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PSA’s Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals (PSA Mumbai) is located in Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNP) in Maharashtra, India’s largest and premier container gateway. It serves the important industrial and manufacturing centres and cities in Northwest India, as well as India’s largest hinterland with a population in excess of 400 million. The development of PSA Mumbai, JNP’s fourth container terminal, will cater to the ever-increasing demand for container handling capacity, boost export / import trade and increase economic activities between India and other countries.
PSA Mumbai completed its Phase 1 development and commenced operations in Jan 2018 with the deepest berths in JNP to handle large super Post-Panamax vessels, catering to the ever-increasing demand for container handling capacity in the Western India region. It is equipped with the latest technology and equipment to offer customers fast turnaround of their vessels. Besides being well-connected by major highways and rail networks to key markets in Maharashtra, Gujarat, and the National Capital Region of India, PSA Mumbai is also equipped with double stack train infrastructure to support India’s Dedicated Freight Corridor that will allow trains to carry more and higher loads at higher freight speed.
When PSA Mumbai’s Phase 2 is fully completed, it will have a berth length of 2,000 metres and capacity of 4.8 million TEUs.

PSA Chennai comprises of 28 Hectares of land with additional 7 Hectares ready for future expansion. With a quay length of 832M, the Terminal can accommodate 3 vessels alongside. The Terminal quay faces west, away from the Bay of Bengal thus is well protected and is an all-weather port. This unique design enables PSA Chennai to ensure hassle free vessel operations in all conditions.

PSA Chennai administrative building is located inside the Terminal. The management and staff are close to the daily operations and can readily address the immediate requirements of our customers. The Terminal offers a dedicated yard to facilitate customs, enabling inspection of DPD containers.

The terminal has three fully computerized gates complex for truck movements:

  • Four “ IN” lanes to receive Exports
  • Two “ OUT” lanes for delivery of Imports
  • One “ IN” lane for empty import delivery trailers via East Gate with separate road access

PSA Chennai is the only terminal in Chennai to have two on-dock rail sidings enabling direct vessel connectivity to hinterland origin & destined consignments.

PSA’s Bharat Kolkata Container Terminals (PSA Kolkata) is located in the riverine Kolkata Port with a 203km channel leading to the sea. Many large
Indian corporations set up their industrial units in Kolkata, producing a wide range of products including electronics, electrical equipment, engineering products, automobiles, tea, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, food products, jute
products and more. The city has recently been transformed into one of India’s major information technology hub.
The port is a gateway to the hinterland comprising eastern and northeastern India as well as two land-locked neighbouring countries – Nepal and Bhutan. It is well connected by the national highways and railway lines to key cities in the region.
PSA Kolkata commenced operations in November 2014 with a total of four mobile harbour cranes at Berths 4, 5 and 8. Ship-gear operations are handled at Berths 3 and 7.

Tuticorin Container Terminal (PSA SICAL) is located in a growing trade region, along the busy Europe-Far East trade route. The terminal is well-linked to the major hinterland industrial clusters and cities such as Bangalore, Chennai, Cochin, Coimbatore, Madurai and Tirupur by state
and national highways, and rail connections.
The all-weather port provides customers with a conducive, pro-business environment with 24-hour operations and no restrictions on night navigation. The use of information technology system ensures operational efficiency and reliability in the terminal. Vessels are berthed on arrival and turned around efficiently.
PSA SICAL is also supported by comprehensive logistics facilities such as private modern container freight stations.