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Mumbai-OT

Our Terminal

APM Terminals Mumbai also known as Gateway Terminals India (GTI) is part of APM Terminals global ports/terminal network. It is a joint venture between APM Terminals and the Container Corporation of India (CONCOR-A Government Of India undertaking).

Location of APM Terminals Mumbai

APM Terminals Mumbai is one of the three container terminals operating from Nhava Sheva's Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT) having procured a 30 years license from the Port to provide container handling services at its facility.

Infrastructure

  • Quay length: 712 meters
  • Chart Datum: 16.5 meters 
  • Storage: 45,000 containers
  • On dock rail: 3 X 830 meters 
  • Reefer plugs: 840

In terms of container throughput (TEUs), APM Terminals Mumbai continued to be the busiest terminal in the country, handling a record volume of 2.05 million TEUs in 2018-19. In the calendar year 2018, APM Terminals Mumbai achieved a record of handling 2,077,488 TEUs, surpassing a throughput of 2 million TEUs for the first time since inception. It is the only terminal in India to have achieved this record in a calendar year.

Working amidst an extremely progressive and fast paced environment of global logistics and driving to establish India as a leader on the logistical map of the world, APM Terminals Mumbai has exhibited substantial growth in a short span of time.

Equipment

  • Quay Cranes: 10 Twin Lift (Max 95 tonnes under hook mode; 61 tonnes spreader)
  • Eco-friendly GPS assisted rubber tyre gantry cranes: 40 (6 high stacking, 7 wide)
  • Rail Mouted Gantry Cranes: 3 x 61 tonne max under Twin Mode
  • Empty handlers: 2 (5 high stacking)
  • Reach stackers: 2 (5 high stacking, max weight 45 tonnes)
  • Over height frames: 2 (Max weight. 40 tonnes)
  • Fork Lifts: 6 (Max weight 16 tonnes)
  • Spreaders: 23 (Max weight 50 tonnes single mode)
  • Spreaders: 44 (Max weight 65 tonnes twin mode)

Location

Most major ship liners call at the Terminal. Elephanta Island, which faces the port on one side, acts as a break water for the terminal and protects it from tidal disturbances and storms. APM Terminals Mumbai is connected with the rest of the country via main routes NH-4B, NH-4 and NH-17. Similarly, it is connected to the national railway network at Panvel junction and has access to 33 ICDs throughout India.