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Adani Automobile Terminal (AAT) at Mundra Port and Special Economic Zone (MPSEZ) has achieved a performance high by loading at the rate of 150 cars per hour on the vessel m.v. Höegh Tokyo which sailed from the Port on September 5. The vessel loaded a total of 2,089 Nissan Pixo cars.
The Captain and Chief Officer of the vessel praised the stevedoring operations, saying that they were at par with the best auto terminals globally, according to a release.
Capt. Ramnath, General Manager of AAT, reiterated the commitment of the terminal to serve the automobile industry and provide excellent service levels to customers.
AAT is the first terminal in South Asia to use a floating pontoon and link span facility to provide round-the-clock uninterrupted loading operations for Pure Car Carrier (PCC) vessels. The terminal has, since the commencement of operations in January 2009, handled more than 60,000 Maruti Suzuki and Nissan cars. The highlight of this period was in August, during which AAT berthed 9 PCC vessels and handled a volume of 13,379 units.
MPSEZ has a long-term agreement with Maruti Suzuki India Ltd to export cars from Mundra Port. MPSEZ has provided a PDI area near the Port, which can accommodate 8,000 vehicles at any given time, as well as a back-up area inside the Port for parking vehicles.
PCC vessels of NYK Line, "K" Line, Höegh Autoliners and Nissan Motor Car Carriers regularly call at AAT.