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  Krishnapatnam Port is currently executing the Phase II development which has an outlay of Rs. 4,000 crores.

 
Phase II will involve construction of:
Additional berths for coal, general cargo and containers
Mechanised cargo handling system with dedicated cargo-wise railway sidings inside the port

On completion of Phase II, the port will have the following:

Coal Berths
10 dedicated Coal berths with 2 ship unloaders per berth
Each ship unloader with a capacity of 2,000 TPH
Conveyor system with a capacity up to 4,000 / 5,000 TPH
2 wagon loading stations. Each having a capacity to store 2,500 MT and each having a loading capacity of 3,500 MT in 2 hours

Export berth
Ship loaders with a capacity of 5,000 TPH
2 Wagon Tipplers of 110 MT capacity, 30 tips per hour per tippler
2 Stacker-cum-reclaimer with a capacity of 3,000 / 5,000 TPH
Conveyor with a capacity of 3,000 / 5,000 TPH

General cargo berths
3 general cargo multipurpose berths

Rail sidings
Dedicated cargo-wise rail sidings inside the port with multiple loops for faster evacuation of cargo

Mechanization
Conveyor system, stackers, reclaimers, ship loaders, ship unloaders and wagon tipplers
Coal discharging capacity of 96,000 MT / day

Pipeline infrastructure
Future provision for dedicated pipelines for various liquid cargos like POL, Chemicals, Bitumen, etc.
Proposed tank terminal of 1 lakh kilolitres
Provision for future enhancements

 











 


 
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