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APM Terminals Pipavav
APM Terminals Pipavav is an all-weather port located just 152 nautical miles from Nhava Sheva, Mumbai. The port is well connected to the hinterland and key markets in northwest of India via rail and road. Read more
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APM Terminals Pipavav assists the trade through reduction in handling charges of empty containers by 25% to enable the exporters who are adversely impacted by the shortage of empty containers. This is our efforts to facilitate the trade amidst a considerable imbalance in trade owing to shortage of containers for export due to a significant fall in imports. The reduction on tariff is effective for vessels sailing from 16th November 2020 to 31st December 2020.Read more
In view of recent empty container shortage faced by the logistics industry, GPPL has decided to discount the terminal handling charges to shipping Lines for empty containers by 25% to assist the trade as preferred gateway for empty containers into Gujarat and North India.Read more
APM Terminals Pipavav has a capacity to handle 1.35mil TEU. The port is well equipped with modern and efficient container handling equipment such as Post Panama Quay Cranes, Rubber Tyre Gantry Cranes (RTGs), Rail Mounted Gantry Cranes (RMGCs) and associated support infrastructure.
The port has a dedicated liquid bulk jetty and is equipped to handle petroleum products, chemicals, vegetable oils, bitumen and LPG cargo and more.
The port is equipped with modern facilities for bulk cargoe such as mechanized bagging units, wagon loading systems to handle fertilizer rakes, in motion weigh bridge, and Neem coating plant.