Welcome to Dhamra Port

The Dhamra Port Company Limited (DPCL) has been entrusted, by way of a concession granted by Government of Orissa to build and operate a deep draught, all weather, multi user port at Dhamra in Bhadrak district on BOOST (Build, Own, Operate, Share and Transfer) basis. The concession period is for 34 years including a period of 4 years for construction and can be renewed or extended for two additional periods of 10 years.

Situated between Haldia and Paradeep, Dhamra Port is well sheltered between the mainland and Kanika Sands Island on the mouth of the river Dhamra. The location of Dhamra is in close proximity to the mineral belt of Orissa, Jharkhand and West Bengal and its dedicated connectivity will help serve this hinterland with the greatest efficiency.

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Latest News

  • Dhamra Port share transfer completed
  • Adani Ports signs agreement to acquire Dhamra Port
  • Dhamra Port records 30% growth in FY 13-14
  • ‘New Port Tariff at Adani Dhamra Port w.e.f 1st January 2017’
  • Vessel Related Charges to be increased w.e.f. 1st January, 2015
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Infrastructure

Dhamra port has vast infrastructures which handles multiple types of Cargo. With deep draft berths and multipurpose terminals, the port efficiently handles the largest bulk carriers in the world. The port has covered and open storage areas with enormous capacity. Excellent cargo evacuation and receiving infrastructure support smooth cargo movement in and out of the port.

The storage infrastructure consists of the following storage areas:

  • Coal:1,13,024 Sq. Mtr. (Mechanized)
  • Coal/Limestone: 1,84,083 Sq. Mtr. (Semi-Mechanized)
  • Iron ore/Thermal Coal: 75,606 Sq. Mtr. (Mechanized)
  • Covered Warehousing: 33,750 Sq. Mtr.
  • Storage for Container/Steel: 8,000 Sq. Mtr.

The 'merry-go-round' railway system for handling of rakes helps to achieve greater efficiencies and better turnaround times for rakes. The rail cargo infrastructure at Dhamra port consists of Rake Loading Facility: 2 Rapid Loading Silos with 2000 TPH each and 2 Rapid Loading Silos with 4000 TPH each

Dhamra Port has deep drafts, all weather and direct berthing facilities. The berths at the port are capable of handling the largest cape size bulk carrier in the World

Dhamra Port is an all-weather port with no loss of operational days and hence makes it a port of choice for trade. Dhamra port has superior marine support infrastructure and assets which includes a fleet of Tugs and Dredgers. These ensure uninterrupted and smooth operations 24x7 in all environments at the port.

Dhamra port is well connected with all major cities in India via rail and road, and plays a major role in the development of port led industries

Rail

Dhamra port is connect with the state highway and railway line at Bhadrak with a 125 meter wide utilities corridor which can accommodate two rail tracks and a four lane road along with service lines viz. transmission line and pipe lines.
As part of Phase-I, the port has constructed 62 km rail line (doubling work under progress) from Dhamra to Bhadrak/Ranital Link Cabin on the main Howrah-Chennai line.

Road

DPCL plans to construct a four lane freight road along the corridor to service its upcoming container and general cargo terminal. This will be executed in Phase 2 development.

The terminal infrastructure at Dhamra port is capable of simultaneously handling multiple vessels. For dry cargo, a set of high capacity Grab Ship Unloaders (GSUs), Shore Cranes, stacker-reclaimers ensure quick discharge and also loading of export/coastal route vessels. A large fleet of support equipment such as excavators, pay loaders, dumpers, and mobile cranes ensures uninterrupted and smooth operations across the entire terminal. The port has a fully integrated conveyor system for Import and Export/Coastal Circuit for smooth and fast transit of cargo.

For Import Cargo:
Grab Ship Unloaders : 5 nos. with 2800 TPH each
Mobile Harbour Cranes: 2 nos (LHM 400 with 37 CBM Grab)
Truck Loading Hoppers: 2 nos. with 100 MT capacities each
Stacker Reclaimer: 2 nos. with 5500/3500 TPH each
Stacker Reclaimer: 2 nos. with 7500/3500 TPH each

For Export Cargo:
Ship Loader: 1 nos. with 5000 TPH
Stacker Reclaimer: 02 nos. with 5500/3500 TPH
Reclaimer: 1 no with 5000 TPH
Wagon Tippler: 2 nos. with 25 Tipps Per Hour Per Tippler
Track Hopper: 1 nos. capable of unloading 1 full rake in 90 Minutes

The storage infrastructure consists of the following storage areas:

  • Coal:1,13,024 Sq. Mtr. (Mechanized)
  • Coal/Limestone: 1,84,083 Sq. Mtr. (Semi-Mechanized)
  • Iron ore/Thermal Coal: 75,606 Sq. Mtr. (Mechanized)
  • Covered Warehousing: 33,750 Sq. Mtr.
  • Storage for Container/Steel: 8,000 Sq. Mtr.

The 'merry-go-round' railway system for handling of rakes helps to achieve greater efficiencies and better turnaround times for rakes. The rail cargo infrastructure at Dhamra port consists of Rake Loading Facility: 2 Rapid Loading Silos with 2000 TPH each and 2 Rapid Loading Silos with 4000 TPH each

Dhamra Port has deep drafts, all weather and direct berthing facilities. The berths at the port are capable of handling the largest cape size bulk carrier in the World

Dhamra Port is an all-weather port with no loss of operational days and hence makes it a port of choice for trade. Dhamra port has superior marine support infrastructure and assets which includes a fleet of Tugs and Dredgers. These ensure uninterrupted and smooth operations 24x7 in all environments at the port.

Dhamra port is well connected with all major cities in India via rail and road, and plays a major role in the development of port led industries

Rail

Dhamra port is connect with the state highway and railway line at Bhadrak with a 125 meter wide utilities corridor which can accommodate two rail tracks and a four lane road along with service lines viz. transmission line and pipe lines.
As part of Phase-I, the port has constructed 62 km rail line (doubling work under progress) from Dhamra to Bhadrak/Ranital Link Cabin on the main Howrah-Chennai line.

Road

DPCL plans to construct a four lane freight road along the corridor to service its upcoming container and general cargo terminal. This will be executed in Phase 2 development.

The terminal infrastructure at Dhamra port is capable of simultaneously handling multiple vessels. For dry cargo, a set of high capacity Grab Ship Unloaders (GSUs), Shore Cranes, stacker-reclaimers ensure quick discharge and also loading of export/coastal route vessels. A large fleet of support equipment such as excavators, pay loaders, dumpers, and mobile cranes ensures uninterrupted and smooth operations across the entire terminal. The port has a fully integrated conveyor system for Import and Export/Coastal Circuit for smooth and fast transit of cargo.

For Import Cargo:
Grab Ship Unloaders : 5 nos. with 2800 TPH each
Mobile Harbour Cranes: 2 nos (LHM 400 with 37 CBM Grab)
Truck Loading Hoppers: 2 nos. with 100 MT capacities each
Stacker Reclaimer: 2 nos. with 5500/3500 TPH each
Stacker Reclaimer: 2 nos. with 7500/3500 TPH each

For Export Cargo:
Ship Loader: 1 nos. with 5000 TPH
Stacker Reclaimer: 02 nos. with 5500/3500 TPH
Reclaimer: 1 no with 5000 TPH
Wagon Tippler: 2 nos. with 25 Tipps Per Hour Per Tippler
Track Hopper: 1 nos. capable of unloading 1 full rake in 90 Minutes