Deepest Draft among all East Coast Ports
Fully Mechanised Cargo Handling System
Proximity to the Mineral Belt of India
Dhamra is one of the deep draft ports of India with a draft of 18 meters, which can accommodate super cape-size vessels up to 180,000 DWT. It is an all-weather, multi-user, multi-cargo port with a potential to handle more than 100 MMTPA of dry bulk, liquid bulk, break bulk, containerised and general cargo.
The Dhamra Port Company Limited (DPCL) is a 100% subsidiary of Adani Ports and SEZ. DPCL has been awarded a concession by Government of Odisha to build and operate a port north of the mouth of river Dhamra in Bhadrak district on BOOST (Build, Own, Operate, Share and Transfer) basis for a total period of 34 years including a period of 4 years for construction.
It is poised to become the largest and most efficient port in the East coast of India.
Situated between Haldia and Paradeep, Dhamra Port is well sheltered between the mainland and Kanika Sands Island on the mouth of the river Dhamra. The location of Dhamra is in close proximity to the mineral belt of Orissa, Jharkhand and West Bengal and its dedicated connectivity will help serve this hinterland with the greatest efficiency