Nhava Sheva port in Mumbai was badly affected by strike in week 42 & 43 and the repercussions are being felt now. All three major terminals are affected due to back logs and this in turn has created a huge congestion at the port. Even till now the movement of containers, whether for gating in or for picking up of empty containers has become a major challenge. Meeting shipping lines gating in cut offs deadline also has become really tough although some lines are giving some extension. We hope to see that backlogs cleared and the situation returning to normal in week 49.
- JNPT: Badly affected by congestion
- NSICT: Badly affected by congestion
- GTI: Badly affected by congestion.
- CONCOR : Normal movement
- Pipavav: 1 to 2 days for railing out.
NORMAL: No issues at all at this point in time.
- AT ICD Loni: Containers are taking 2-3 days for railing to Mumbai port
- ICD FARIDABAD: 2-3 days for railing to Mumbai port
- CFS PATPARGANJ: from CFS PPG container takes 1-2 days for railing to
- Mumbai /Mundra port
- ICD DADRI: Normal.
- ICD : TUGHLAKABAD (TKD)
- Permission for carting being obtained next day.
- Due to heavy congestion gating in at ICD TKD is taking 1 – 2 days.
- Operational delay of 3 – 4 hours
PIPAVA: Due to pendency, containers are taking 3-4 days to rail out
CMA IS HAVING EQUIPMENT SHORTAGE AT LONI FOR RICE FIT CONTAINERS.
CHENNAI & TUTICORIN
Presently Chennai & Tuticorin Port running smoothly operation wise, no issue reported yet. All feeder vessels are sailing timely.
CHENNAI & BANGALORE