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GANGAVARAM PORT - INDIA: Vessel Line-Up



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Vessel Line-Up, V-OCEAN

Gangavaram Port has been developed as an all weather, multipurpose port with water depth upto 21 meters, making it the deepest and capable of handling fully laden Super Cape size vessels of upto 200,000 DWT. Gangavaram Port, with its deep draft berths and efficient operations has become the gateway port for a hinterland spread over 8 states across Eastern, Western, Southern and Central India. Its ability to handle larger vessels efficiently has resulted in substantial savings to trade and port users. Gangavaram Port provides efficient cargo handling services for a variety of bulk and break bulk cargo groups including Coal, Iron Ore, Fertilizer, Limestone, Bauxite, Raw Sugar, Project Cargo, Alumina, Steel products etc.



VESSEL WORKING AT BERTH
Updated 30 November 2020-------
BERTH NO.VESSEL NAMEIMP/EXPQTYCARGOETAETBETCDREMARK
NO.1MPV CLIOD22.5CP COKE22.11.202023.11.202030.11.2020-
NO.2DENSA EAGLED50UREA23.11.202024.11.202030.11.2020-
NO.3CH CLAREL30STEEL25.11.202027.11.202003.12.2020-
NO.4NAVDHENU SUNL47IRON ORE FINES28.11.202028.11.202030.11.2020-
NO.5WEST TRADERD55BAUXITE31.10.202023.11.202030.11.2020-
NO.6LILA PORTOD158NON COKING COAL28.11.202030.11.202005.12.2020-
NO.7VACANT-------
NO.8PRABHU YUVIKAD45COKING COAL27.11.202028.11.202030.11.2020-
NO.9IDA SELMERL30STEEL21.11.202022.11.202030.11.2020-
Waiting / Expected / Arrived Vessels
-SPIRIT OF SEATREKD50UREA22-11---
-ALTUSD48UREA25-11---
-BELLEVUED110NON COKING COAL25-11---
-BERGE TORRED161NON COKING COAL28-11---
-YASA ILHAND38COKING COAL30-11---
-FLAG TRIASD83COKING COAL30-11---
-AQUAVITA AIMD80COKING COAL30-11---
-AQUAHAHAD165NON COKING COAL1/12/2020---
-AMIS WISDOM VID52UREA2/12/2020---
-ORCHARD QUAYL50SLAG2/12/2020---
-BATTERSEAD157NON COKING COAL3/12/2020---
-JAG ROOPAD55IRON ORE FINES3/12/2020---
-DANSASD81COKING COAL3/12/2020---
-AFRICAN HEROND27CP COKE4/12/2020---



NOTE: ALL FIGURES ARE ABOUT, VESSEL MOVEMENT PLANS ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE DEPENDING ON PORT’S DECISION OF ALLOTMENT OF BERTHS