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port of Tuticorin

Tuticorin Terminal, India

The port of Tuticorin is a strong strategic place in India: it serves the State of Tamil Nadu, a very industrialized region of southern India, showing some of the best growth in the country.

The objective of Bolloré Ports is to make Tuticorin Terminal a performing terminal equipped with latest-generation bulk-handling equipment, in order to meet the needs of international ship-owners.

Technical specifications of Tuticorin Terminal

  • Total wharf length: 345 m
  • Draught: -12,8 m
  • Access channel: -14,2 m
  • Container yard: 6 ha
  • Equipment:
    • STS (Ship to shore gantries): 2
    • RTG (Rubber Tyred Gantries): 9
  • 32 areas dedicated to refrigerated containers (reefers)
  • Container storage capacity: 3,200 TEUs
  • Theoretical annual capacity: 700,000 TEUs

Informations service

  • Continuous loading and unloading: 24 h/24, 365 days per year
  • Berthing: 24/7

Focus on the port of Tuticorin

  • Maximum draught: -11,5
  • Length of general cargo wharf: 3,821 m
  • Installations for port supplies, ship waste water treatment service, shipyard


Tuticorin Terminal

DBGT Pvt Ltd
8th Berth, VOC Port Trust
Tuticorin 628 004

Tel.: (+91) 461 238 2222
Mob.: (+91) 75 98 565544

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