The Ministry of Shipping has re-rated the capacities of all berths across 12 Major Ports as per Global guideline

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Capacity of 12 Major Ports 

The Ministry of Shipping has re-rated the capacities of all berths across 12 Major Ports in order to benchmark port capacities with global standards as per Berthing Policy, 2016. The Re-rating exercise identified an additional capacity of 293MT available with the Major Ports. The effective rated capacity of 12 Major Ports is now 1,359 MT per annum and capacity at desired occupancy is 989 MT per annum. Major port wise capacity is given below:

S.No. Major Port Effective rated capacity Capacity at desired Occupancy
1. Paradip 234 164
2. Kandla 246 174
3. Visakhapatnam 121   85
4. Chennai 134 102
5. NMPT   98   69
6. JNPT   88   74
7. Mumbai   78   55
8. Tuticorin   79  58
9. Cochin   74  54
10. Ennore   66  46
11. Mormugao   63  44
12. Kolkata   78  64
  1359 989

 

The re-rating exercise has been done in consultation with all Major Ports. The capacity utilization of berths in major ports is reviewed regularly.

Under Project Unnati, the global benchmarks were adopted to improve the efficiency and productivity Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)of  major ports. 116 initiatives were identified across all major ports to unlock more than 100 MTPA capacity just through efficiency improvement. 86 initiatives have been implemented so far.

This information was given by the Minister of State for Shipping Shri Pon. Radhakrishnan in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.

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