Port of Nhava Sheva print port info

Country:
India
UN/LOCODE:
INNSA
Local time:
Coordinates:
N 18° 57'   E 072° 56'
Last Update:
< 1 min ago

Contact info:
Jawaharlal Nehru ... Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust
Admin Building, Sheva, Uran,
Navi Mumbai-400 707,

Fax: 022 27244020

Web Site: http://www.jnport.gov.in/

Toll-free no : 1800 419 0281

JNP is the biggest container handling Port in India, handling around 55% of the country’s containerised cargo, crossing the historic landmark of 4 million TEU’s in container throughput and poised to handle 10 million TEU’s pa by year 2022-23, JNP throws open array of opportunity for shipping lines and shippers to move their cargo to various sector across the globe.

JNPCT, its own container terminal with the state of art facilities, meeting all international standards, user-friendly atmosphere, most economical, excellent connectivity by rail and road to the hinterland. Backup infrastructure like 34 CFSs, connectivity with 46 ICDs, Full fledge Custom House, Airport , Hotels, proximity to Mumbai, Pune, Nasik city and its industrial belt all makes JNPCT a unique container terminal of JN Port.

Recently modernisation of container terminal was undertaken by adding three new post-Panamax sizes Rail Mounted Quay Crane(RMQCs) at main berth totalling 9 RMQCs supported by 18 nos. RTGCs and 5 nos. RMGCs and installed old three cranes at shallow water berth which also became mechanised berth, in addition also developed other infrastructure facilities which helps JNPT’s cargo handling capacity gone up by around 12% .

The Port handled 4.50 million TEUs of container traffic registering growth of 0.19% during the financial year 2016-17, which is highest ever container traffic since the inception of the Port and 55%of the total container throughput of the country’s major ports. Out of the total traffic of 4.50 million TEUs, the share of the JNPCT was 1.53 million TEUs (34.09%), the share of NSICT was 0.73 million TEUs (16.19%), the share of NSIGT was 0.45 million TEUs (9.89%) and the remaining 1.79 million TEUs (39.83%) were contributed by APM Terminals.

Vessels in Port:
22
Expected Vessels:
11(T-AIS)
Sailed Vessels:
4

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Expected Vessels

Name ETA
NORTHERN PRELUDE Photo Northern Prelude   Liberia 18.07.2018 02:30 (T-AIS)
APL ENGLAND Photo APL England   Singapore 18.07.2018 03:30 (T-AIS)
HYUNDAI BRAVE Photo Hyundai Brave   Marshall Islands 18.07.2018 07:30 (T-AIS)
MAERSK GUAYAQUIL Photo Maersk Guayaquil   Hong Kong 18.07.2018 12:30 (T-AIS)
SEAMAX GREENWICH Photo Seamax Greenwich   Marshall Islands 18.07.2018 23:30 (T-AIS)

Moored Vessels

Name since
DUKE EXPRESS Photo Duke Express   India 17.07.2018 16:58 (T-AIS)
NORTHERN PRIORITY Photo Northern Priority   Liberia 17.07.2018 16:45 (T-AIS)
OCEAN DIVINE Photo Ocean Divine   India 17.07.2018 15:41 (T-AIS)
SHM23 Photo Shm23   India 17.07.2018 15:02 (T-AIS)
WAN HAI 501 Photo Wan Hai 501   Singapore 17.07.2018 14:56 (T-AIS)

Approaching Vessels

Name since
SHM23 Photo Shm23   India 17.07.2018 15:02
SHM 22 Photo Shm 22   India 17.07.2018 14:32
DUKE EXPRESS Photo Duke Express   India 17.07.2018 14:31
NORTHERN PRIORITY Photo Northern Priority   Liberia 17.07.2018 13:41
TAG SIA Photo Tag Sia   India 17.07.2018 13:35

Sailed Vessels

Name since
MOL GENEROSITY Photo MOL Generosity   Liberia 17.07.2018 13:08
BOONYA NAREE Photo Boonya Naree   Singapore 17.07.2018 11:31
TILOS Photo Tilos   Greece 17.07.2018 06:03
GINGA LION Photo Ginga Lion   Panama 17.07.2018 05:16
MOL COURAGE Photo MOL Courage   Japan 16.07.2018 10:55

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