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The Port of Paradip has an artificial lagoon type harbour protected by 2 (two) rubble mound “Break Waters” and approached by the dredged channel. The North Break Water is 538 mtrs long on the North-Eastern side of the Port and the South Break Water is 1217 mtrs long on the South-Eastern side.
The position of the Channels inside the harbour is as under:
10.00 km Long
300.00 mtrs Wide
18.70 mtrs Deep
2000.00 mtrs Long
240.00 mtrs Wide
17.10 mtrs Deep
520.00 mtrs. Diameter
17.10 mtrs Deep
Pilotage & Towage Facilities:
The Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels above 200 MTs Gross Tonnage. The Pilotage service is available to all vessels during 24 hours and 365 days. The Pilot Boarding ground is about 3 miles SE of Breakwaters. All the vessels have to inform their ETA prior to entering the Port Limits to the Port Signal Station on VHF Channel: 16 / 06. The Port has 3 Nos. Tugs having BP more than 35 Tons and 2 Nos. of port Tugs having BP more than 50 Tons. All the tugs are fitted with fire fighting equipment for external general and oil fire. The Port is having 3 Nos. Pilot Launches having speed more than 10 knots, 02 Nos. pilot lunches having speed of 7 knots and 02 Nos. Mooring Boats are also available for passing the Mooring Lines to the Berth / Jetty.
Marine Pollutions Control & Reception Facilities:
The Port Complies to all the Regulations of MARPOL 73/78 and has a Pollution Control Cell to monitor the Pollution in the Harbour. The Port has a Pollution Control Vessel with a Skimmer, chemical dispersant spray system and Oil Containment Boom. The Port also has a 300 T Oil Reception Barge. The port has engaged security cum pollution response vessel with all required pollution response equipment & the same is installed at SPM area. The Port has engaged private firms having permission from Central Pollution Control Board and State Pollution Control Board to receive waste / used / oily water from the vessels for re-processing / re-cycling as required by MARPOL 73/78 Annexure-I. The Port has also engaged private firms to collect garbage from the vessels in Port as required by MARPOL 73/78 Annexure-V. The reception facilities for other annexures of MARPOL 73/78 can be arranged by advance notice given by ship owners / local agents.
Fresh Water Services:
Adequate fresh water supply services rendered to all vessels at berth through shore connection. All self-propelled fresh water barge is available to supply freshwater up to 350 MT at berth and at anchorage.
AREA (Sq. mtr)
Capacity ( in MT)
Ware House No. I
Ware House No.II
OPEN STACK YARDS
AREA ( Sq. mtr)
Container Handling Facilities:
The Port handles containers in a limited manner with cargo support from NALCO, Marine Products Exporters, TISCO, JSL and others. The Port has 1000 TEU capacity container yard served with two railway sidings and 15 reefer plug points. One 75 MT and Two 20 MT mobile cranes, two spreaders (40 feet & 20 feet) are available in the Port to facilitate for container handling. These equipment are duly supported by 2 (two) Reach stacker & other container handling equipment from private source.
Container Traffic 2014-15
Dry Dock / Repairing Facilities:
The Port has a 500 Ton slipway along with workshop for repair and maintenance of Port crafts and barges. A Wet Basin for Port crafts is available close to the Slipway.
The dry dock of dimension 75 mtrs length, 15mtrs width and 11mtrs depth has been constructed at this port to facilitate repairing of crafts. Vessels of (-5.5) mtrs draft can be repaired at Paradip.
The Port has its own Railway system. The route length is 7.4 Kms and track length of 84 Kms. The Port is equipped with 7 nos. of Locomotives to undertake railway operations which is supported by 2 Locomotives on hire from RITES. The Port has one of the finest connectivity to the Indian Railways through East Coast Railways for seamless cargo movement by rail.
NOS. & TYPE
02 (DLW- WDS-6A/D)
02 (WDS6) On hire basis
Port is capable of handling 19 full rake length and 11 half rake length railway sidings.
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI):
The Port has introduced EDI facility to all its port users for all payments made to the port. The concept is to connect the port users, the bank and the port for faster and easier transfer of funds. Port users are also submitting their documents to port electronically through PCS (Port Community System).