Kandla port


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what is port?, Typs of the port, Introduction on Port, Kandla port, India.


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What is Port....? :

What is Port....? A point of convergence between two geographical domain • Term port is derived from Latin word Portus - gate or gateway A facility for receiving ships and transferring cargo Usually situated at the edge of an ocean, sea, river or lake Cargo handling equipment i.e cranes, forklifts for loading/unloading of ships 2

Importance of Port:

Importance of Port Backbone of world trade Nerve of foreign trade of country Compulsory transit for bulk trade of raw material Plays a key role in inward & outward movement of goods Boost to manufacturing economy: Ports with excellent infrastructure 3

Types of Port::

Types of Port: Considering a variety of factors such as location, depth, and ship sizes, ports are classified into various types : 1. Sea Ports 2. Inland Ports 3. Fishing Ports 4. Warm Water Ports 5. Dry Ports 6. Cruise Home Ports 7. Cargo Ports 8. Port of Call   4


INTRODUCTION OF THE KANDLA PORT Kandla port continues to be India’s No.1 port with 81.88 MMT (traffic handling Presently, KPT enjoys 85.80 MMT handling capacity with 95% utilization. This port contributes 14% to India’s total port volume. It has 12 dry cargo berths with a total length of 2.57 km in a straight line and 6 oil jetties for handling of POL and chemical The major activity of the port is to handle import-export cargo, provide facilities to importer/exporter to load/unload the cargo at dock for business purpose etc. In addition to this, it provides facilities of berth, cranes, labour and storage of goods at the port premises. It carries out its operations from Kandla and Vadinar . 5

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MISSION “To be the most economical modern Major p ort, rendering cost effective services to our c ustomers.” VISION “To be Asia’s Supreme Global Logistics Hub.” 6

Port Operation:

Port Operation Line/Agent submits IGM to customs authorities at destination port (a document consisting information regarding vessel & its cargo) Vessel announces its arrival to the port authorities Port authorities request ship to wait on high seas until a vacant berth is available at port to receive the ship A pilot vessel is sent by port authorities to high seas to escort the visiting ship to the berth 7

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Line/Agent complete the paper formalities for loading/unloading Loading/unloading operations begin. Import cargo is unloaded & stacked at designated area for custom examination Export cargo which has got custom clearance is loaded on to the vessel Pilot vessel escorts the vessel out of the port back on the high seas 8


REGULATORY BODIES OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN INDIA Ministry of Commerce Ministry of Shipping Ministry of Finance Ministry of Agriculture 9

Ministry Of Commerce:

Ministry Of Commerce It is the most important organ concerned with the promotion and regulation of the FT of the country. 10

Ministry of Finance :

Ministry of F inance 11

Ministry of Shipping :

Ministry of Shipping Merchant Shipping in India comes under the domain of the Ministry of Shipping. The Department of Shipping The Department of Shipping forms policies for : Shipbuilding and ship-repair Major ports National waterway Inland water transport 12


TAMP 1. Establishment of the TAMP The Tariff Authority for Major Ports (TAMP) was constituted in April 1997 to provide for an independent Authority to regulate all tariffs, both vessel related and cargo related, and rates for lease of properties in respect of Major Port Trusts and the private operators located therein. The Major Ports Trust Act, 1963 was amended by Port Laws (Amendment) Act 1997 to constitute the TAMP. 2. Charter of the Authority This Authority has jurisdiction only over major port trusts and private terminals therein. It is responsible for prescribing the rates for services provided and facilities extended by them and also rates for lease of port trust properties. This Authority is empowered not only to notify the rates but also the conditionality's governing application of the rates. 13

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Dealing between companies Dealing between a company and a Government agency Dealing between Government agencies 14

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DEPARTMENTS AND ROLES   1. Harbour Department 2. Traffic Department 3. Health and Medical Department 4. Marine Department 5. Vigilance Department 6. Project Management Cell Department 7. Laboratory Department 8. Berthing Department 9. Land Department 10. Security Department 11. Finance Department 12. Administration Department 13. Mechanical Department 14. Civil Department 15. Fire and Safety Department 16. Technical Department 16

Other Parties Linked With Port :

Other Parties Linked With Port Exporter/Importer CHA Freight Forwarder NVOCC Vessel Agency Line Charter Party Transporter Terminal Operator Custom House 17

Port Community System (PCS):

Port Community System (PCS) An electronic platform which connects the multiple systems. • Operated by a variety of organisations/stakeholders that make up a seaport, airport or inland port community. • It is shared in the sense that it is set up, organised and used by firms in the same sector – in this case, a port community 18

Achievement of Kandla Port in implementing the PCS :

Achievement of Kandla Port in implementing the PCS At present vessel berthing system have been implemented through PCS. Marine bills are now been delivered through PCS system. Payments are now received through E-payment mode. Pilot memos are submitted online through PCS. Berthing application is done through PCS. Voyage Registration is done through PCS. Assessment of vessel related charges can be done through PCS. On-line berthing is done in PCS through On-line system. 19

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STRENGHT : All – Weather Port – 365 days, 24 hours 2 Nos of Mobile Harbour Cranes 14 Berths Storage Facility for LPG Port with highest liquid storage capacity in the country excellent road and rail connectivity Higher Capacity Cranes For Dry Cargo Transparent and Notified Tariff 12.5 m Draft at Kandla and 33m in Vadinar Security by CISF(central industrial security force) PCS and Online Payments For Services A Major Port that is nearest to the Middle East and Europe . 21


WEAKNESS Lack mechanization Limited draft Lack of customer service Less IT connectivity Storage area management Shortage of staff Lack of infrastructure to attract containers Sub-optimal utilization of space around the port Lengthy Process 22


OPPORTUNITIES New cargo like RO-RO and LPG Revenue potential Sustainability revenue Growth potential Development on BOT and PPP 23


THREATS Increasing international player Natural calamities Increasing private port 24

Current Issues Face By KPT :

Current Issues Face By KPT Close down of container terminal. Striving to become paperless organization. 25

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