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KAKINADA PORT - INDIA: Vessel Line-Up



Port Details



Vessel Line-Up, V-OCEAN

Kakinada Deep Water Port was commissioned by the Government of AP in November 1997 with a quay length of 610 Meters. The Kakinada Seaports took over operations when the port was privatized in 1999. Ten years later, the port was expanded to 2,500 meters of quay length for multi-product handling and stand-alone facility for off-shore supplies for deep sea exploration.



VESSEL WORKING AT BERTH
Updated 21 September 2020-------
BERTH NO.VESSEL NAMEIMP/EXPQTYCARGOETAETBETCDREMARK
-MV. SEMERAEXP25000BAGGED SUGAR21.08.202008.09.202024.09.2020-
-MV. SHAN DONG HAI SHENGIMP54015DAP17.09.202017.09.202022.09.2020-
-MV. KIVELIIMP16500UREA18.09.202019.09.202024.09.2020-
-MV. OCEAN MERCURYIMP31500ALUMINA12.09.202012.09.202021.09.2020-
-MV. SEAPOL ENDEAVOUREXP26300CEMENT CLINKER19.09.202019.09.202022.09.2020-
-MV. HUANGHAI ADVANCEEXP25800GRANITE BLOCKS19.09.202020.09.202025.09.2020-
-MV.TAN BHIN 89EXP6350FELDSPAR19.09.202019.09.202022.09.2020-
-MT. BLUE SKY 1EXP25200CRUDE OIL10.09.202010.09.202021.09.2020-
-MV. TAN BINH 135EXP27500GRANITE BLOCKS19.09.202021.09.202024.09.2020-
VESSEL AT ANCHORAGE
-MV. SANTA RITAIMP49350UREA18.09.2020---
-MV.AEC DIIGENCEIMP30902ALUMINA19.09.2020---
-MV. SEASTAR EMPRESSIMP31500ALUMINA19.09.2020---
-MV. CHRIS GRIMP47191ALUMINA19.09.2020---
VESSEL EXPECTED
-MV. OMICRON TRADERIMP50029RAW SUGAR21.09.2020---
-MT. KALLOIMP16101AMMONIA21.09.2020---
-MV. BMC CAROLEXP9850FELDSPAR CHIPS24.09.2020---
-MT. THERISA IIIMP5800EDIBLE OIL24.09.2020---
-MV. ANGLO REDIMP74754MOP23.09.2020---
-MV. BAO ANHEXP23200GRANITE BLOCKS23.09.2020---
-MV. MEKELEEXP25000BAGGED SUGAR25.09.2020---
-MV. LEMAN TRADERIMP77085RAW SUGAR26.09.2020---
-MV. SAVITA NAREEIMP60695DAP26.09.2020---
-MV. NIKATOREXP25000BAGGED SUGAR22.09.2020---
-MV. NAVIOS LIBERTASIMP13995/23442NPK/NPS25.09.2020---
-MV. AFRICAN BARI BIRDIMP60500COAL27.09.2020---



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