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Our Clients

Our Clients

Vessel Name Imo No

MV E.R.CAEN

9301433

MV OEL DUBAI

9128192

MV IKAN JUBAL

9537018

MT INDISUNI

9007207

MT BAKU

9252967

MV KISHORE

9481685

MT MYKINES

9421269

MT KLARA

9405904

MV ZEALAND ALMERE

9473195

MV HUANGHAI DEVELOPER

9458444

MV OEL DUBAI

9128192

MV NORCA

9259264

MV HELLAS CONSTELLATION

9183635

MT OWL

9441386

MT SWARNA SINDHU

9399818

MT VISHWA MALHAR

9624017

MT AVOR

9437684

MT MAHARISHI PARASHURAM

9034547

MT B WHALE

9424211

MV JINDAL MEENAKSHI

9528407

Why, in Cochin

Considering Cochin's close proximity to the international shipping routes, the Cochin port has drawn up an ambitious plan to scale up its international bunkering prospects, in order to overtake the neighbouring Ports. Cochin is one of the fastest growing logistic centres and being a major international transhipment terminal. Besides the recent commissioning of The Cochin International Container Transhipment Terminal at Vallarpadam, the prospects of Kochi's potential for bunkering is bound to go up as Kochi has plans to develop two port-based SEZs at Vallarpadam and Puthuvypeen in addition to the Petronet LNG Terminal.

Cochin is located at a very strategic position on the international route followed by merchant ships. It provides a maritime gateway to peninsular India. The Cochin port is an all weather functional terminal and also it is a natural port. Some of the facts that are known will project the importance of Cochin being a major international maritime terminal. During the fiscal year 2009-2010,the Cochin port handled an all time record traffic of about 17.4 million tonnes, registering a profitable growth of 12.5% as compared to 15.49 million tonnes during the fiscal 2008- 2009. Also it handled are cord number of 1269 vessels during 2009-