The port at Hazira is a deep-draft facility near the diamond trading city of Surat, Gujarat. It is strategically located to allow global container operators to take advantage of the proposed Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor. The ports sophisticated handling and storage facilities, and capacity to handle 35 MMTPA, allow it to process multiple types of cargo.
The terminal at Visakhapatnam is capable of mooring Panamax vessels, with a capacity to handle 6.5 MMTPA of imported non-coking coal. This facility is well suited to serve customers in south and south east India.
Tuna Terminal handles all types of dry bulk cargo including coal, fertilisers and agriculture products. Tuna is a fully mechanised, highly automated dry bulk cargo handling facility. Tuna Terminal can easily handle vessels with deep draft in the Kandla waters.
Mormugao Terminal is a fully mechanised coal handling facility capable of handling panamax and capesize vessels.
With 18 meters draft, Dhamra is amongst the deepest ports of India and can accommodate super cape-size vessels up to 180,000 DWT. It is an all-weather, multi-user, multi-cargo port with a potential to handle more than 100 MMTPA of dry bulk, liquid bulk, break bulk, containerised and general cargo.
APSEZ has signed an agreement to operate the Kattupalli Port, for serving the growing demand in vicinity of Chennai. The port will help the trade in the region by seamless connectivity and congestion free alternative.
APSEZ is currently setting up a container terminal at Ennore in Tamil Nadu, which will directly benefit EXIM trade in North Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. The company has also begun developing Indias first mega transhipment port at Vizhinjam, Kerala.
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