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.