Terminal – 1 Marine Infrastructure- Berth
- Berth & Retaining Structure :
Diaphragm Wall and Anchor Wall : 370 m + 60 m
- Short Arm Retaining Structure :
Diaphragm Wall and Anchor Wall: 30 + 270 m
Paradip Port is an artificial, deep water port in the East coast of India in Jagatsinghpur district of Odisha. Paradip port is strategically situated so as to serve a vast hinterland spreading over the states of Odisha, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal. It is situated at the confluence of Mahanadi River and Bay of Bengal.
KICTPPL is a Joint Venture Company of Ripley & Company (Stevedoring & Handling) Pvt. Ltd, a stake Holder in Port Terminal and Stevedoring and Port Logistics Services Provider, Mobile Harbour Crane Owner and Operator with operations in Major Ports on the East Coast of India.
Bothra Shipping Services Pvt Ltd, a Port Terminal operator, End to End Logistics Services Provider, Vessel Owner/ Charterer and Mobile Harbour Crane Owner and Operator at many Ports in India.
Kakinada Seaports Limited, a company operating the Deep Water Port of Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh with Agreement of the AP State Government.
KICTPPL is a Special Purpose Vehicle incorporated for the implementation and operation of the Mechanised Import Coal Terminal at Paradip Port under the Concession Awarded by the Paradip Port.
Promoters have extensive experience in handling Bulk Cargoes on the mechanised system and associated Logistics including Rail and Road evacuation of Bulk cargoes.