Nowadays more than 80 per cent of world commodity turnover is transported by sea. Sea transport plays the main role in the world trade and globalization. The share of bulk cargo haulage in volume of goods transported by sea is about 40 per cent. Sea ports is core node where bulk commodities are paid by consumers and loaded to their vessels. Thus, the sea port becomes the centre of logistic in modern network of transport infrastructure.
However, today hundreds of bulkers with time-charter rate of $ 100,000 per day are waiting to be loaded / unloaded at ports during 7-10 days. The same situation is around the world. The loss of only one bulk carrier is on average A $ 1M. This happens only for a single reason. The lack of existing of deep-water ports in the world leads cargo bulkers to wait their turn and stand in the roads.
In order to reduce the cost of transportation of bulk cargoes the size and deadweight of vessels involved in this process is constantly growing. Whereas the process of increasing of bulk carriers’ carrying capacity created the problem of shortage in deep port facilities. The redevelopment of existing ports and dredging of port waters and approach canals for large vessels is huge expensive due to a growing shortage of dredging equipment and constant requests for free vast areas.
Adgex has the ability to extend the UPRAIL track directly to a TRIPORT. Traditional and effective industry practices are used for unloading of wagons and loading of raw materials through a TRIPORT. The Port capacity of up to 100 Mtpa. Its infrastructure has the capability of non-stop 24 hour operation with three ship loaders for the port at any given time. Our port’s solution provides opportunities to load Panamax and Capesize vessels directly in open see at the same time, less than 24 hour.
Highlights of Off-shore Port:
- Seamless integration with Uprail and liquidates intermediate transshipments in logistic scheme and increase effectiveness of operation.
- There are no needs in vast onshore territories for stockpiles of raw materials.
- Minimisation of CAPEX for dredging and sea port area formation because of the use of natural depth.
- Minimising approach channels and demurrage of bulkers.
- Three ship loaders provide Port capacity of up to 100 Mtpa with non-stop 24 hour operation
- Offshore location of the Port reduces the environmental impact during construction and operation.