The Foundation of Infrastructure

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1 Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd. The Foundation of Infrastructure Steel and Project Cargo

2 APSEZ has accrued advantages of a deep draft seaport, logistical connectivity and aligned infrastructure, thereby positioning itself as the most preferred maritime gateway for diversified businesses. Today, we are the largest private port in India and we will continue to push for greater heights to ensure that the future belongs to us.

3 Mundra Port Mundra, the largest private sector multi-cargo port in India. 40 kms of water front. Connected to the hinterland rail network with 64 kms private railway link. Handled 64 MMT of cargo in the FY Capacity to handle super capesize vessels, VLCC (for crude) and up to TEU container vessels. Handled 8400 TEU container vessels, the only port in India to cater to such large vessels. Dedicated storage areas for handling different commodities.

4 APSEZ Installed Capacity Particulars Berths (nos) Total Capacity (MMTPA) Existing Facilities Mundra port Multipurpose Cargo Berths Single Point Mooring Coal Import Terminal 83.5 MMTPA 40 MMTPA 60 MMTPA Dry Cargo Bulk Break Bulk Fertilizers Liquid Cargo HPCL Petrochemicals Containers AMCT MICT South Basin SPM IOCL HMEL West Basin Total Terminal 1

5 Terminal 3 Terminal lars go ulk ers argo icals ers asin Berths (nos) 5 1 Total Capacity (MMTPA) L l sin * Berth No. 9 and 10 are contiguous

6 Steel and Project Cargo APSEZ, Mundra Break-Bulk Handling Volume Handled (in MT) Salient Features All weather port with 4x7 and 365 days operations. Capable of handling gearless vessels. Steel & Projec t Cargo Priority berthing for break-bulk cargo at Terminal 3. One berth designed specially to handle very heavy units, 75m patch with a payload of 10MT/sq.mtrs. Quick turnaround of break-bulk vessels with high productivity. Steel and Project Cargo Volumes YOY Growth Minimal waiting time and facility for berthing on arrival. Cycotronic auto-controlled tandem operations facility available on 100 MT MHC. Handling 900 MT boiler unit makes us a preferred SODC handling port. Terminal capable of handling load up to 10 MT/sq.mtrs. Steel and Project Cargo

7 Steel Cargo Handling Salient Features State-of-the-art technology Goliath cranes attached with vacuum lifters to get scratch free handling of quality sensitive cargo of steel pipes. Single window service by APSEZ facilitating all activities from berthing, stevedoring, back-up handling to dispatch. Best-in-class steel yard spread across 1.5 lacs sq. mtrs. within the port having a capacity to handle 6 MMT/ year. Efficient Handling of Project Cargo Steel Cargo Pre Berthing Delay Equipment at port for handling steel cargo includes 6 Kalmars (4 T capacity), 16 mobile harbor cranes (100 MT capacity), 8 Goliath cranes with vacuum lifting attachments, forklifts (4 T capacity) and 1 Reach Stacker. Specially designed coil stands for locking of coils on trailers for internal movement and System 88 for use on trailers for safe pipe transportation.

8 Master Plan of APSEZ, Mundra

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10 Dahej Port Existing Facilities World-class solid cargo handling terminal at Dahej for EXIM trade to serve central Gujarat, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh with international standard norms, excellent storage facilities and eco-friendly technology. The port is located in the Gulf of Khambhat, Bharuch district, Gujarat, on the west coast of India. Port infrastructure is capable of handling dry bulk, break bulk and project cargo operations round the clock. North Jetty Mechanised Operations (Mainly for Coal) At APPPL,.65 lac sq. mtrs open storage area is available, including 1000 sq. mtrs of concrete storage yard for bulk/break bulk (further expandable to sq. mtrs). Mechanised cargo handling systems with two shore cranes at North Berth and manual handling system with two mobile hoppers and two shore cranes at South Berth for faster turnaround of vessel operations. 3.8 km conveyor connectivity available within port with rated capacity 400 TPH. RORO Jetty For Project Cargo (SODC) South Jetty Non-Mechanised Operations (Mainly for Clean Cargo) Two stacker reclaimer in stack yard with a capacity of 400 TPH stacking and 500 TPH reclaiming.

11 Berth Facilities Berths: North Berth: Mechanised handling system and shore crane for cargo handling. South Berth: Manual operation with hopper and shore crane for cargo handling. RO RO Berth: APPPL has developed RO RO facilities for handling ODC cargo. Deep draft of 14 mtrs capable of handling capesize vessels. Rail Connectivity A dedicated railway siding with 4 km private rail network connecting Dahej railway station. APPPL has developed 5 KV own electrical line for railway operation from Dahej station to MAPD (Adani s private railway siding). Present capacity of tonnes at stack yard at railway siding for manual rake loading operation. Japanese tugs, Dolphin-3 and Dolphin-4, each having a capacity of 55 tonnes bollard pull with twin engine and twin propeller. The engine of the tugs are of 00 BHP with zed pellar system. Facilities Under Development A conveying system with 4000 tonnes carrying capacity for transportation of coal from stack yard to silo feeding. A silo with 4000 tonnes capacity at railway yard for rapid loading system of rakes.

12 Hazira Port Existing Facilities One Multipurpose Berth (333 mtrs) sq. mtrs of well demarcated open storage yard for minerals, project cargo, scrap, clinker etc. 50m x 45m closed godown for storage of various cargos viz. fertilizers, fertilizer raw materials (FRM), DOC, wheat, rice, sugar etc.

13 Facilities Being Operationalised Multipurpose Berths One mechanised berth and one non-mechanised berth having total quay length 617 mtrs. Liquid Terminal* Tank terminal comprising of 50 tanks with total storage volume of KL for storage of various liquids like edible oils, petroleum products, and chemicals. (* Approval under process) Dedicated pump with individual tank for road tanker loading facility. Container Freight Station 300m x 45m closed area for cargo stuffing and destuffing with 1000 ground slots. Container Terminal Two berths having total quay length of 630 mtrs. Container yard having 3381 ground slots including 10 reefer points. Facilities Under Planning & Development Container Terminal Additional capacity upto 5 Mn TEUs with total six container berths to meet the containerised cargo growth. Liquid Terminal Two dedicated berths for liquids. Additional tanks with KL storage capacity. Multipurpose Berths Four for handling cargo.

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15 Our Partners in Success

16 Mundra Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd. Post Box No. 1, Navinal Island, Mundra (Kutch) Tel: Fax: Ahmedabad Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd. Adani House, Shrimali Society, Near Mithakali Circle, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad Tel: /10 Fax: Mumbai Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd. 6th Floor, HallMark Business Plaza, Opp. Guru Nanak Hospital, Bandra (East), Mumbai Tel: Fax: New Delhi Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd. Adani House, Plot No.: 83, Institutional Area, Sector 3, Gurgaon Tel: Fax: Gandhidham Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd. 04, Shah Avenue 1, Police Station Road, Plot No. 11, Ward 1b, Gandhidham Telefax: Hazira Adani Hazira Port Pvt. Ltd. AT & PO Hazira, Tal. Choryashi, Dist. Surat , Gujarat Tel: Fax: Dahej Adani Petronet (Dahej) Port Pvt. Ltd. AT & PO Lakhigam, Tal. Vagra, Via Dahej, Bharuch , Gujarat Tel: Fax: