To contain the Coronavirus epidemic, JNPT
has revised certain regulations to ease trade and grant reliefs to its users.
Since, JNPT falls within the ambit of essential services, it is fundamental to
keep the supply chain fluid while also protecting JNPT’s employees and users.
Thus, following the guidelines issued by the government, JNPT has undertaken
several preventive measures to equip and protect its workforce against
respiratory viruses and other potential harms. These measures are expected to
limit the impact of the outbreak while also protecting the trade channel from
In continuation of Ministry of Home Affair's order No. 40-3/2020-DM-1(A) dated 24th March, 2020
In view of the pandemic Covid-19 virus which has forced the Government to curb movement of people
The Directorate has issued instructions to all major and minor ports for dealing with Covid-19
Guidelines on the measures to be taken by Ministries / Departments of Government of India, State/Union Territory
overnments and State/ Union Territory Authorities for containment of COVID-19 Epidemic in the Country.
For the attention of the importers, custom brokers and all stakeholders
In order to restrict the outbreak of Covid-19, the State Governments have notified
The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has released FAQ's on Novel Corona virus for raising awareness amongst the citizens.
As a preventive measure to restrict the spreading of COVID — 19, JNPT has decided to operate limited Passenger Launch Service for JNPT and other Terminal employees as Port being essential service with the consent of Nhava-Sheva Police as per following schedule.
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