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Overview

The Jawaharlal Nehru Port Authority (JNPA) at Navi Mumbai is a premier container handling Port in India accounting for around 50% of the total containerised cargo volume, across the major ports of India. Commissioned on 26th May 1989, in less than three decades of its operations, JNPA has transformed from a bulk cargo terminal to the premier container port in the country. Ranked 26th among the top 100 Container Ports in the world, JNPA is connected to over 200 ports in the world.

Currently JNPA operates five container terminals: The NhavaSheva Free Port Terminals (NSFT), the NhavaSheva International Container Terminal (NSICT), the Gateway Terminals India Pvt. Ltd. (GTIPL), NhavaSheva International Gateway Terminal(NSIGT) and the newly commissioned Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals Private Limited (BMCT). The Port also has a Coastal Berth to facilitate coastal cargo, a Shallow Water Berth for general cargo and another Liquid Cargo Terminal which is managed by the BPCL-IOCL consortium. The Fourth Container Terminal is being developed in two phases and is expected to be fully operational by April 2025 with quay length of 2,000 metres adding an annual capacity of 4.8 million TEUs

To meet the increasing demand from EXIM trade, JNPA is constantly upgrading its capabilities to offer cost-effective integrated logistics solutions, throughinfrastructure expansion plans and implementation of several ‘Ease of Doing Business’ initiatives. These steps include gate automation, an inter-terminal transfer system linking all terminals, Direct Port Delivery (DPD) services helping faster delivery of import consignments at reduced costs, the creation of a logistics data bank to track the movement of containers and the introduction of new tariff incentives for rail cargo to promote modal-shift.

Overview

In addition, JNPA has also developed a multi-product SEZ in its owned freehold land of 277 hectares to attract international capital and global giants in manufacturing. In addition, the JNPA is also developing a satellite port at Vadhvan and Dry Ports at Jalna and Wardha, to promote the industrialization of the hinterland.

These expansion plans are being developed in an eco-friendly manner and adequate measures are being taken to maintain ecological balance. Today nearly 34% of the port area is under green cover including mangroves and the Port has taken up various other initiatives as a Green Port. JNPA has also undertaken various social initiatives to develop a healthy relationship with the port and the local population. With a view to improving the employable abilities of the local PAPs and other local population, JNPA is in the process of developing – JNPA CIDCO Multi-Skill Development Center to provide and impart proper technical training in different disciplines to PAPs and local persons in order to create suitable skilled labour force by improving/imparting necessary skill to cater to diverse requirements of labour for maritime logistics in Port terminals, requirements of Maritime and other industries, Port Users, Airports and Service Sector.

As India’s leading container port, JNPA is constantly upscaling its operations to provide state-of-the-art technology, efficiency and manpower which comply with international standards. JNPA has firmly anchored itself as the major catalyst for trade and commerce in the country and is strongly committed to providing seamless services to the world that docks here.

Vision

To become the premier container port of South Asia.

Mission

To be equipped with state-of-the-art technology, efficiency and manpower which are at par with international standards.

To conform to international standards and offer cost-effective integrated logistics solutions.

Ensure security and safety of life, equipment, and cargo.

Pursue the principles of eco-friendly sustainable development.

Constantly upgrade the competence, awareness, skills, and motivation of port personnel for continual improvement in all efficiency parameters.

History

Here is the JNPA story etched in the ethos of India's development story.


Where it all began

1986

Where it all began

Piling work underway for Jetty construction at JN Port in 1986

1989

Inauguration

The then Chief Minister of Maharastra, Mr. Sharad Pawar, Former Prime Minister Mr. Rajiv Gandhi, First Chairperson of JN Port, MS Anna Malhotra, And Former Minister For Surface Transport Mr. Rajesh Pilot at the inauguration of the Port
Inauguration

Board of Management

SHRI UNMESH SHARAD WAGH, IRS
SHRI UNMESH SHARAD WAGH, IRS

Deputy Chairman and Chairman in-charge

SMT. MANISHA JADHAV
SMT. MANISHA JADHAV

GENERAL MANAGER (ADMIN.) and SECRETARY

DR. G. VAIDYANATHAN
DR. G. VAIDYANATHAN

CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER PORT PLANNING DEVELOPMENT DEPT

CAPT. BALASAHEB V. PAWAR
CAPT. BALASAHEB V. PAWAR

DEPUTY CONSERVATOR

SHRI. G. K. DAS
SHRI. G. K. DAS

GENERAL MANAGER (FINANCE)

SHRI GIRISH THOMAS
SHRI GIRISH THOMAS

GENERAL MANAGER (TRAFFIC)

SHRI NITEEN M. BORWANKAR
SHRI NITEEN M. BORWANKAR

CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER (MECH. and ELEC.) ENGINEERING AND CEO-SEZ

Awards & Recognitions

2023
JNPT award

We are thrilled to announce that we have been awarded the Sagar Shreshtha Samman for achieving the best performance for turnaround time during the year 2022-23 from @shipmin_india The event was held during the launch of Harit Sagar

JNPT award

We are thrilled to announce that #JNPA has been awarded 'Best Port of the Year - Containerised' at the prestigious India Maritime Awards organized by Daily Shipping Times! Shri Unmesh Sharad Wagh, IRS, Deputy Chairman, JNPA, graciously accepted the award

JNPT award

Our first chairperson, Late Ms. Anna Malhotra, was honored by Shri Shripad Naik, Honble Union Minister for State Tourism and Ports, Shipping and Waterways, on International Day for Women in Maritime! The award was received by our General Manage

Our Logo

JNPT logo

The shades of blue in the JNPA logo are inspired by the Water Bodies that is our source of livelihood. The flexible strokes and lines help distinguish JNPA as the port that offers flexibility and ease in operations. On reading deeper in the design, one can understand that the shape of the logo is that of the globe which gives a clear message that the port is associated with international trade. The rotating arrows around it suggest mobilization in import and export trade. The steer at the top signifies JNPA’s vision to be at the apex of trade in India and the white strokes at the horizon represent its International footprint. The waves at the bottom symbolize.

  • Modern container handling port
  • Facilitator of international trade
  • Highly efficient and productive

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