Dahej Ship Chandler,
Ship Chandlers in Dahej

For all your ship chandelling requirements in Dahej – welcome to Minar Enterprises, the leading ship chandler supplies vessels with provisions, bonded, deck and engine stores. The Port of Dahej is located in the Gulf of Cambay, at the junction of Guljaria and Ban Creek. It is a natural deep water port accommodating vessels of draft up to 25m. It is about 45 kilometers from Bharuch, which is now being connected to the Port of Dahej by a broad gauge rail siding with an initial capacity of 25-30 rakes a day. The nearest airports are at Ahmedabad, Surat and Baroda. A deep draft multi cargo berthing facility is being proposed with a 3.5 km waterfront, to develop the port according to the directions of the Gujarat Maritime Board. In addition to this there are four other port facilities at Dahej, owned by Petronet LNG Limited (including a bulk terminal sub-concessioned to Adani), GCPTCL, ONGC OPAL, Birla Copper and Reliance Industries.

DAHEJ is a Medium-sized Port. The types of vessels regularly calling at DAHEJ are Bulk Carrier (39%), LNG Tanker (19%), Oil/Chemical Tanker (16%), LPG Tanker (12%), and Tug (1%). The last vessel called at this port was LILAC, 5h and 26m and 52s ago. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 321 meters. The maximum draught is 14.1 meters. The maximum Deadweight is 207469t.

Dahej Ship Chandler, Ship Chandlers in Dahej

For all your ship chandelling requirements in Dahej – welcome to Minar Enterprises, the leading ship chandler supplies vessels with provisions, bonded, deck and engine stores. The Port of Dahej is located in the Gulf of Cambay, at the junction of Guljaria and Ban Creek. It is a natural deep water port accommodating vessels of draft up to 25m. It is about 45 kilometers from Bharuch, which is now being connected to the Port of Dahej by a broad gauge rail siding with an initial capacity of 25-30 rakes a day. The nearest airports are at Ahmedabad, Surat and Baroda. A deep draft multi cargo berthing facility is being proposed with a 3.5 km waterfront, to develop the port according to the directions of the Gujarat Maritime Board. In addition to this there are four other port facilities at Dahej, owned by Petronet LNG Limited (including a bulk terminal sub-concessioned to Adani), GCPTCL, ONGC OPAL, Birla Copper and Reliance Industries.

DAHEJ is a Medium-sized Port. The types of vessels regularly calling at DAHEJ are Bulk Carrier (39%), LNG Tanker (19%), Oil/Chemical Tanker (16%), LPG Tanker (12%), and Tug (1%). The last vessel called at this port was LILAC, 5h and 26m and 52s ago. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 321 meters. The maximum draught is 14.1 meters. The maximum Deadweight is 207469t.

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