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GTI [APM Terminals Mumbai] resumes operation on second berth

Gateway Terminals India [GTI- APM Terminals Mumbai] has re-commenced operations on its refurbished berth, which is now equipped with new advanced ship-to-shore cranes. With this, the terminal has resumed operations on both berths.

The terminal is implementing its future proofing project, “Fit for Future”, which includes a significant investment in infrastructure. Commissioning these new cranes will enable the terminal to accommodate and turn around larger vessels safely and quickly.

Civil work is currently ongoing to extend the terminal’s south bridge and install dolphin moors which will be completed early next year. This will increase container handling capacity by 10% to 2.18 million TEUs.

The Inauguration was attended by Shri Sanjay Sethi – The chairman of JNPA in the presence of Shri Unmesh Wagh- Dpt. Chairman of JNPA, Mr. Rajib Bhowal – CEO of GTI, Mr. Sunay Mukerjee-COO of GTI and other dignitaries from JNPA, CISF and GTI colleagues.

Commenting on this occasion, Mr. Sunay Mukerjee, COO - GTI said, “In our endeavour to provide the best service to our customers, it was inevitable that we upgrade our infrastructure to safely and efficiently cater for larger vessels at our terminal.”

1-million hours without a safety incident

“I congratulate and thank team GTI for working relentlessly within limited resources to serve our customers during the project,” he continued. “Safety is our license to operate, and I am proud that we completed more than 1 million safe man hours on this project. My heartfelt gratitude to our customers and stake holders for their trust, support, and cooperation during the future proofing project. We are keen to welcome larger vessels and handle them safely and efficiently to support Indian trade.”

Shri Sanjay Sethi (IAS) Honorable Chairman of Jawaharlal Nehru Port Authority greeted GTI team and mentioned, "We are pleased to witness the successful resumption of operations at Gateway Terminals India, a testament to our commitment to enhancing the efficiency and capacity of the whole port.

“GTI’s 'Fit for Future' project completion, with the investment in advanced quay cranes, is a significant milestone for the port and the entire maritime industry. This expansion not only strengthens our position as a major trade gateway but also underscores our dedication to serving the needs of our valued customers and supporting India's trade growth. I commend the hard work and dedication of the entire team GTI that made this achievement possible and look forward to the continued success and growth of the port."