Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust
Date of Award of concession
Commencement of construction of Phase-I project
Work is in Progress.
Completion phase-I dredging
Completion of construction of Container berths & its approaches Phase-I
Work is in progress.
Installation of equipment's on berths
Completion of reclamation (90 Hectors, completion of stack yards, roads and railways for Phase-I)
65 hectare reclamation is completed.
Commencement of operation of phase-I
Fourth Container Terminal GANTT Chart
Date of Signing of Concession – 19th June 2013, Date of Award of Concession– 3rd July 2014
Berth & South Approach Bridge
Bund Extension & North Approach Bridge
Electrical and Mechanical
Facility is fully commissioned on 02.07.2016.
330m GANTT Chart
A. Road Infrastructure:
JN Port is connected by National Highway- 4B to Mumbai - Pune Highway/ Expressway (NH-4) and Mumbai - Goa Highway (NH-17). JNPT is also connected through State Highway- 54 &Amra Marg to Navi Mumbai area, Thane, Nashik& Ahmedabad. A Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) formed by National Highway Authority of India (NHAI), JNPT and CIDCO viz. Mumbai JNPT Port Road Co. Ltd has taken up the work of 6/8 laning of NH-4B, SH-54 &Amra Marg. The estimated cost of the project is Rs.3220 crores and total length to be widened is 43,91Kms. NHAI has awarded the tenders on EPC mode in four packages. Details of 4 packages as follows:
Total cost (Rs. in Crs)
Cost put to NIT (Rs. In Crs)
Awarded cost (Rs. in Crs)
Construction of Karalphata Interchange from Km 3.600 to Km 6.000 of NH-4B & from Km 5.300 to Km 6.400 of SH-54 (New NH-348A) and connectivity to proposed 4thTerminal of JNPT.
Work awarded to M/S J. Kumar Infra Projects Ltd and M/S J.M. Mhatre Infra Pvt. Ltd. (JV) on 14.10.2015.
Construction of Gavahanphata Interchange (from Km 14.800 to Km 15.800 of NH-4B, from Km 13.200 to Km 14.850 of SH-54 & from Km 5.400 to Km 6.200 of Amra Marg (New NH-348A)) and NH-4B (from Km 6.000 to Km 14.800 and from Km 15.800 to Km 21.200).
Construction of SH-54 (New NH-348A) from Km 6.400 to Km 13.200 and Amra Marg (New NH-348A) from Km 0.000 to Km 5.400.
Work awarded to M/S J. Kumar Infra Projects Ltd and M/S J.M. Mhatre Infra Pvt. Ltd. (JV) on 06.09.2015
Construction of NH-4B from Km 21.200 to Km 27.270 (D to E Section) and from Km 0.000 to Km 4.492 (D to G Section).
Awarded to M/S AshokaBuildcon Ltd. on 18th Sept 2015.
The work is in progress. The Port has obtained External Commercial Borrowing for the project amounting to 400 million dollars as the Port is earning the income in foreign denominated currency. The Toll collection at Toll gates is stopped from 1st May-2016 and the user fee / toll is being collected from the traffic handled at the Port.
B. Rail Connectivity:
The Port is connected to the national network of the Railways through the Panvel- Uran section of the Central Railway. Panvel is further connected to Konkan Railway. Diva on Central Railway and Vasai (Bassein Road) on the Western Railway. Recently, the railway line between JNPT and Panvel has been connected into a double line, to meet the requirements of increasing container traffic through ICD'S. The Ministry of Railways has planned for a dedicated freight corridor connecting JNPT with the Northern hinterland. The work is being taken up by Dedicated Freight Corridor Co. Ltd
C. Centralized Parking Plaza:
The JN Port has decided to develop about 45 ha. area parking in Phases. The Phase-I work is completed. In this phase, 22-hectare area is developed up to water bound macadam (WBM) stage. This parking area is put to use. For the second phase of 23 hectors work is awarded to M/s PP KharPatil Construction Pvt. Ltd., in June 2015. The contractor has commenced the work in October 2015 and as of June 2016, 70% work is completed. This parking area is expected to be completed up to water bound macadam stage by December 2016.
D. Environmental aspects:
Port's ambient water and air quality is being monitored monthly through NETAL India and the results are generally found within the prescribed limits. Port has developed about 1100 ha. of the green area including mangroves. Plantation of about 15,000 saplings was carried out during the year 2015-16. The Port has taken up various projects for use of renewable energy in Port's Operational area.
E. Deepening and Widening of Mumbai Harbour Channel and JN Port Channel (Phase-II):
The Detailed Project Report for Deepening the channel from 14mtrs. (Phase-I) to 15 meters. The Port has appointed M/s. Fine Envirotech for EIA Studies and online application for approval of TOR is made to MOEF. The Port is in the process of appointing Project management Consultant for the project. For model studies & magnetometer survey, Port has appointed M/s. CWPRS & NIO respectively.
F. Development of Port based Special Economic Zone:
The proposed Special Economic Zone at Jawaharlal Nehru Port is the first-of-its-kind at a major port complex in the country, and would be developed on 277.38 hectares of land along the Panvel-Uran road connecting the cargo terminals to state highways.
Location Profile of Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust
The site is around 15 km from Navi Mumbai and around 40 km from Mumbai city. There are three villages and one township within the catchment area; the JNPT Township, Belpada village near the approach road from Panvel, the Jashkar Village and KaralSonariSawarkar village near the area where the NH 4B and SH 54 meet. Another road linking the port to Panvel is being constructed. There is an oil tank farm area opposite to the SEZ site and a petroleum pipeline running parallel to the railway line, this pipeline is linked to the liquid cargo terminals.
Illustrative Layout of the Special Economic Zone
The Total land area i.e 277.38 hectares is proposed to have the following breakup:
Relevance of SEZ for JNPT
Envisaged Project Development Concept
The proposed development is envisaged to be a Port Based Multiproduct Special Economic Zone, with a focus on collaborating upcoming sectors of India such as Logistics , Engineering Goods, Electronics, Apparels and Textiles and Multi Services Sector among others. The proposed industrial infrastructure is planned as a Self Sustainable Integrated Development
Fact Sheet of the Proposed Special Economic Zone
NhavaSheva, TalukaUran, Maharashtra
Demarcated Project Area
Direct access by Mumbai Goa Highway- NH4B and SH 54 (Port Road)
Key Development Components of the Project
Type of Industries and Sectors planned
Distance from Major Growth Centre/ nodes of the State
Modes of Development
Total expected Investment
Private investment of INR 3,500 Crore
Besides aiding the Port’s EXIM trade enhancement, the proposed Special Economic Zone also envisages a sustainable social framework.
The project implementation shall be aimed to:
Provide Premium residential neighborhood
G. Development of Dry Port at Wardha:
The Dry Port is proposed to be set up at Wardha near Nagpur to serve the surrounding hinterland. Most of the traffic from this region comes to JNPT.
Need for a Dry Port at Nagpur:
Mapping the Hinterland
Estimated Traffic for Dry Port- Nagpur
H. Development of Dry Port at Jalna:
The Dry Port is proposed to be set up in the district of Jalna, which is located in the Marathwada region of Maharashtra. The Marathwada region is comprised of the districts of Aurangabad, Nanded, Parbhani, Latur, Beed, Hingoli, Jalna and Osmanabad.
Need for a Dry Port at Jalna:
Key Benefits from the Project
The proposed Project will have dual advantages of facilitating the local industry of Marathwada and reducing congestion at the Jawaharlal Nehru Port. The Dry Port is expected to cater to cater to the following industries:
I. Construction of ROB in lieu of level crossing near Nhava – Sheva Police Station:
Port has assigned this work to Central Railway on the cost sharing basis. The CR has awarded the work to M/S JM Mhatre Infra Pvt. Ltd. at a cost of Rs. 46.15 Cr on 26.05.2014. As on June end the work of Rs. 35 Cr. is completed. The Bridge will be ready by December 2016.
J. Development of Vadhavan Port:
The Port has taken up the work of Development of Vadhavan Port near Tarapur, District –Thane in consortium with Maharashtra Maritime Board (MMB). A shareholding agreement in this regard has been signed between JNPT and MMB. The Port has appointed Consultant for EIA study and preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the subject project.
K. Construction of Flyover:
The Port has decided to construct Flyover at Y Junction and on the container road for avoiding crisscrossing of the vehicles. The tenders for appointment of consultant are being invited.
L. Common Rail Yard:
The Port has decided to construct common rail yard to easily handle mix trains. Indian Port Rail Co. Ltd. has assigned the work of preparing DPR to M/s RVNL.
M. Restructuring of Container Yard:
As per the Master Plan prepared by the consultant appointed by Ministry, the Port has decided to restructure its container yard so that the RTGC can ply in any yard without any hindrance. For this purpose, to prepare DPR, the Port has invited tenders from the experienced agencies, which are under evaluation.
N. Solar Energy:
The Port has decided to develop Solar Energy Power Project. For this purpose, M/s SECI, the consultant is appointed. They have submitted the estimate amounting to Rs.165 crores.
O. Procurement of 15 Nos. of E-RTGC:
JN Port has awarded the work to M/s Sami Group of Companies for the supply of 15 E-RTGC. The award cost of the work is Rs.160 crores. The cranes are expected to be delivered in June 2017.
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