Dry Bulk Division

In 2010, IMC made a foray into the dry bulk terminalling business - development of cargo teminals and provision of Operations and Maintenance (O&M) services

Development of Cargo Terminal

Following a competitive bidding process, IMC Limited was chosen as the successful bidder by Kandla Port Trust for the development and operation of Multi-purpose Cargo Berth No. 15 on Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) basis for 30 years. IMC incorporated a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), in the name and style of JRE Infra Pvt Ltd. (JREIPL) for implementing the Project.

Terminal Features

  • Handling capacity of over 4.5 MTPA
  • Cargo Berth 300m long and 55m wide Berth
  • Draft alongside 12.5 metres
  • Terminal capable of handling vessels up to 75000 DWT
  • Cargo Storage area of 217000 sqmtrs adjoining the Berth
  • Mechanized discharge, loading and storage facilities

Benefits of the Project:

  • High Productivity levels for cargo handling
  • Road access and adequate network within the Terminal
  • Rail siding facility available within Terminal
  • Terminal equipped with Fire Fighting and Dust Suppression facility
  • Provision of necessary office facility for Port users
  • KPT Declared Tariff will be applicable
  • Contamination free Cargo storage
  • Weighbridges with required capacity

Operations and Maintenance (O&M) services

IMC provides O&M terminalling services in the dry bulk sector. At New Mangalore Port, IMC provides O&M services to Udupi Power Corporation, for handling coal imports at the port and load the coal into rail wagons for onward movement to the Power Plant. In a short span, IMC has demonstrated its capability to handle Panamax ships and loading of rail wagons.

As part of its long term strategy, IMC is committed to providing the best-in-class O&M services to large power, fertilizer and petrochemical plants at plants and inland locations