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).
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.
- 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 continues to cross over 2 million TEUS in calendar year 2019. This is the second year in a row that APM Terminals Mumbai has surpassed a throughput of 2 million TEUs.
- 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)
APM Terminals Mumbai was the first Indian container terminal to offer paperless transactions for both exports and imports through E-Form 13, and online customs endorsements. This simplifies and streamlines export and import operations to reduce gate waiting time and congestion, and enable faster container movements into and out of the terminal.
Tractor trailers are able to offload an export unit at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Container Terminal (JNPCT) and proceed directly to APM Terminals Mumbai for onward pick up of an import container. This helps achieve faster turnaround of cargo at lower costs. Previously Tractor Trailers had to first offload the export container at JNPCT, exit through their gates and then proceed to APM Terminals’ Central Gate Complex, a distance of 5.5km.
The terminal uses a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) application loaded onto computer tablets to provide access to real-time container location data, significantly improving operational efficiency. This for example, enables Reach Stacker Operators to access real-time data on the status, location and next move of the containers with a single touch through computer tablets installed in the cabin. All export containers arriving at the terminal’s gates are surveyed using digital cameras which use Optical Character Recognition to automatically read container numbers.
- Paramedic Services are available 24X7 at the terminal, free of charge. The First Aid centre is equipped with a Defibrillator, Breath Alcohol Analyzer testing machines, Manual Artificial Respirator, Suction Apparatus, Ambu Bag and more.
- Staff members are regularly trained in First Aid and Basic Life Support to tackle unforeseen circumstances.
- The health centre is supported by an air conditioned 4 bed ambulance. The drivers are trained to handle casualties untll medical assistance can be made available in case of emergencies.
- An Emergency Response Team has been set up at the terminal with members from different departments trained in first aid and CPR.
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.View on Google Maps