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TUTICORIN PORT - INDIA: Vessel Line-Up



Port Details



Vessel Line-Up, V-OCEAN

V. O. Chidambaranar Port Trust, formerly Tuticorin Port Trust, is one of the 12 major ports in India. It was declared to be a major port on 11 July 1974. It is second-largest port in Tamil Nadu and fourth-largest container terminal in India. After Sethusamudram Shipping Canal Project V. O



VESSEL WORKING AT BERTH
Updated Date: 06 March 2019-------
BERTH NO.VESSEL NAMEIMP/EXPQTYCARGOETAETBETCDREMARK
VOC - 1 / 9.30 MPACIFIC VICTORIMP17886 MTCASHEW NUTS29.02.202029.02.202011.03.2020 - NGT HRS-
VOC - 2 / 9.30 MVACANT-------
VOC - 3 / 11.50 MPAC ACRUXEXP300 MTWIND MILL BLADE05.03.202005.03.202007.03.2020-0400 HRS-
VOC - 4 / 11.50 MCHEMROAD QUEENIMP17963 MTSUL.ACID01.03.202004.03.202007.03.2020-2230 HRS-
EASTERN ARM / 7.40 MSTELLA BEAUTYEXP6000 MTGNL.CGO01.03.202002.03.202006.03.2020 -2300 HRS-
AB-1 / 8.60 MPIONEER CEXP7000 MTGNL.CGO29.02.202004.03.202009.03.2020 - 2230 HRS-
AB-2 / 9.30 MAAL MELBOURNEEXP7659 MTWINDMILL BLADE28.02.202001.03.202008.03.2020 - 2000 HRS-
VOC-9 / 14.20 MEMERALD STRAITIMP30000 MTI.COAL03.03.202006.03.202007.03.2020-0400 HRS-
NCB-1 / 14.00 MANTEROIMP56892 MTT.COAL04.03.202004.03.202007.03.2020 - 0200 HRS-
COALJETTY-2 / 13.00MAPJ KAISIMP57135 MTT.COAL02.03.202004.03.202007.03.2020 - 1600 HRS-
CBW / 9.00 MVACANT-------
VESSEL AT ANCHORAGE
-TAN BINH 123IMP19700MAIZE IN BAGS01.03.2020---
-VISHVA ANANDIMP73750 MTT.COAL04.03.2020 07.03.2020-090010.03.2020-PM-
-PRODIGYIMP73225 MTT.COAL06.03.2020 10.03.202013.03.2020-
VESSEL EXPECTED
-VISHVA MALHARIMP 55506T.COAL07.03.2020-0130---
-BMC COSMOSIMP 6300GNL.CGO06.03.2020-2300---
-UHL PARTNEREXP400WIND MILL TOWER08.03.2020-0800---
-BETULA ARROWEXP800WIND MILL BLADE08.03.2020-PM---
-DODOIMP 31235CATTLE FEED09.03.2020-0800---
-CAPTAIN YANNISIMP 55600I.COAL08.03.2020-1330---
-XING HE HAIIMP 69000I.COAL10.03.2020-AM---
-VINALINES MIGHTYIMP 2244LOGS11.03.2020-PM---



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