Mongla Port Provides facilities and services to the international shipping lines and other concerned agencies providing shore-based facilities like jetties, go downs, cargo handling equipment and maintaining adequate water depth in the channel as well as making provision for safe day and night shipping. Even if, in theory, there should be a ratio of 60 – 40 % between Chattogram and Mongla, the reality so far from that with Chattogram currently totalizing 92% of the country’s international trade.
Vision of MPA
Port website: Port of Mongla Website
Port Location and Contacts
Province or District
Town or City (Closest location) with Distance (km)
km: 45 minutes from Kulna
Port's Complete Name
|Port of Mongla|
Managing Company or Port Authority (If more than one operator, break down by area of operation)
|Mongla Port Authority|
Management Contact Person
Closest Airport and Frequent Airlines to / from International Destinations
Airport Name: n/a
Mongla Port Officer’s Contact List
Name & Address
Designation and email
Telephone and fax
Name: Rear Admiral M Mozammel Haque, (G), NUP, ndc, psc, BN,
Phone (office): 04662-75215
Name: Yasmin Afsana
Desig: Member (Finance)
Phone (off): 04662-7514
Name: Md. Altaf Hossain Khan
Desig: Member (Engineering & Development)
Phone (office): 04662-75333
Name: Captain Mohammed Ali Chowdhury, (C), BCGM, ndc
Desig: Member (Harbour & Marine)
Phone (office): 04662- 75222
Fax: 04662- 75224
Name: Md. Gias Uddin
Designation: Director (Admin)
Phone (office): +0466 2-75345
Fax: 04662- 75224
Name: Commander Sheikh Fakhar Uddin (C) BN
Designation: Harbour Master
Phone (office): +04662-75221
Name: Lt Commander M ABDUL ALIM, (N), BN
Desig: Chief Security Officer
Phone (office): +04662-75232
Name: Mr. Ohiuddin Chowdhury
Phone (office): +04662-75275
Name: Md. Zahirul Huq
Designation: Chief Planning
Phone (office): +04662-75218
Name: Md. Mostafa Kamal
Designation: Director (Traffic)
Phone (office): +04662-75363
Name: Md. Faruqul Islam
Desig: Chief Hydrographer
Phone (office): +04662-75312
General Cargo/ Container Berths
4.5 – 5 m
River Mooring Buoys
3 – 8 m
4.7 – 9 m.
Mongla Cement Factory Jetty (Private)
Meghna Cement Factory Jetty (Private)
Max: 225 m
Klean Heat Gaz Factory (Private)
Max: 225 m
Summit United LPG Jetty
Summit United Petroleum Jetty
Dubai-Bangladesh Cement factory Jetty
Holcim Cement Factory Jetty
Vessel Concrete Jetty
Pontoon Berth (for Fresh Water
Pontoon berth (Inland vessels & Ferry)
Berthing Tugs & Mooring Boats
Water Barges (Dumb)
4 * 500 MT
Port Facilities at a Glance
Port performance in last 3 Years
FY 2016 - 17
FY 2017 - 18
FY 2018 - 19
Container Handling (TEU's)
Container Handling (Boxes)
Food Stuff (MT)
Mongla Port Area
4 Nos. (5-8)
19,628 Sq Mtr
17,932 MT (Total Capacity)
19,630 Sq Mtr
15,326 MT (Total Capacity)
45,530 Sq Mtr
300,000 Sq Mtr
Freezer plug points
Car parking yard
For 2,000 cars
Khulna Roosevelt Jetty Area
1 & 2
1,125 Sq Mtr
25,000 Sq Mtr
Cargo Handling Equipment
Name of Equipment
Number of equipment
2x30 MT, 1x24 MT, 1x25 MT & 2x19 MT
Forklift various capacity
Jetty dock crane
Empty container handler
84 MT but 32 MT Extended Boom
Vessel & craft (various types)
Container Handling Capacity
Projected Capacity by 2025
At a time
Clearing Agents / Stevedore
There are almost 600 clearance agents and around 100 stevedore companies. They are appointed on a yearly base, after a call for tender process. List of stevedors who have renewed their licence from Mongla Port Authority for the current year is as follows.
Port Stevedores list
Name of the Organization
M/S Sheikh Abdus Salam & Co.
Madrasa Road Mongla, Bagerhat
M/S A Haq Choudhury & Sons
2, P C Roy Road, Khulna
M/S Khalid Brothers
67 Khan A Sabur Road, Khulna
M/S Nuru & Sons Co
Shromo Kollan Road, Mongla, Bagerhat
M/S Gofur Brothers & Co
Rabeya Complex, 116/2, Islampur Road, Shantidham More, Khulna
M/S Khulna Traders Ltd.
6, Shamsur Rahman Road, Khulna
M/S Pator Para Traders
Port Using Building 6th Floor, 1st Flat, Mongla
M/S Green Enterprise
53 Shromo Kollan Road, Mongla, Bagerhat
M/S Lucky Trading Corporations
309, Khanjahan Ali Road, Khulna
M/S M. A. Hashem & Sons
6/1, Madrasa Road, Mongla, Bagerhat
M/S Jahir Traders
Chalna House, 3 P C Roy Road, Khulna
M/S Obiroto Agencies Ltd.
8, Baitun Nur Shopping Complex
M/S K M Shipping Lines Ltd.
11, KDA Avenue, Nowshin Tower (5th floor), Khulna
M/S United Trading Co.
Rabeya Complex, 116/2 Islampur Road, Khulna
M/S The Linkers International (Pvt) Ltd.
101, Haji Mohsin Road, Khulna
M/S Khulna Union Enterprise Ltd.
205/8 Sonadanga R/A, Khulna
M/S Moni Traders (Pvt.) Ltd.
13 Shrom Kollyan Road, Mongla
M/S Mecca Medina Enterprise
Shrom Kollyan Road, Mongla
M/S Siraj Shipping
Port Powerhouse Road, Mongla
M/S Ahommed & Co.
17, Beni Babu Road, Khulna
M/S Rahman Enterprise
Port Building 6th floor, 3rd flat, Mongla
M/S Khulna Agency
269/2, Khanjahan Ali Road, Khulna
M/S Amin Enterprise
6, Lower Jeshore Road, Khulna
M/S Morelgonj Traders
43/E, road 29, Nirala Residential Area, Khulna
M/S M A Baten
5, PC Roy Road, Khulna
M/S Aroj Ali & Co
92, Khan A Sabur Road, Khulna
M/S S M Akbor Hosen
72, Sir Ikbal Road, Khulna
M/S T Haq & Co. Ltd
Monowara Mansion, room 1, 15, Dr. Moshiur Rahamn Road, Khulna
M/S M Rahman & Brothers
63/4, Sonadanga R/A, Khulna
M/S Sonar Bangla Traders
40, Station Road, Khulna
M/S A Rajjak Dovash & Sons Ltd.
Yakub Ali Building, Mongla
M/S Associated Traders & Meriners Ltd.
Khalil Chamber, 35, KDA Avenue, Khulna
M/S Jebun Associates Ltd.
Sheikh Abdul High Sarak, Mongla
The port is under the administrative control of the Ministry of Shipping. The Chairman is the Chief Executive of the Port. Mongla Port Authority is managed by a board which consists of Chairman and three other members. Board formulates policies concerning operation, administration, finance and development of the port. Other 11 departments are there to assist in performing port operation.
· To the North: A line drawn due East West from a point in position Lat. 220 38.00’ N. Long 89020.00 E. to a point in position lat. 22038.00 N. long 89040.00’ E.
· To the South: A line drawn due East West from a point in position Lat. 21027.00’N. Long 89020.00 E. to a point in position lat. 21027.00 N. long 89040.00’ E.
· To the East: A line joining the point in position Lat. 21027.00 N. Long 89040.00’ E. with the point in position Lat. 22038.00Ñ N. long 89040.00’ E.
· To the West: A line joining the point in position Lat. 22038.00 N. Long 89020.00’ E. with the point in position lat. 21027.00 N. long 89020.00’ E.
• Vessels of 6.0 m. to 8.5 m. draught can take berth in anchorage, mooring buoys and jetties.
• Maximum LOA of vessels: 200 meters
• Tidal range: between 1.2 and 3.5 meter
• Pilotage : Compulsory
• Night navigation is permissible for outward and inward movement of ships up to 140m. LOA and 6.0 m draught.
• 51 Lighted buoys are available at the Channel. “Conical shape" buoys are on starboard side and "can shape" buoys on the port side.
The tides are important for navigation as determines the possibility of crossing the shallow outer bar at the entrance. The tides are semi diurnal with prominent diurnal effect. The approx. tidal range is between 1.2 m. to 3.5 m. all over the channel.
Mongla port consists of shore-based facilities and a sheltered anchorage in the Pussur River. Depth of water available at the anchorage is max. 8.0 M. of LLWD. Distance from Mongla fairway buoy to Mongla port Jetty is 65 Nautical miles.
Entrance to the Pussur river is about 2 miles wide at the mouth and has a bar about 5 nautical miles from the Fairway Buoy where minimum depth is 6 m.
Maximum Size of Ships
Ships drawing up to 7 M. can cross the bar in all seasons. During S.W Monsoons vessels up to 8.0 M. can cross the outer bar in spring tide.
At present coast station Khulna Radio of telegraph and Telephone Dept. maintain 24 hrs. W/T watch 0n 500 KHz (call sign S3E). In addition to the T & T system, the port has harbor control station (call sign S3H) at Mongla and Hiron point pilot station (call sign S3K) to maintain 24 hrs. W/T watch 0n 500 KHz. The station at Hiron Point guides incoming and outgoing vessels from fairway to pilot grounds and vice versa and also remains in touch with Khulna Radio, S 3 E, Mongla S 3 H and ships anchored at Hiron point for movement of pilots and Mooring of vessels.
Incoming ships must be present at Mongla Fairway Buoy at least 3 hours before H.W. at Hiron point, to enter on a day. The master should send the following information to Port Control via Khulna Radio call sign S3E and Hiron point pilot station call sign S3K 24 hrs. prior to arrival at Mongla Fairway buoy:
1.ETA Mongla Fairway Buoy 2. Fresh water draught 3. Speed available 4. Length of vessel 5. Gross tonnage of vessel 6. Flag of vessel 7. Fresh water requirements 8. Local Agent.
3 powerful Tugs are available to attend emergency & also for berthing at jetties, Mooring buoys and Anchorages.
8 single swinging Moorings, 21 Anchor berths & 5 Jetties are available.
The density of water at the Outer Bar varies from 1005 to 1025 and at Mongla from 1002 to 1015.
Available by Barges
Fuel oil can be arranged in Ltd quantities if 48 hours advance notice is given to the respective owner/declaring Shipping Agents.
Fire Fighting Tug is available.
Minor repairs can be arranged through Khulna shipyard & other private workshops.
Lloyds / NKK, P & l Club and private surveyors are available at Khulna.
On receipt of orders from the Master the Steamer agents will arrange to supply necessary watchmen day and night.
Goods are loaded and unloaded by the ship's gear. Handling equipment and crane available at the Port Jetty.
Local shipping agents are responsible for arranging repatriation of the crew.
Police Telephone number 04658-222 and for other purposes Harbor Control 004658-309 and Harbor Master's Telephone No. 04031-221 (off) & 041-760625 (Res) is available.
Misc Port Information (Berthing equipment specifications)
2 ships at the jetty, 5 ships at mooring buoy and 7 ships at anchorage and including private jetties total 14 ships can take berth at a time. Besides, there is wide scope of berthing of more ships in the anchorage.
5 Jetties (length 182.92 meter each), 4 transit sheds (4907 Sq. m. each & total capacity in average 17932 MT), 2 warehouses (9815 Sq. m.) each & total capacity in avr.15326 MT),120 reefer plug points and 3 container yards (35752 TEUS at one stack).
Facilities in the Channel
Channel draft is 6.0 to 8.5 meter. For safe guidance of ship in the channel there are 21 lighted buoys (inner channel-3 buoys, outer anchorage- 16 buoys and fairway buoy-1) and 1 Beacon (at Hironpoint). Max. length of 200-meter ships can cross the Pussur channel.
For constant supply of electricity there are 6 sub-stations and 5 power generating stations. Moreover, special facilities are provided for reefer container from own generator of MPA
Vessels & Crafts
3 Tugboats, 01 Firefighting tug, 2 Pilot launch, 4 dispatch launch, 3 Survey launch, 4 Mooring boats, 1 Buoy Tender Vessel, 3 Self-propelled watercrafts, 2 Inspection launch, 1 Oil storage vessel, 2 ferry launch- total 26 vessels and crafts are ready for smooth functioning of Port.
One Stop Service
One Stop service is being operational in the Jetty area. In this, all departments who are directly involved in the Operation are being in one room. Therefore, the port users need not to move from one department to the other department in order to get their job done. This has created a very user-friendly environment and the activities have become easier and speedy.
Pilotage to the Port
The Pilotage ground extends from the fairway buoy, approximately at position Lat. 21026.9'N Long. 89034.4'E, to the northern limit of the port (Up to a line drawn between Lat. 22038.00' N Long. 89020.00' E and Lat. 22038.00' N Long. 89040.00' E).
The sharply defined "Swatch of No Ground" - the northern tip of which almost touching the pilotage ground, a nature’s boon to the mariners is approaching this port. A fairly accurate position of vessels can be obtained by watching the Echo-Sounder indicating entry of vessel into the "Swatch of No ground". It is usual for the navigators making approaches from Kolkata and Chattogram to proceed between 20- and 30-meter contour which is quite well defined and converge on the northern most tip of the “Swatch of No Ground ".
The lighted Buoy painted “MONGLA FAIRWAY" and fitted with a radar reflector flashing white light every 10 seconds, makes the approach to the Pilotage ground reasonably easy and safe.
From the ' fairway buoy' to pilotage ground (Near Hiron Point) the channel is marked by 9 pairs of lighted buoys with radar reflectors. Masters of vessels before approaching the pilotage ground should await instructions from the Hiron point pilot stations. Mariners are cautioned that they may have to take appropriate corrective measures as the vessels are likely to set towards North-West during flood tide.
Ship approaching Mongla Port will send their ETA and draft to their respective agents and to PORT KHULNA vis Khulna Radio (Call sign S3E) at least 24 hrs. before their actual time of arrival at the Fairway Buoy. On receipt of the ETA directly from the ship the pilot is detailed in order of priority of arrivals. Further instructions are issued by the pilot himself on VHF. On or before arrival at the Fairway Buoy, the Master is to contact the Hiron Point Pilot Station on W/T (Call sign S3K) or on channel 16 on VHF for bar crossing instructions. It must be emphasized that the instructions so received should be repeated by the ship receiving such messages. The banks of the river are stable and have continuous belt of forest with small creeks at places throughout the passage up to the Mongla Harbor area. The controlling bar at the entrance of Pussur River has a minimum datum depth of 6.0 M. This sets limit to the draft of ships entering and leaving Mongla Port.
Tides and semi diurnal with spring rise between max. 2.80 M. in winter to max. 3.35 M. in Monsoon. Tidal stations at Hiron Point, Joymonirgol and Mongla are maintained for observation and record of daily tides. Unlike other riverine ports of the Bay of Bengal there are no incidents of bore tides or freshets. During Monsoon the Hinterland Rivers are in spate and current may attain strength up to 6 knots. The bottom is mainly of mud and fine sand.
The channel is marked by buoys at various points conical shapes to be passed on the starboard hand and can shapes on the port hand when entering with the mainstream of flood. Weather is mainly tropical with very mild winter with minimum temperature of 8'C and humidity 95% and during south westerly monsoon from June to August causing rainfall of average 200 cm. Tropical revolving storm is formed in the Bay of Bengal during the preceding (April-May) and succeeding (Sept-Oct.) two months of Monsoon. The intensity of the storm is lost on reaching the port after crossing the coast and the Sundarbans. A common weather feature is the Norwester in the months of March and April which are typical thunderstorms of very short duration usually occurring at dusk with squally winds up to 40kts.
Port Dues and Charges (as of January 2020)
Rate of port dues
0.241 $ per GRT
Sea-going vessel engaged in lightering within port limits
0.150 per GRT
Sea-going vessels not engaged in lightering have not left the port after 30 days from the date of entry
Sea-going vessel entering for taking fuel, stores and water, etc
Vessels working within port limits, excluding sea-going lighters
Not exceeding 10 GRT: 25 BDT per vessel
Between 10 – 100 GRT: 200 BDT
Between 100 - 200 GRT: 500 BDT
Exceeding 200 GRT: 3 BDT per GRT
Barge/flat: 1.5 BDT per GRT
Country boat/Shampan: 0.25 per GRT.
Berth occupancy charges
Per GRT per day
Mooring occupancy charge
At Own anchor
Per GRT per day
Per GRT per day
200 to 1,000 GRT
Per Tug per Movement
Over 1,000 to 5,000 GRT
Over 5,000 GRT
Water supply charge
At Roosevelt jetty
Per 1000 ltr
At Mongla (local)
At Mongla (to Ships)
Per 1000 ltr
Per 1000 ltr
At Hiron pont (local)
Per 1000 ltr
At Hiron pint (to ship)
Per 1000 ltr
Jetty Crane Charge
Use of Jetty crane
Per crane per period of 8 hours
Use of British crane
Non-Use of Jetty Crane
If cancelled within less than 6 hours of booked period
If cancelled previous to 6 hours of booked period
Holliday charge (working on jetty)
Per ship per holyday
Night charge (working on jetty)
Per ship per night
Security guard engaged on the sea-going vessel
Per person, per 4 hours
Shifting / Detention Fees
Basis of Charge
Fees for shifting vessels from one berth or mooring or swinging her to another
Fees for such shifting taking place in whole or part between 6:00 pm to 6:00 am
Detention fees for failure of a vessel in arriving or sailing from the port in time
Pilot detention fee
Berthing or unberthing at the time of arrival or sailing of the vessels
Same at the time of shifting
Port & Harbour Dues
Basis of Charge
Per 1000 kg
Landing charge / Handling charge
Bagged cargo (wheat and rice)
Other bagged cargo (cement, iron, steel, salt, sugar etc)
All other imports not exceeding 3MT
Wheeled or tracked equip.
Garments, cloths, cotton, etc
Crude refined oil, palm oil, soyabean oil etc
Other import more than 20 MT
Weight bridge charge
Per 1000 Kg
At the same wharf
Per 1000 Kg
150% of landing charge
Terminal charge on river traffic
Per 1000 Kg
Container Handling Charges
Basis of charge
Upto 20’ Container
Above 20’ container
Loading / Discharging
1st 10 days
First 7 days
Over height Container (Loaded)
1st 10 days
Over height Container (Empty
1st 7 days
Reefer container Charge
Supply of electricity
Per Container per diem
River dues on container and Containerised Cargo
FCL Container and content
LCLContainer and content
Per 1000 kg
Stuffing and unstuffing Charges
150% of the Loading or Discharging Charge.
Due and Charges on Goods
Rent Charge (Wharf rent) for import cargo (covered storage)
Basis of charge
0 to 7 days
8 to 14 days
For each add days up to 22days
Iron and steal
Wheeled or tracked vehicles
All other imports
Space Rent Charge
Basis of charge
Cargo inside the protected area
Per sq² / meter
Cargo outside protected area
Per sq² / meter
Storage of gears equip and other
Goods Carrying Charges on board water burges
Khulna to Mongla
Khulna to Hironpoint
Mongla to Hironpoint
Mongla Port is not very well equipped for the bulk grain handling. There are no vacuators, silo facilities and bagging machines at the port. No silo terminal at port level. But a small silo of 500 MT exists in Khulna and recently big modern silo is at Joymonir goal has been established.
Mongla Port Silo
In order to have Safe Storage Facilities of Food grains a modern Silo has been built at Joymonirgol, 17 km south of Mongla Port. The silo has a storage capacity of 50,000 MT in 30 different bins. The area is fully equipped with an Independent Jetty along with all types of handling facilities. So Mongla port is now fully ready to accept any quantity of imported food grains.
Reefer Cargo Arrangements
Reefer cargo particularly export of frozen shrimps is predominant through this port. In the container yard no. 1 & 2 there are 160 plug points to connect reefer containers. Electricity is being supplied from electric substations to the reefer container. For constant and uninterrupted power supply MPA has its own generators which are capable to supply power to 40 containers. Provision of 110 volt power supply for reefer container is also available in the container yard.
In Bangladesh, the industries are in and around Dhaka-Chattogram. The business community of Dhaka and its surrounding areas is less interested to import and export their cargo through Mongla Port because of lack of fair roads and bridges connection. The present government has given emphasis for the development of Mongla Port and pushes the construction of the Padma Bridge at Mawa point. When Padma bridge will be operational, the distance from Dhaka to Mongla will be 170 Km. So, the business community of Dhaka and its surrounding areas will be more interested to use Mongla Port for importing & exporting cargos as the transportation distance from Dhaka to Mongla will be shorter than Dhaka to Chattogram.
At present, Jute & jute goods, frozen cargo and other general cargo are exported from Mongla port. Moreover, import of heavy machinery & equipment, fertilizer, food grain, sugar, motor vehicles, raw materials of industry etc. through Mongla Port will increase. As a matter of consequence, the act of establishing different types of new industries in the south-western part of the country, scope of huge employment, expansion of trade & business and overall activities of Mongla Port will increase and develop rapidly.
Ongoing Development Project
Project name; Estimated cost; Implementation period
Capital dredging of cattle channels from Mongla port to Rampal power station. Estimated expenditure: BDT. 16650.00 lakh. Implementation: 2016 – 17 to 2018 – 19
The development of existing infrastructure at the Mongla Port Authority's Roosevelt Jetty. Estimated expenditure: BDT. 2360.00 lakh. Implementation: July 2017 to December 2019
Inauguration of the Vessel Traffic Management and Information System (VTMIS). Estimated expenditure: BDT. 4890.78 lakh. Implementation: 2017-18 to 2018-19
Dredging at the Mongla Port Channel. Estimated expenditure: BDT. 71250.00 lakh. Implementation: July 2017 to December 2019
Tug Boat Collection for Mongla port. Probable expense: BDT 4929.00 lakh. Implementation: January 2018 to December, 2018
Surface water Treatment Plant set up for Mongla port. Probable expense: BDT 2472.50 lakh. Implementation: 2018 - 19 to 2019 - 20
Dredging in the food silo area of the Harbor channel in Mongla port Probable expense: BDT 3638.85 lakh Implementation: 2018 - 19 to 2019-20
Strategic master plan for Mongla Port. Estimated expenditure: BDT. 530.00 lakh Implementation: SEPA: 2016 to June 2019
Essential Equipment collection for Mongla port. Probable expense: BDT 43352.00 lakh Implementation: July 2018 to June 2021
Under PPP: Construction of 2 incomplete jetty of Mongla port Estimated expenditure: BDT. 41200.00 lakh. Implementation: 2016-17 to 2020 - 21
Projects in Approval Process
Expansion and Modernization of the facility of Mongla Port:
1. Container terminal construction of Mongla port.
2. Container delivery yard construction at Mongla Port
3. Bobbing yard construction.
4. Multistoried Car Yard construction
5. of cattle on the channel of the Sinking rake removal
6. The main road of Mongla Port (Six Lane and bypass road)
7. River protection works at the Jetty area.
Probable expense: BDT 447744.97 lakh. Implementation period: 2022 - 23
Collection of Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger. Probable expense: BDT 32000.00 lakh. Implementation: 2017 – 18 to 2019 - 20
Upgradation of Mongla Port Probable expense: BDT 60146.90 lakh. Implementation: from 2018 – 19 to 2022 – 23
Modern waste management at Mongla Port. Probable expense: BDT 32221.00 lakh Implementation: July 2018 to June, 2021
Collection of 2 Oil recovery vessels, Oil boom and accessories. Probable expense: BDT 1000.00 lakh Implementation: July 2019 to June 2021
Future development Plan
Role of Mongla Port in blue Economy
Blue economy is a sea resource dependent economics. Blue economy, as well as an effective alternative to the 21st century challenge in protecting environmental degradation, has already built a strong position across the globe. In the world economy, ocean economy continues to contribute greatly. For large population of Bangladesh, employment can be done by the sea-based blue economy. The recent sea victory has opened the floodgates of the Blue Revolution.
Strategic plan by Mongla Port to implement the Blue Economy Initiative
Short-term (ongoing activities)
1. Dredging till Rampal of Pusur channel. Project expense: 16650.00 lakh
1. Expansion and modernization of the facility of Mongla Port Probable expenditure of the project: 447744.97 lakh
1. Collection of modern Container and cargo handling equipment. Probable expenditure of the project: 30000.00 lakh
2. Development of Roosevelt Jetty infrastructure. Project expense: 2360.00 lakh
2. One Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger Collection. Probable expenditure of the project: 32000.00 lakh
2. Construction of Car Yard at Joymonir gol. Probable expenditure of the project: 10000.00 lakh
3. Introduction of the Vessel Traffic Management and Information System (VTMIS). Project expense: 4890.78 lakh
3. Upgrading of Mongla Port. Probable expenditure of the project: 658596.00 lakh
3. Construction of multi-purpose jetty at Joymonir gol. Probable expenditure of the project: 140000.00 lakh
4. Dredging at Outer Bar Project expense: 71250.00 lakh
4. Modern Waste Management System. Probable expenditure of the project: 19800.00 lakh
4. Construction of floating jetty at Akram Point. Probable expenditure of the project: 50000.00 lakh
5. Tug Boat Collection Project expense: 4929.00 lakh
5. Various of equipment collecting Probable expenditure of the project: 44252.00 lakh
5. The development and of the deer Point Pilot tower and construction of the building for the Light house attendant at the Jack ford point. Probable expenditure of the project: 10000.00 lakh
6. Setting up of surface water treatment plant. Project expense: 2472.50 lakh
6. Strengthening of fire safety system. Probable expenditure of the project: 2455.60 lakh
6. River Governance Program adopted. Probable expenditure of the project: 150000.00 lakh
7. Collection of mobile Harbor crane. Project expense: 4681.50 lakh
7. Setting up of existing jetty of Mongla port. Probable expenditure of the project: 2809.92 lakh
7. Building advanced and modern light towers. Probable expenditure of the project: 5000.00 lakh
8. Strategic Master Plan. Project expense: 530.00 lakh.
8. Helicopters and all facilities for the helipad. Probable expenditure of the project: 30000.00 lakh
9. Dredging in the food silo area of the Harbor channel. Probable expenditure of the project: 3638.85 lakh
9. Construction of yard and renovation of road including construction of Dolphin jetty at Roosevelt Jetty. Probable Exp: 15420.40 lakh
9. Collection of auxiliary vessels (in 3 different stages).
Probable expenditure of the project: 80000.00 lakh
10. Construction of 2 incomplete jetty of Mongla port (Via PPP) Project expense: 41200.00 lakh
10. Dredging to achieve 8 mtr CD on the Poshur channel. Probable expenditure of the project: 98500.00 lakh
10. Collection of high-powered rescue vessels.
Probable expenditure of the project: 3000.00 lakh
11. Collection of 5 vessels for Mongla port. Probable expenditure of the project: 25000.00 lakh
11. Car Career Collection.
Probable expenditure of the project: 500.00 lakh
12. Construction of Container terminal (1st stage) at Joymonir gol. Probable expenditure :100000.00 lakh
13. Oil Spill Vessel Collection. Probable expenditure: 8000.00 lakh
14. Construction of water refineries (2nd phase).
Probable expenditure: 10000.00 lakh
15. Construction of Container terminal (2nd stage) at Joymonir gol. Probable expenditure: 200000.00 lakh
16. Collection of Navigational aids. Probable expenditure: 5000.00 lakh
17. Construction of Port Centric city with Mega shopping complex. Probable expenditure: 200000.00 lakh
18. Dredging project to achieve 10 Mtr CD at Pusur river.
Probable expenditure: 150000.00 lakh
19. VTMIS Expansion project. Probable expenditure: 10000.00 lakh
MPA has adopted ISPS Code well ahead of 1st July 2004. Strict physical security is being maintained as per Port Facility Security Plan approved by Designated Authority. MPA was issued with Statement of Compliance of Port Facility Security certificate on 26th September 2004. Security information with vessels is exchanged by Port Control station before entering port limit. Reasonable full proof security is being maintained with the deployment and cooperation of security personnel from different agencies in addition to her own security personnel. So far, the port authority and all the users are satisfied with the port security arrangement. The port authority is trying to have their own security personnel for the total coverage of the area. Port has updated and modern digital security equipment also in place. To ensure proper security at the port premises and Jetty area they have following personnel and equipment:
Main Gate has 4, Gate No. 2 has 1 & Port Building has 1.
C C Tv Monitor
Main Gate has 2.
Hand Metal Detector
Situated at the entrance and outside Gate
Access Control Monitor
C C Camera
32 are setup on progress
One is on Main Gate
For information on Bangladesh Port of Mongla additional information, please see the following documents:
Bangladesh Port of Mongla Additional Information
Bangladesh Port of Mongla Berth Info
Bangladesh Port of Mongla container facilities
Bangladesh Port of Mongla Pussur Channel
Note: The information provided in the attached documents, which has been taken from the old DLCA, does not match the structure of the new LCA and is therefore provided separately.
For information on Bangladesh Port of Mongla contacts information, please see the following link:
4.4 Bangladesh Port and Waterways Company Contact List