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APM Terminals – Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd

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APM Terminals – Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd

  • All weather port protected by two islands
  • Excellent road and rail connectivity
  • Storage facilities for containers, reefers, bulk and liquid cargo
  • One of the fastest growing ports in India

The Port Pipavav, which is operated by APM Terminals is in the state of Gujarat with access to important shipping lines and markets in northwest India. The port is a public-private partnership with a 43.01 per cent stake of APM Terminals. Currently the port has the container capacity of 1.35 million Twenty-foot Equivalent Units (TEUs), 5 million tonnes of dry cargo capacity and 2 million tonnes of liquid cargo capacity. The company had a standalone total income of Rs 747.22 crore (US$ 106.91 million) in FY19 and reached Rs 612.52 crore (US$ 87.64 million) in 9MFY20.

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APM Terminals – Lifting Global Trade


APM terminals Mumbai handled more than 2 million TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units)

Weekly scheduled block train from port pipavav started by CMA CGM.
APM Terminals Pipavav bagged Gujarat State CSR Award

2018 Hosted longest container vessel “Adrian Maersk”
2016 Container handling capacity of 1.35 million Twenty-foot Equivalent Units (TEUs)
2015 Start of Roll-on/roll-off operations
2014 Start of liquid operations
2010 Successful Initial Public Offer (IPO)
2001 A 12.5 per cent stake acquired by APM Terminals
2000 APM Terminals increases stake to 54 per cent
1998 Construction completed at the port
1992 Government of Gujarat decided to develop Port Pipavav on a Public Private Partnership Model


Updated: May, 2019

The total traffic handled at major ports in 2019-20 was 704.63 million tonnes, showing an overall growth of 0.82 per cent from previous year in the traffic handled.