India’s first Greenfield project in a minor port to successfully commence container terminal operations ahead of its other minor port contemporaries shows the commitment and drive of the employees at MICT to get things done, and stays ahead of the curve. MICT has an on-dock rail yard with rail loading facility and inherent advantage of being the nearest port to the Northern hinterland which is India's fastest growing region with regards to container traffic. The terminal is well equipped with the latest technological equipment and operates with five super post-panamax twin-lift quay gantry cranes and two post-panamax quay gantry cranes.
This Terminal which operates with state-of-the art infrastructure and provides world-class services is certified for ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 27001, ISO 28000 management systems. MICT is equipped with advanced IT technology. The Terminal is totally automated and uses a real time tracking system. MICT has EDI message facilities for all customers, which means that the customers can access status reports on Vessel and Yard electronically and can also avail of the e-banking facilities available at MICT.
MICT provides an integrated container freight station (CFS) about 2.5 kms outside the terminal. The CFS covers over 50 acers of land and provides enclosed warehousing space of 18,500 sq.m. and a 39 acers of open container yard. The international standards facility includes state-of-the-art yard equipment, Warehousing Management System for real time tracking of containers, covered and open warehousing space, alongside additional value added services such as 24x7 Customs clearance facility, leased office space for CHAs and Shipping Lines, container repair facility, electronic weighbridges, adequate 24/7 CCTV coverage, stand-by diesel generators and global safety standards.