Specific Projects or Programs undertaken at JNPT to achieve specific objectives in the near future, so as to reduce costs, increase efficiency and improve overall performances.
On December 2014, JNPT awarded the prestigious 4th container terminal to M/s. Bharat Mumbai Container subsidiary of PSA, Singapore on DBFOT basis with a capacity of 4.8 million tonnes with Quay length of 2 kms.
The project is taken up in 2 phases. The construction of Phase-1 is completed on 22nd Dec’2017 and is put up for the vessel operations.
Estimate cost - Phase I - Rs.4719 Cr / Phase II - Rs.3196 Cr. Total Rs.7915 Cr.
The construction work of coastal berth along with two approaches bridges in a backup of reclamation area is 11 hectares has been taken up. The work was awarded on 31st March 2017. The estimated cost is 143.32 Cr and will be completed within 24 months.
The port has awarded the work of two flyovers in the JN port area.
The project of widening of NH- 4B, SH -54 and Amra Marg to 6/8 lanes on the boundaries of the proposed Navi Mumbai international level at a total project cost of Rs.2935.91 crores for a total length of 43.91 KMs is in progress. The work is taken up in 4 phases. The funding is being done by JNPT by obtaining ECB loan from SBI Hong Kong & DBS Singapore, for the loan amount of 400 million USD i.e. Rs.2600 crores, the work is in progress and will be completed during the year 2019.
JN Port has planned SEZ in 277 hectares area. The work of land development is completed and construction of boundary wall work is substantially completed. The engineering, procurement and construction work was awarded in the month of Oct 2016, Rs 476 crores. The EPC work will be completed by 2018.
This project will help in optimum utilisation of yards and will improve the performance parameters. The work of phase I was awarded in March 2017. The work is commenced at the site.
The capital dredging project for deepening and widening of (Phase II) from 14 Mtrs to 15 Mtrs draft is under consideration by the Ministry of Shipping, which will enable berthing of vessels of 12,500 TEUs capacity by using the tidal window. The estimated project cost is Rs.1963.17 crores. The work was awarded in March 2017. The work is commenced from 2-09-2017 and is in progress.