Wednesday Nov 14, 2018

Bulk cargo operation

Bulk Cargo operation Department

Due to the variety of goods and ships carrying non-containerized goods, the bulk terminal has founded to monitor the operation of discharging and loading of bulk vessels and cargo vessels carrying agile cargo[1] from / to the port, including minerals, iron ores, cereals and various types of edible oils

The scope of the bulk and Agile Cargo terminal supervision

Transit Shed no.14

Tenant: Tidewater Company

              Operator: Agricultural Support

Services company

Activity Subject: Importations and

bagging of bulk fertilizers 

Storage area: 8700 sq.m

 Transit Shed no.12

Tenant: Tidewater Company

 Operator: The 6th District of Gostaresh & Trading

services corporation (Cereals and Trading corporation

( of the Sixth District

Activity Subject: brown sugar importing

Storage area: 8700 sq.m 

Cargo Warehouse no.20

Tenant: Tidewater Company

Operator: National Iranian Copper

Industries corporation

Subject: storage and export of copper

concentrate

Storage area: 8700 sq.m 

 Transit Shed no.19 

Tenant: Tidewater Company

Operator: National Iranian Copper

Industries corporation

Subject: storage and export of copper

concentrate

Storage area: 8700 sq.m

Transit Shed no.21

Tenant: Tidewater Company

 Operator: Pars Diba Company

Activity Subject: direct reduced iron

storage and exportation

Storage area: 8700 sq.m

Transit Shed no.20

Tenant: Tidewater Company 

Operator: Agricultural Support Services corporation

Activity Subject: importations and bagging of bulk

fertilizers

Storage area: 8700 sq.m

 Bulk storage area

(transit, export and import)

 Transit Shed no.22

 Tenant: Tidewater Company

Non-stop carriage cargo in port due to availability of proper means of ongoing transport and free of customs proceedings

requirement as well

Address: area A (between transit 

(sheds no.14 and 19

Tenant: Tidewater Company

Operator: National Iranian Copper

Industries corporation

Total Area: 7 hectares; of which 3

hectares has been assigned to the Company

Operator: Agricultural Support Services corporation

Activity Subject: brown sugar importation

Storage area: 8700 sq.m

 Bulk storage area

(transit, export and import)

Address: area C (next to the north

(entrance of the port

Tenant: Tidewater Company

Operator: No trustee

Storage area: 1400 sq.m 

  Bulk storage area
(transit, export and import)

Address: area B next to the buffet and the    minerals terminal crossroad entrance 

Tenant: Tidewater Company

Operator: Parsian kar Company

Activity Subject: Iron Concentrate storage and

exportation

Storage area: 12834  sq.m

 Hangar warehouse

(unloading and loading goods)

Tenant: Tidewater Company

Operator:  Pishro Chakad Darya

Company

Activity Subject: Bulk materials

importation and storage

Storage area: 12000 sq.m 


Bulk storage area

(transit, export and import)

Address: area D next to the East entrance of the port

Operator: No trustee

Storage area: 1200 sq.m


 Open-Stack Wheat storage area

Operator: The 6th District of Gostaresh & Trading services corporation Cereals and Trading corporation of the Sixth District

Activity Subject: wheat Importation and storage

Capacity: 100000 tons

Storage area: 88000 sq.m

Time period of all of contracts: One year

All of the sheds, warehouses and enclosures accessed with rail in order to unloading and loading the cargoes

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Vegetable (edible) oil operators and the facilities' specifications

Tanks' name

Operator  Activity subject  Capacity(ton)

 Number of storage tanks

  The 6th District of Gostaresh & Trading services corporation's
tanks
 The 6th District of Gostaresh & Trading services corporation  Storage of vegetable oil 66000 22
 Feriko corporation's tanks  Faravadehaye roghanie Iran corporation
(Frico Oil Products corporation)
 Storage of vegetable oil  174000  40
 Persian Gulf Oil Tanks Complex corporation's tanks  Persian Gulf Oil Tanks Complex  Storage of vegetable oil  103000  23

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List of equipment owned by the bulk cargo terminal

 Row  Type and description of equipment  Capacity per equipment  Number of devices
 1  Ship to Shore Pneumatic type Grain Discharging Machine(PGDM)  3000 tons in 24 work hours  4
 2  Mechanical Screw type Ship Unloader  4500 tons in 24 work hours  2
 3  Crane(25 tons)  in accordance with standard capacity of equipment  1
 4  Mobile Harbor Crane(nominated=140 tons)  in accordance with standard capacity of equipment  5
 5  Mobile Crane, lattice boom(nominated=550 tons)  in accordance with standard capacity of equipment  1

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List of Incoming and outgoing common cargoes and the loading and Discharge speed rate in the bulk terminal

 Cargo group  Cargo description
  Loading*  Discharge*

 

Bulk mineral cargo group

 Light density Gypsum, sulphur, Coke Stone, Chromite Stone, Lime, salt rock, Clay, …   1100  1000
 Heavy density  Iron ore, Manganese, Copper powder, copper scraps, direct reduced iron, sand and concrete, iron and copper Concentrate, Copper stone, iron Spittle, clinker  1600  1200
 Chemical Bulk cargo group
 
Urea fertilizer, Phosphate fertilizer, Potash fertilizer,  bulky Ammonium nitrate, Aluminum powder 
 900  900
  Vegetable oil liquidBulk cargo group
Edible vegetable oil
 -  5000*
Grain cargo group and else

Oats, wheat, corn, soybean, Bulk rice
 6000***  6000***
  Edible Bulk cargo group
brown sugar
 -  1100

* For every hold(ship hatch), 24 hours , 1 ton(1000 kilo grams)

**Tons for every ship at a day (24 hours)

***Tons for every ship by means of the shore cranes

**** Tons for every ship at a day (24 hours)

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Presentable Documents needed by the agile Cargo1 department in order to yield tally export and Outgoing invoice (cargo as oil, bulk, etc.) loaded from the port area: 


  1.The original bill paid for the port charges

Note: Intended Tully is not issuable by GCOMS Software System without paying the bill)


2.Customs license Permit (Original and copy)


3.Warehouse Receipt (Copy)


4.Typed courtyard form


5.Original copy of the Draft Survey document after the loading completion issued by the authorized companies.

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Description of the difference in the declared weight and the ship survey draft:

 

1. Ship overloading and declared weight:


If the weight of loaded cargo (onto the ship) is more than the customs declared weight, the owner of the goods (or his representative) must refers the customs to correct the weight documentarily, and then pays the port for the overload; at the end,  receives a tally for the shipment wholly. 

Note: In the case of overloading, the supplementary invoice for the cargo will be issuable.

 

2.load shortage (of ship) than the declared weight:


If the weight of the ship after loading is less than the weight stated, the owner of the goods (or his agent)can demand a surcharge for the difference paid to the port’s account; this is enforceable according to a written request of goods owner and incorporated of the required documents incorporated (as follows);


The required documents should be presented to the tally ledger department in order to excess payment Refund includes as:

1. The written request of the owner of the goods

2.The Ship draft survey received from the authorized companies(copy)

3.Submission of export tally (by the agile cargo department)

4.Submission of the paid bill (indicating the deposit of a surplus to the port account)