manager(Admn.)& Secy.

JNPT Achieves Higher Productivity in 2014

At a meeting with the Port customers and other stake holders/ agencies, the Chairman, JNPT, N.N.Kumar, announced the  performance  achieved by JN Port in calendar year 2014 totalled 64.42 million tonnes. This year container handling was 4.47 million TEU’s registering the growth of 8.48%. The share of JNPCT( the Port owned and operated container terminal ) is 1.32 million TEU’s and the other  container terminals,  i.e, GTICT and NSICT handled 1.99 million TEU’s   and  1.16 million TEUs, respectively.

N.N.Kumar Chairman of JNPT seen sweeping the  street near the St. Mary’s JNP School

Launch of “SwachhBharat Abhiyan” in JNPT

In response to the Nation’s call by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, followed by the communication from the Ministry of Shipping, Jawaharlal Nehru Port (INPT) has launched the “Swachh BharatAbhiyan” (MyCleanIndia – Of Dirt and Cleanliness) at the Port. The Abhiyan was formally inaugurated by JNPT Chairman, Mr. N.N.Kumar, IRS in the presence of the Deputy Chairman, Mr. Neeraj Bansal,IRS; the Chief Vigilance Officer, Mr Sushovan Banerjee, IPS;the Heads of Departments and other officials of JNPT.