2.1.X COUNTRY NAME   Port of   PORT NAME

Port O verview

REPLACE THIS TEXT with one or two paragraphs of narrative describing the port. This section should briefly put the activities of the port into context and may include key observations of the current situation and overall status of operations (management and oversight arrangements, links to production/industry, major imports/exports, etc.) and a high-level outline of existing facilities. Please be concise.

Port website:   INSERT LINK TO PORT WEBSITE

Key port information may also be found at:   http://www.maritime-database.com

 

Port Location and Contact

Country

Insert information

Province or District

 

Nearest Town or City

with Distance from Port

TOWN NAME

DISTANCE (km)

Port's Complete Name

 

Latitude

Insert latitude in decimal degrees format (ex. D DD.dddddd )

Longitude

Insert longitude in decimal degrees format (ex. D DD.dddddd )

Managing Company or Port Authority

 

If more than one operator, break down by area of operation

Management Contact Person

 

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures

AIRPORT NAME

LIST OF INTERNATIONAL CARRIERS

Port Picture

REPLACE THIS TEXT with a map or satellite view of the port here. The picture of the port should include all key areas clearly marked.


REPLACE THIS TEXT with a list of the areas identified in the Port Picture.

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

REPLACE THIS TEXT with a short narrative identifying key companies and their duties within the port. ENSURE COMPANIES IDENTIFIED IN THESE PARAGRAPHS HAVE THEIR CONTACT DETAILS IN SECTION 4.4: Port and Waterways Companies Contact List. Create the list by completing the 4.4 template. 

 

For more information on port contacts, please see the following link:   HQ staff will input a link to section 4.4 Port and Waterways Companies Contact List here.

Port Performance

REPLACE THIS TEXT with a short narrative describing port performance. Key questions to guide your narrative: What is the channel draft and are there other limitations relating to vessel size?; Is the port currently congested?; Is there an established priority for humanitarian cargo?; What are the port’s major limitations/bottlenecks?; What is the average waiting time (the time between arrival and berthing)? Also, be clear whether the Cargo Handling MTs includes or excludes container volume.

Seasonal Constraints

 

Occurs

Time Frame

Rainy Season

Yes / No

From (month) to (month)

Major Import Campaigns

Yes / No

From (month) to (month)

Other Comments

INSERT OTHER CONSTRAINT(S) IF REQUIRED

 

Handling Figures for YEAR

Vessel Calls

 

Container Traffic (TEUs)

 

 

Handling Figures Bulk and Break Bulk for YEAR

Bulk (MT)

 

Break bulk (MT)

 

Discharge Rates and Terminal Handling Charges

For information on port rates and charges, please see the following link:   INSERT LINK TO PORT RATES/TARIFFS PAGE – link directly to an external webpage which has relevant rates, tariffs, and/or charges for the port, if available.

 

REPLACE THIS TEXT, if no link available, with a description to any issues regarding discharge rates, or identify information sources which will have the most up-to-date information. Give indicators on expected cost for break bulk and bulk as well as terminal handling charges.

Berthing Specifications

Type of Berth

Quantity

Length

(m)

Maximum

Draft (m)

Comments

Conventional Berth

 

 

 

 

Container Berth

 

 

 

 

Silo Berth

 

 

 

 

Berthing Tugs

 

 

 

 

Water Barges

 

 

 

 


REPLACE THIS TEXT with any further narrative about berths available or with relevant links to supporting websites.

General Cargo Handling Berths

Cargo Type

Berth Identification

Imports - Bagged Cargo

 

Exports - Bagged Cargo

 

Imports and Exports - RoRo

 

Other Imports

 

Port Handling Equipment

Is the port equipment managed by the government or privately?   INSERT ANSWER HERE

REPLACE THIS TEXT with 2 - 3 sentences describing the management of the port handling equipme nt.

Equipment

Available

 

Total Quantity and Capacity Available

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage

Dockside Crane

Yes / No

 

 

Container Gantries

Yes / No

 

 

Mobile Cranes

Yes / No

 

 

Reachstacker

Yes / No

 

 

RoRo Tugmaster (with Trailer)

Yes / No

 

 

Grain Elevator with Bagging Machines

Yes / No

 

 

Transtainer

Yes / No

 

 

Forklifts

Yes / No

 

 

Container Facilities

REPLACE THIS TEXT AND PICTURES with 1 - 3 sentences describing the container facilities. Pictures and diagrams of the facilities would also be valuable.

Facilities

20 ft

40 ft

Container Facilities Available

INSERT TEXT HERE

INSERT TEXT HERE

Container Freight Station (CFS)

 

 

Refrigerated Container Stations

 

 

Other Capacity Details

 

 

Daily Take Off Capacity
(Containers per Day)

 

 

Number of Reefer Stations
(Connection Points)

 

 

Emergency Take-off Capacity

Give an indication

Give an indication

Off take Capacity of Gang Shift
(Containers per Shift)

 

 

Customs Guidance

REPLACE THIS TEXT with a paragraph outlining the customs activities at the port. Give guidance on how long it normally takes, recommendations on working with custom officials at the port, location of customs offices and operating hours, and any other relevant issues. Ensure custom contact details are given and any relevant websites. ENSURE YOU HAVE COMPLETED SECTION 1.3 CUSTOMS INFORMATION.

 

For more information on customs in COUNTRY NAME , please see the following link:   HQ staff will input a link to section 1.3 Customs Information here.  

Terminal Information

MULTIPURPOSE TERMINAL

REPLACE THIS TEXT with 1 - 2 sentences describing any multipurpose terminal facilities if such facilities are available. Identify if Ro-Ro facilities are available, berths, square meters.

GRAIN AND BULK HANDLING

REPLACE THIS TEXT with 3 - 5 sentences describing grain and bulk handling facilities. Identify by name any companies responsible for bagging and ensure they are in contact list file. Identify if direct bagging from ship discharge is possible. Provide any further details on equipment and capacity not already covered.

MAIN STORAGE TERMINAL

REPLACE THIS TEXT with a 3 - 4 sentences describing the main storage facilities. Identify the number of warehouses available, square meters available, square meters available for storage of food supplies.

Storage Type

Number of Storage Facilities

Area (m 2 )

Bagged Cargo

 

 

Refrigerated Cargo

 

 

General Cargo

 

 

Stevedoring

REPLACE THIS TEXT with 2 - 4 paragraphs describing what comprises stevedoring activities, if they are provided by private or government entities, ensure contacts are on the contact list, amount of labour available, and if additional incentives are possible.

Hinterland Information

REPLACE THIS TEXT with a paragraph, no more than 6 sentences, which describes how items are moved out of the port. Identify the common modes of transport, capacity, and companies available. Ensure any identified companies have their contact details in the contact list.

Port Security

REPLACE THIS TEXT with one to two paragraphs narrating the current security and safety arrangements in place. Identify any gaps or areas of concern. Keep in mind considerations for stock security, personnel safety, insurance risk, etc... Identify any planned improvements to security infrastructure or processes and projected impact on the port.  

Security

ISPS Compliant

Yes / No

Current ISPS Level
(Level 1 = Normal, Level 2 = Heightened, Level 3 = Exceptional)

Insert current level here

Police Boats

Yes / No

Fire Engines

Yes / No