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Flow of Presentation

Flow of Presentation
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R 1. Gujarat – Land of
T Opportunities
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2. Introduction to Ports
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F 3. Locations (Map)
G 4. Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB)
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5. Sites under development by
A GMB
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A 6. Busy Ports
T 7. Conclusion
8. Bibliography

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 STRONG GUJARAT…. PROGRESSIVE
GUJARAT
  

P Our Responsibility
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Growth of Gujarat for Development of India
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  Our Aim
O  To establish Gujarat as a front-runner State in Global competition
F

G  Our Base
U  Cultural heritage
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A Our Land

T Fertility – Sow a Rupee, reap a Dollar


Our Strength
 Gujaratis with enterprising nature spread all across the globe
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Gujarat… Land of Opportunities
Gujarat… Land of Opportunities
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O Ø 6 % of Geographical Area
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S Ø 5 % of the Population of India
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Ø State Contributes 21 % of Major Exports
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J Ø A leading State in Manufacturing Sector
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Ø SEZs: Paradise for Investors

Ø Developed a Global Brand Image


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Introduction to Ports of Gujarat
Introduction to Ports of Gujarat
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Ø Situated on the western coast line of
R India
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S Ø Nearly 1600 Kms Coastline (in total 1/3 coast line
of India)
O
F Ø Nearest outlet to Middle East, Africa,
G Europe
U
J Ø There are 41 Ports
A
R Ø Kandla Major Port
A
T Ø Out of 40 other ports
 11 are Intermediates
 29 are under the control of Gujarat Maritime

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Kandl
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Mundr
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Dahej
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A Porbanda
T r Pipav
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Gujarat Maritime Board
Gujarat Maritime Board
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O Ø Established in 1982
R
T Ø Current Chairman – Mr. A.K. Joti
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Ø Best in terms of Cargo Handling and Ship
O Breaking
F
Ø Handles record 82.54 million tones with
G growth of 13% over previous years
U
J Ø Expected to increase by year 2015 in all
A
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total 313 million tones/year.
A
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Gujarat Maritime Board has successfully steered Gujarat
to the
leading position in the maritime sector. It has set a
precedent for
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Sites under Development by GMB
Sites under Development by GMB
P
O 1. Dholera
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2. Maroli
S 3. Vansi-Borsi
O 4. Hazira
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5. Dahej
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U 6. Mithivirdi
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7. Simar
R 8. Poistra
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T 9. Rozi (BEDI)
10.Mundra

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Busy Ports of Gujarat
under GMB and Private Sector
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Sikka (Under GMB)
Sikka (Under GMB)
P It is a all weather direct berthing port on north side
O of Saurashtra in Gulf of Kutch
R
T  Current Port Capacity
S – 20.7 mln Tonnes

O  Trade Estimated in 2010


F – 22.2 mln Tonnes

G  Facilities & Connectivity


U – Private Barges, tugs and launches are provided from
J Bedi Bunder as and when required on request from
A shippers.
R
– A new Jetty at Sikka Port has been constructed for
A
T discharging GSFC’s imports of Liquid Ammonia and
Phospheric Acid through pipelines.
– Sikka is rail and road connected to Jamnagar.

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Porbandar (Under GMB)
Porbandar (Under GMB)
P Porbandar is an all-weather Port with direct
O berthing facilities. It is situated on the west coast of
R Saurashtra facing the Arabian Sea.
T
S  Current Port Capacity
– 1.3 mln Tonnes
O
F  Trade Estimated in 2010
– 3.3 mln Tonnes
G
U  Facilities & Connectivity
J – Tugs : 03 Nos.
A
R – Launch : 02 Nos.
A – Water barge : 01 No. (40 T capacity)
T – Crane : 01 No. (16 T capacity)
– Porbandar is connected to the rest of India by broad
gauge railway. It is connected to Rajkot by road and
then by National Highway. Nearest airport is

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Dahej (Joint Sector)
Dahej (Joint Sector)
P Dahej is a fair-weather lighterage Port, situated at
O the junction of Guljaria and Ban Creek, on the west
R coast of India
T
S  Current Port Capacity
– 5.3 mln Tonnes
O  Trade Estimated in 2010
F
– 13.7 mln Tonnes
G  Facilities & Connectivity
U – Tugs, launches and barges are available with DHIL,
J IPCL & GCPTCL.
A – The port cargo is generally handled with cranes. Port
R users have to arrange the same from private parties,
A as this facility is not available at the Port. Captive
T jetties are fitted with cargo handling equipments
– Dahej is connected to Bharuch (distance 45 kms) and
Vadodara (108 kms) by road. The nearest railway
station is Bharuch on broad gauge trunk route. The

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Mundra
Mundra
P Mundra is a GMB lighter port and has a private salt and
O
bentonite (Ashapura) loading jetty. It is situated in Bocha
R
T Creek, in the Gulf of Kutch on the west coast of India.
S Facilities & Connectivity
Godown facilities of about 2400 sq.mtrs. are available
O Jetties & wharfs for lighters and barges – 2m depth.
F Salt loading jetty for (small) coastal vessels.
Mundra is connected to Gandhidham by road and then
G by National Highway and by broad gauge railway to the
U rest of India. Nearest airports are Kandla and Bhuj
J Commodities handled
A Import: Timber, Waste Oil, Waste Tyre, Dry Dates,
R Fertilizers and Iron Scrap.
A Export: Salt, Onion, Sanitary wares, Cattle Feed,
T
Bentonite, Dry Grass, Suran, Watermelons, Marble
Slabs, Mica & Manglore Tiles.

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Kandla
Kandla
P Kandla port is situated in the Kandla Creek and is
O 90 kms. from the mouth of the Gulf Of Kutch. It is a
R protected natural harbour.
T
S Facilities & Connectivity
Six Oil jetties.
O One deep draft mooring & Four Cargo Moorings
F in the inner Harbour area for stream handling.
G Loading/Unloading facilities for barges available
U for stream handling.
J Seventy licensed private Barges available at
A competitive rates.
R
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Adequate storage capacities in both Dry and
T Liquid Areas.
66 KV Power supply at the Port.
Standby Power to the extent of 2000 KV
available for emergency operations.

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Sources
Sources
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http://www.gmbports.org/link
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http://www.ports.com
G http://www.Gujaratindia.com
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J http://www.indiaports.com
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R http://www.kandlaporttrust.c
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Thank you
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G Opportunities are waiting for you on the


U
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T Ø Mukesh Loonia
Ø Aman Lokhandwala

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