APSEZ offers Cargo handling services at its Ports which involves loading/unloading from ships, moving to the yards, storage, destination movement and allied services.
Largely mechanised, all the companys ports have seamless connectivity to national roads and rail networks and have provisions for major expansion.
Mundra has the advantage of lying across the ocean from the Middle East, Africa and Europe - three of Indias biggest trading partners. Location apart, Mundra operates a multi-product, large-format, private SEZ. Mundra is the one of a select few ports with handling and storage facilities for crude oil, containers, dry bulk, break bulk, automobiles and liquid cargo. The port is a deep-draft port with 24 berths and two single point moorings. Its container terminals have the capacity to handle 4 million TEUs and the capability of berthing the largest container vessels calling at Indian ports.
The Mundra SEZ has an integrated offering with a multi cargo port, industrial park, and free trade zone which are robustly supported by excellent industrial infrastructure. Within the zone some of the focus clusters are Engineering, Oil & Gas, Chemicals & Petrochemicals, Textiles, Aerospace & Defence, Electronics Manufacturing Cluster, Food & FMCG, Ceramics and Free Trade Warehousing Zones.
Dahejs strengths include a deep-draft multi-cargo port, in the Gulf of Khambhat, on the Narmada estuary near Bharuch, Gujarat. With two berths, the port has a capacity to handle 20 MMTPA of cargo comprising coal, silica sand, rock phosphate, steel products and project cargo. Dahej has Indias first high speed elevated triangular gallery overland conveying system for coal transportation, which reduces dust pollution.