Bangladesh Port of Chittagong Additional Information

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Performances
Performance Type
Year
Vessels Calls
2203
2009 – 2010 FY
Container traffic (TEU's)
1.278.519
2009 – 2010 FY
Total Cargo Handling (mt)
37.001.176
2009 – 2010 FY
Total Annual Capacity of the Port
40.230.591
2009 – 2010 FY
Capacity
Capacity Type
Bulk
(mt/year)
Container
(TEU's/year)
Conventional
(mt/year)
Export activity of the
Port
-
632.855
4.187.968
Import activity of the
port
-
645.664
32.813.208
Discharge Rates

(MT/Day)
Bulk
Bagged
to warehouse
(silo)
3500 – 4000
Bagged cargo is not discharged
in bags
to trucks
Bulk cargo is not discharged in
trucks
2000 - 2500
to rail-wagons
Bulk cargo is not discharged to
rail-wagons
750 - 1000
to barges
Bulk cargo is not discharged to
barges
to bagging
Bulk is not bagged at the port
Bagged Cargo is not discharged
into barges
Schedule of Charges
Particulars of
Charges
Basis of
Charges
Rates Not Exceeding
21 feet length
Rates Exceeding 21
feet length
Wholly using CPA
equipment:
(a) FCL Container
Per Container US$ 43,40
US$ 65,10
(b) LCL Container
-do-
US$ 130,00
US$ 195,00
(c) Empty
-do-
US$ 22,10
US$ 33,20
Container
Berthing Equipment and Specifications

Vessel Specifications:
Port
Specifications
Nb
Bulk Min
(m)
Bulk Max
(m)
Conventional
Min (m)
Conventional
Max (m)
Berths
31
2,2 m
186 m
2,2 m
186 m
Anchorages
No
limitations
8,5 m
11,5 m
8,5 m
11,5 m
Draught at
anchor
n/a
8,5 m
11,5 m
8,5 m
11,5m
Draught at
Berth
n/a
8,55 m
9,2 m
8,55 m
9,2 m
Length Over
All
n/a
No
limitations
186 m
No limitations
186 m
Beam
(maximum)
n/a
No
No
limitations limitations
provided
No limitations No limitations
provided
length is 186
length is
186 m

m
Storage Charge, Containers and Non-CPA Equipment:
Storage
Charges
Basis of
Charges
Rates Not
Exceeding 21
ft. length
Rates
Exceeding
21 ft. but not
exceeding
41 ft length
RatesExceeding 41
feet length
Loaded
Container:
(a) First 7th
days
Per
Container,
US$ 6,00
US$ 12,00
US$ 18,00
(b) From the
8th to the 20th
days
per diem or
US$ 12,00
US$ 24,00
US$ 36,00
part thereof
US$ 24,00
US$ 48,00
US$ 72,00
-do-
US$ 6,00
US$ 12,00
US$ 12,00
(b) From the
8th to the 20th
days
US$ 12,00
US$ 24,00
US$ 36,00
(c) For each
US$ 24,00
US$ 48,00
US$ 72,00
(c) For each
subsequent day
Empty
Container:
(a) First 7th
days
subsequent day

Extra Container Movement
Particulars of
Charges
Basis of Charges
Rates Not
Exceeding 21 ft.
lenght
Rates Exceeding
21 ft. lenght
Extra Container
Movement:
(a) Loaded
Container
Per Container / Per
Movement
US$ 42,60
US$ 63,90
(b) Empty
Container
Do
US$ 21,70
US$ 32,50

Reefer Container Service
Particulars of Charges
Basis of Charge
Supply of Electricity and Connecting and
Disconnecting reefers, Including monitoring.

Per Container, per diem
or part thereof
US$
9,00
Change of Status
Particulars of Charges
Change of Status

Rates
Basis of Charges
Per Container per change
Rates
US$ 10,00
River Dues (Containerised)
Particulars of
Charges
Basis of Charges
Rates Not Exceeding
21 ft. lenght
Rates Exceeding 21
ft. lenght
F.C.L. container and
Contents:
(a) Import
Per container
Tk. 408,00
Tk. 816,00
(b) Export
Do
Tk. 184,00
Tk. 368,00
(a) Import
Per 1000 kg. or
part thereof
Tk. 34,10
(b) Export
Do
Tk. 15,30
L.C.L. container and
Contents:

Accounts Officer (Bill Revenue) Empty Container
Particulars of
Charges
Basis of
Charges
Rates Not Exceeding 21
ft. lenght
Rates Exceeding 21
ft. lenght
(a) Import
Per container
do
Tk. 102,00
Tk. 204,00
(b) Export
-do-
Tk. 102,00
Tk. 204,00

Stuffing/Unstuffing
Particulars of Charges
Stuffing Unstuffing

Basis of Charges
Per 1000 kg. or part thereof of contents
Tk. 300,00
-do-
Tk. 300,00
Hoisting Charge (Containerised)
Particulars of Charges
Rates
Hoisting Charge
(Containerised)

Rates
100% of the Stuffing/Unstuffing charge at tariff item
5,2
Lift on / Lift off Charges
Particulars of Charges
Basis of
Charges
Rates Not Exceeding
21 ft. lenght
Rates Exceeding
21 ft. lenght
Lift on / lift off charge,
Loaded container
per container
Tk. 1000,00
Tk. 1500,00
Lift on / lift off charge,
-do-
Tk. 375,00
Tk. 562,50
empty container

Dues and Charges on Vessel
Vessels Chargeable
Sea-going Vessels
Rate of Port dues
US$ 0,241 per GRT or
part thereof
On each entry
US$ 88,50 per occasion (for shifting)
Berthing or Unberthing

Dues how often Chargeable in
respect of same Vessel
Mooring Occupancy
Particulars of Charges
Basis of Charges
Rates
(a) Fixed Mooring
Per vessel per diem or part
thereof
US$ 167
(b) Swinging Mooring
-do-
US$ 100
(a) Fixed Mooring
-do-
Tk.
1390,00
(b) Swinging Mooring
-do-
Tk.
1000,00
Sea-going vessel (Excluding
trawlers):
Non-Sea-going vessels and trawlers:

Water Supply Charges
Description of Charges
Basis of Charges
Rates
(a) Water Supply to a vessel by means of the main
Per 1000 litres / or part
US$
supply line
thereof
1,50
(b) Water Supply to a vessel by means of
CPA water Boat or Barge
-do-
US$
6,40

Tugs Charges at the following rates shell be levied for Tugs
Description of Charges
Tug Charges of Pilotage Movement for Sea-
Basis of Charges
Rates
going vessels:
(a) 200 to 1000 GRT
Per Tug per Movement
US$
158,00
(b) Over 1000 GRT up to 5000 GRT
-do-
US$
316,00
(c) Over 5000 GRT
-do-
US$
632,00
Hire of Tug for any other purposes
Per Tug per hour or part
thereof
US$
158,00
Work Outside Port Limit
-do-
US$
316,00

Pilotage fees
Pilotage (In or Outward)
Shifting fees
Night Navigation fees
(a) for vessels up to 5000 GRT US$ 18,50
(In addition to the Pilotage fees
from 6pm to 6am)
(b) for vessels over 5000 GRT but not exceeding
10000 GRT US$ 34,00
(c) for vessels over 10000 GRT US$ 43,00

Jetty Crane Charges
Description of Charges
Basis of Charges
Rates
(a) Use of Jetty crane
Per crane, per period of 8 hours or part thereof
US$ 42,00
(b) If jetty crane not used
-do-
US$ 20,10

Berth Occupancy
Jetty No. 1 to 13, CCT, NCT, SLJ, SILO,
DOJ, TSP, CCG, KAFCO & CUFL
US$ 0,25 Per GRT, per jetty berth
per hour or part thereof.
Berthing Specifications
Total Berths
Quantity
Length
Draft
Total Berths
Quantity
Length
Draft
Conventional Berths
6
186
8.5 → 9.2
Container Berths
11
186
8.5 → 9.2
Bulk Oil Jetties
3
N/A
N/A
Grain Silo Jetty
1
N/A
N/A
Cement/ Clinker Jetty
1
N/A
N/A
Fertilizers Jetties
3
N/A
N/A
Ammonia Jetty
1
N/A
N/A
Dry Dock Jetties (repair)
2
N/A
N/A
River Mooring Berths
5
N/A
N/A
Jetty Berths (For (POL)
1
-
-
Concrete Berth (For Grain Handling)
1
-
-
Pontoon Berths (For POL)
3
-
-
Pontoon Berths (For Cement)
1
-
-
Single Point Mooring
14
-
-
Berthing Support
Quantity
Berthing Tugs and Mooring Boats
6
Pilot Boats
Yes
Water Barges
Yes
Police Boats
Yes
Anti-pollution Boats
Yes
Speed Boats
Yes
Port berthing details web page no information provided
Port Cargo Handling Equipment
Please see below
Port Cargo Equipment (operational)
Appliance
Quantity
Capacity
Shore Crone
26
2 – 3 Ton
Mobile Crone
33
10 – 50 Ton
Appliance
Quantity
Capacity
Forklift
29
3 – 5 Ton
Low Mast Forklift
45
2.5 – 5 Ton
Tractors
16
25 Ton
Trailors
39
6 25 Ton
Container Facilities

Container Handling Equipment (existing)
Description
Capacity (Ton)
No(s).
Quay Gantry Crane
50
04
Rubber Tyred Gantry Crane (RTG)
40
40
Straddle Carriers (4 High)
40
19
Reach Stocker
45
12
Forklift
42
05
Forklift
28
01
Forklift
25
01
Forklift (Spreader)
16
10
Reach Stocker
07
09
Forklift (Fork)
07
03
Forklift Truck
05
02
Container Mover
50
03
Terminal Tractor
50
64
Trailer
40
57

Container Handling
1. AT CONVENTIONAL BERTHS (GCB):
(For Containers)
Physical Facilities:
Holding Capacity
9.657
TEUs
Yards (20 Nos.)
212.238
Sq.m
Container Freight Stations (CFS-11Nos.)
86.168
Sq.m
Container storage yard
223.389
Sq.m
2. CONTAINER TERMINAL (CCT)
Physical Facilities:
Holding Capacity
6.408
TEUs
Total Holding Capacity
(GCB+CCT+NCT)
16.065
TEUs
Quay Length
450
M
CFS
12.700
Sq.m
Container Storage Yard
150.000
Sq.m
Railway Container Siding
550
M
Reefer Points
210 (415 volts) Points
Vessels
3 Container vessels of
accommodating Length
Standby Generator
2 no (2.5 M.W) & 2 nos. (820 KVA
each)
Water Reservoir
140.000
Gallons
Fire Brigade
1
Unit
 Inland Container Depot (ICD):
An inland container at Dhaka is in operation since 1987 with an annual handling capacity of 80.000
TEUs. At present one container train runs daily each way between Chittagong and Dhaka ICD.
Bangladesh Railway is considering introducing another train to run daily from either side.
Facilities:
Container holding capacity
3927 TEUs
Yard Area
1 36 866 Sq. m
CFS
8000 Sq. m
Forklift/Top lifters (Private suppliers)
2 no. 36(T), 1 no. 35(T), 1 no. 28(T), 1 no.
8(T)
Railway Wagons for Container
Transportation
350 nos.
Railway Terminal (Length of two tracks)
1097 m
Facility Types
Container facilities
20 ft (TEU's)
40 ft (FEU's)
yes
yes
20 ft (TEU's)
40 ft (FEU's)
Daily off-take capacity: No of containers/day
600
500
Container Freight Stations (CFS)
yes
yes
Number of CFS
04
04
Capacity of CFS: No of containers/day
N/A
N/A
Refrigerated Container Stations
yes/no
yes/no
Number of Reefer Stations (connection points)
13278 TEUs
13278 TEUs
Refrigerated Container Stations
yes
yes
Number of Stations
01
01
General Cargo Handling Berths
no information provided
General Cargo - Imports
Berths
Imports - Bagged Cargo
6
Exports - Bagged Cargo
6
Imports - Steel Goods
6
Imports and Exports -- Ro-Ro
6
Imports - Vehicles
6
Others Imports
6
Oil Handling Terminal
Chittagong port hosts Bangladesh only petroleum refinery plant. Eastern Refinery Limited (ERL) a
subsidiary of the Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC). The refinery complex was installed on
the bank of the Karnafuli River. It went into operation in 1968. This refinery has the capacity of refining
34,000 barrels of crude oil per day (i.e., 1.5 million m tons per year). Basically, it is a fuel refinery,
producing different kinds of petroleum products along with some special non-fuel products used in
other industries.
ERL processes mainly two types of crude oil - Arabian Light Crude (ALC) from Saudi Arabia and
Murban Crude from Abu Dhabi. ERL also processes a small quantity (about 200-250 bbl/day) of oil
from Haripur gas field. Refined products supplied by ERL meet the demand for most of the petroleum
products of the country except kerosene, JP-1 (Jet Propulsion-1) and diesel. These are imported as
finished products to supplement the deficit.
Eastern Refinery produces 17 petroleum products such as RG (Refinery Gas), LPG (liquefied
petroleum gas), SBP (Special Boiling Point Solvent), MS (Motor Spirit), Naphtha, SKO (Superior
Kerosene Oil), MTT (Mineral Turpentine), JP-1, JBO (Jute Batching Oil), HSD (High Speed Diesel),
LSDO (Low Sulphur Diesel Oil), LDO (Light Diesel Oil), HSFO (High Sulphur Fuel Oil), LSFO (Low
Sulphur Furnace Oil) and Bitumen.
Some of these, such as SBP, JBO, MTT and Bitumen are non-fuel products. Some of the ER
products are produced only on demand. The surroundings of the refinery hosts then important fuel
depots operated by all major Bangladeshi Oil companies and distributors. 3 specific jetties are
dedicated to oil.
Contact: ERL – 031 – 741 343 – 46 and 740 381-82
Multipurpose Terminal
The 6 berths dedicated to conventional cargo are used as mutlipurpose terminal.
NB: Log shipping capacities operate from jetties 1 and 2
Grain and Bulk Handling
See Main Silo Terminal
Main Silo Terminal
Bagging Machines
Chittagong Port does not have any
bagging machines
Silo Facilities
01 Silo Nos.
100.000 MT
Vacuvators
16
10 tons an
hour
m²
75
15 tons an
hour
Available Storage
(covered)
Transit Sheds 1-9
52.069
Warehouses A, B, D, F, P, R, O
26.746
Car Sheds
5.082
(in square metres)
m³
Available Storage
(open air)
Open Dumps
90.000
Warehouses 6
32.500
Open Dumps
200.000
m³
The Chittagong Silo is situated at north Patenga, Chittagong. It is the biggest silo of Bangladesh with
storage capacity of 100.000 MT. It deals with wheat only and is under the administrative control of
Ministry of Food and Disaster Management of the government of Bangladesh.
The strategy for Chittagong Silo is to use it predominantly for quick clearance of incoming mother
vessels carrying imported wheat, for storage of a national buffer stock, to maintain quality of stored
grain and quick dispatching to upcountry destinations with maximum efficiency.
From the operation point of view Chittagong Silo can be divided into three sub-systems namely:
1. Receiving
2. Storage
3. Dispatching
1. RECEIVING SUB-SYSTEM:
This Silo has the facilities to receive food grain (particularly wheat) only in bulk through Gantry. The
objective of the system is as follows:
a. To start unloading as quickly as possible.
b. To unload grain from carrier within minimum possible time.
c. To record weighing of all incoming grain accurately.
d. To ensure safe storage.
2. STORAGE SUB-SYSTEM:
The Silo has 88 round bins and 54 star bins. The capacity of each round bin is 1000 MT and that of
star bin is 225 MT. The Silo is provided with a dust control machine. Existing fumigation on pest
control system is provided with a liquid spray system and peeled dispenser system, though it is rarely
used due to non infestation of the grain. The objective of this sub-system is to keep the grain in good
quality.
3. DESPATCHING SUB-SYSTEM:
This Silo has the facilities to dispatch food grain both in bulk and bagged form. In bulk it is mainly
delivered by river coaster in Narayangonj Silo and Khulna Steel Silo and through hopper wagon in
Ashugonj, Santaher and Narayangonj Silo. The bagged cargo is delivered mainly through railway
covered wagon and through truck almost in all CSD and LSD in the country.

Specifications of Chittagong Silo
Normal Capacity
Highest Capacity
100.000 MT
103.804 MT
Dia of Circular Bins
Height of Bins
No Of star Bins
No Of circular Bins
Size of head house floor
Height of head house above
finished grade
Height of head house above
airport runway
Depth of head house board
pit finished grade
Pneumatic travelling
ship unloading unit
Pneumatic static ship
Receiving belt conveyor
Main Bucket elevator
Basement chain conveyor
Automatic hopper scale
Truck scale (Weigh bridge)
Distribution belt conveyor with
tripper
Chemical Protecting sprayer
Sp. Fumigation bins
Grain Drier
Grain cleaner
Bagging scale
Temperature indication system
Truck loading (bag)
Rail loading (bunk)
Investment- (a) Civil / (b)
Mechanical
Civil Engineering construction
Machinery installation
Electrical installation
Consultants
Jetty length- (a) Unloading
/ Loading (b)
Sub station

27’-0’’
94’-0”
54 (250 MT)
88 (1.000 MT)
34’X74’
174’
150’
24’
3 (suction rate 600 MT per hour. 1 unit commence from
2008)
1 (Loading/unloading rate 200 MT per hour)
3 (capacity 200 MT per hour each)
4 (capacity 200 MT per hour each)
8 (capacity 200 MT per hour each)
4 (Computerized)
1 (capacity 40 MT)
6
6
2
1
1 (capacity 25 MT per hour)
6 (capacity 8 bags of 85 kg net per minute)
1
8
2
13.098.550 US$ / 30.937.681US$ Total = 16,5 million
US$
SKANSKA OF SWEEDEN
MIAG/BUHLER- a joint venture association of
W.Germany & Switzerland
LK.NES of Denmark
W.H. Engineers of USA
(a) 328 meters / (b) 42 meters
3 units (each capacity is 1200 kva)
Yearly Receipt & Dispatch Position of Chittagong Silo
Year
Receipt (MT)
Despatch (MT)
2007
2 57924,774
2 21083,978
2008 (Till July’08)
94 205,352
1 20449,317

Mode-wise Dispatch/Delivery statement (1976-2008)
Years
Rail (MT)
River (MT)
Road (MT)
Total (MT)
2007-08
1 185 27,069
52 973,855
53055,763
53055,763
2008-09 (Till July’08)
6 081,082
0
1988,654
8 069,736
Main Storage Terminal
no information provided
Bagging - Grain Handling
Bagging of wheat is ensured at the silo (see above)
There is no bagging facility in service at Chittagong port currently. Bagging activities are done by
hand.
Nevertheless, as the need is increasing, GoB envisages the possibility of having a private company
operating such activities in a near future.
Stevedoring
Stevedooring activities are ensured by private companies. Those companies are shortlisted through
a public tender process and renewed every 2 years. See the annexes for a list of stevedores and
berth operating companies.
Handling and Charges
Conventional Cargo
Operated at the 6 dedicated jetties. All capacities (equipment, handling, storage, transport) are
provided by the CPA.
Containerised Cargo
Please refer to the annexes.
Containerised Cargo Handling Charges
Containerised Cargo Handling type
20 ft
(TEU's)
40 ft
(FEU's)
Discharge, loading, shifting within the hold orshifting on deck
without landing
N/A
N/A
Containers handled via a conventional ship
N/A
N/A
Containers handled on a Ro-Ro basis
N/A
N/A
Containerised Cargo Handling type
20 ft
(TEU's)
40 ft
(FEU's)
Empty containers
N/A
N/A
Transhipment containers, overland containers, containersshipped &
re-landed or landed & re-shipped or shiftedfrom hold to hold
N/A
N/A
Stripping or Stuffing of Containers
N/A
N/A
Stripping and re-stuffing transhipment cargo
N/A
N/A
Shore Handling: Containerised Cargo
Please refer to the annexes.
Shore Handling Types
20 ft
(TEU's)
40 ft
(FEU's)
Import Containers
N/A
N/A
Export Containers
N/A
N/A
Stripping and re-stuffing for customs verification
N/A
N/A
Stripping and re-stuffing of un-nominated or shut-out export
cargo
N/A
N/A
Stripping or re-stuffing of containers taken to Customs
Warehouse
N/A
N/A
Shore Handling Charges
Cargo (per ton or part of)
Charge
Ten day removal charges, or transfer within the Port, or transfer to Customs
N/A
Import Containers handled at the Inland Container Depots
N/A
Exports Containers handled at the Inland Container Depots
N/A
Clearing Agents
Port Security
Security at the ports is usually high since these fall under the high risk category of government
installations. Port security is headed by the Director of Security who has a number of Assistant
Directors, Officers and Security Guards to assist him in this task. Security in both the main ports is
ISPS compliant with ISPS level 1 being assigned to it. In addition there is also a contingent of the
armed forces who have been stationed at the port to address emergencies, if any. However no major
incidents of security lapses have been reported at the port.
For more detailed information please refer to the annexes.
Security ISPS Compliant: yes
Security ISPS Level (current): Normal (1)
Storage Facilities
Storage Facilities Managed By
Storage Facilities: Port Storage
Total floor space
Quantity
Floor Area (m2)
Main Quay Transit Sheds
9
52.000
Car Sheds
2
5.000
Open Dumps
-
90.000
Customs Warehouses
4
26.700
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