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Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust
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The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approves Phase-II deepening & widening project of Mumbai Harbour and JN Port Channel, to increase draft from 14m to 15m "
JNPT becomes first Major Port in the country to install Radiological Detection Equipment at all road and rail gates.
Cleanliness drive organised at JNPT under Swachh Bharat Pakhwada from 16th-31st March"
JNPT Carrom Team wins Bronze medal in the All India Major Ports Carrom Tournament
JNPCT,Port owned container terminal,handles 14,29,936 TEUS till 7th March, which has surpassed last year record of handling 14,29,277 TEUs.
Was commissioned on 26th May 1989
Located at 18 degrees 56' 43" N (latitude) & 72 degrees 56' 24'' E (longitude)
Land Area is 3000+ hectares
Handles containers, liquid bulk & cement ships
Has Four dedicated container terminals namely JNPCT, NSICT, GTIPL & NSIGT. In addition, there is one liquid cargo berth and shallow water berth.
ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007, ISO 27001:2013 certified and ISPS compliant
Jawaharlal Nehru Port is ISPS compliant since 2004
Maximum permissible draught at (Shallow Water Berth) SB01 is 6.00 m and SB02 is 10.00 m and SB03 is 10.00 m
Maximum permissible draught at JNPCT, GTI, NSICT & NSIGT terminals and (Liquid Berth No.1) LB01 is 14.5 m
Maximum permissible draught at Liquid Berth No.2 is 10.5 m
Handles about 56% of total containers handled by all major ports in India
Connected with 34 CFSs and 46 ICDs destinations
Poised to handle 10 million TEUs of containers by the year 2022 - 23
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