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Bandar Shahid Rajaee IRAN

Shahid Rajaee Port Complex is located in 23 Km west to Bandar Abbas. Its geographical position is latitude 27 ͦ07' north, longitude 056 ͦ04' east, in the north of Qeshm Island and Hormuz strait. Its total area is about 2 Sq.Km from which 7.5  Sq. Km is dedicated to Supportive activities.

In 1983, with the opening of the first terminal container of Shahid Rajaee Port, this port complex was officially opened and loading/unloading operations were started.
Shahid Rajaee Port Complex enjoys many advantages include enjoying a unique strategic position, access to international open waters via Persian Gulf, access to international rail and road networks, closeness to free zones of Kish,  Qeshm and ports located in Persian Gulf, taking advantage of modern facilities and equipments, and etc. It is also necessary to note that Qeshm Island protects Shahid Rajaee Port against high waves of Persian Gulf and Oman Sea.

Shahid Rajaee Port as the biggest container port of Iran that is in charge of handling the highest volume of container operations plays a very important and vital role in Iran's economy and Trade. Department of Container Affairs is in  charge of the management of Container Terminal 1 and 2 and these container terminals operate under the supervision of this department .Container  Terminal of Shahid Rajaee  Port provide services for all linear and feeder Ships and 21 linear shipping lines which are in traffic in this port. 

 

 

 

Head of Container Affairs (port Affairs) Department: Dariush Nazari
Phone Number: +9876-32123590
Fax Number: +9876-34514027
In this department, following offices are in charge of providing customer services:
1.Office of Vessel Affairs ( phone numbers: +987632123388-+987632123329 )
2.Export and Transit Warehouse ( +987632123340 )
3.Office of Rail Affairs ( phone numbers: +987632123599 )
4.Office of Container Affairs ( container freight station or CFS )( +987632123340 )
5.Office of Refrigerating Terminal Affairs ( +9876312123340 )
6.Exit Gate ( +987632123340 )

 

 

 

 

 

 

Port Affairs Department (Container Affairs)

Container Terminal 1

15 RTG Cranes (2002-2003):
Capacity: 35 t
Stack height: 4 plus 1
Stack width: 6 plus 1

 

 

Seven RTG Cranes (1993)
Capacity: 35 t
Stack height: 3 plus 1
Stack width: 6 plus 1
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RTG Cranes
Three renovated RTG Cranes (2004)
Capacity: 35 t
Stack height: 3 plus 1
Stack width: 6 plus 1
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Post-Panamax Gantry Crane (2004): 3 cranes
Capacity: 45 t
Length of mobile boom: 45 m
Length of constant boom: 14 m
Rail Span: 20 m
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Characteristics of container Terminal 1:
Length of the berth: 957 m
Project start date: November, 1975
Project completion date: 1985
Official opening: July, 1984
Nominal capacity: 1500000 TEUs per year
Commissioning of the first ship to shore rail mounted crane: 1991
Draft of the berths:
      · Berth 4: 12m
      · Berth 5: 12.50 m
      · Berth 6: 12.50 m
      · Berth 7: 12.50 m
      · Berth 8: 11.7 m
Equipments of Container Terminal 1
Ship to Shore Rail-Mounted Cranes
Panamax Gantry Crane (1991): two crane
Capacity: 35 t
Length of mobile boom: 38 m
Length of Constant boom: 14 m
Rail span: 20 m
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Post-Panamax Gantry Crane (1996): 2 Cranes
Capacity: 35 t
Length of mobile boom: 45 m
Length of constant boom: 14 m
Rail span: 20 m
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Panamax Gantry Crane (2000): 1 crane
Capacity: 35 t
Length of mobile boom: 45 m
Length of constant boom: 14 m
Rail Span: 20 m
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Container Terminal 2 

Characteristics of Container Terminal 2:
Length of berth: 850 m
Project start date: 21 Feb, 2004
Duration of the first phase of the Project: 36 months
Official Opening: 20 Feb, 2008
Nominal Capacity: 1800000 TEU per year
Total area of the Terminal: 67 hectares
Draft of Berths:
Berths 25 to 27: 17 m
Equipments of Container Terminal 2
Ship to shore Rail - Mounted Cranes:
Super Post-Panamax Gantry Crane (2008): 8 Cranes
Capacity: 68 t
Length of mobile boom: 61 m
Length of constant boom: 24 m
Rail Span: 35 m
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RTG Cranes
RTG Cranes (2007): 18 Cranes
Capacity: 40 t
Stack height: 5 plus 1
Stack width: 6 plus 1

 

Port Affairs Department (Non-Container Affairs)

Although Shahid Rajaee Port is a container port, due to the significant role of export of non-container cargoes in the Iran's economy and forecasts represented in Iran's Perspective Document, this port complex plays an important role in the transportation of non-container cargoes.
Head of Port Affairs Department:
Mansour Khorramshokouh
Contact Information: (+98761) 4514058
Address: Port Affairs Department, Services Building, Shahid Rajaee Port, Bandar Abbas, Iran
P. O. Box: 83797 – 79171
Phone Number: (+98761) 2123350

Fax Number: (+98761)4514058

 

 

 

 

 

Break Bulk

These types of cargoes are carried in a variety of packages. These cargoes can also be categorized based on their package type.

 

Various Types of Break Bulks

Row

Break Bulk

1

Various types of packages

2

Various types of pallets

3

Various types of bundles

4

Pipes

5

Copper Sheets

6

Boxes

7

Ironware

8

Bags

9

Machineries

10

Automobiles

 

 

Active Companies

Row

Active Companies

Websites

1

Pejam Gulf Co.

www.pejamgulf.com

2

Darya Bandar Co.

www.tidewater.ir

3

Kaveh Co.

www.kavehlogistic.co

4

Maree Sahel Co.

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 Liquid Bulk 

 

 

Liquid Bulks

Row

Liquid Bulks

1

Vegetable Oils

2

Oil Products

 

 

Active Companies

Row

Liquid Bulks

1

Fara Shimi Rooz Co.

2

Mehvar Talaee Co.

3

Bana Gostar Karaneh Co.

4

Freeco Co.

5

Gostaresh Co.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dry Bulk 

Cargoes like oil, coil, grains, and so on which can not be packaged or containerized are known as bulk cargoes. There is a wide variety of bulk cargoes and stowage factor of them is range from 31% tons/m3 to 2.81 tons/m3. Bulk terminals usually equipped with discharge towers, suction towers, and Shiploader pipelines. These terminals also have large berths and docks.

Row

Dry Bulks

1

Variety of soils

2

Grains

3

Concentrates

4

Aluminum powders 

5

Coil

6

Sugar

7

Fertilizer

8

Brimstone

 

 

 

Active Companies

 

Row

Active Companies

Land Area (hectares)

1

Mehvar Talaee Co.

4

2

Tide Water Co.

8

3

Pejam Gulf Co.

5

4

Isaran-e- Bandar Co.

3

5

Khorush-e-Sepideh Co.

5

6

Gol Gohar Mine Co.

7

7

Langar Talaee Co.

5

8

Persian Gulf Darya Bar Co.

8

9

Khunsorkh Co.

7

10

Si Dolph Co.

8

11

Green Line of Bandar Co.

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

Statistical Data of Loading/Unloading of Non-Container Vessels

Loading and Unloading of Non-Container Vessels (2009)

 

Department of Port Affairs

Description (Weight/tons)

Total

Unloading

Break Bulks

Peja Gulf Co.

Automobile

Total Number

11353

Tonnage

17927

Break Bulk

776353

Kaht-e-Darya Bandar Co.

Automobile

Total Number

2061

Tonnage

3614

Break Bulk

 

Maree Sahel Bandar Co.

Automobile

Total Number

7526

Tonnage

11758

Break Bulk

 

Oil Products

Rajaee

6404047

Foolad

13970969

Non-Oil Products (Direct Transportation)

Minerals

400048

Oil

438766

Break Bulk

32395

Wheat

1725067

Chemical Fertilizer

446394

Loading

Break Bulk

Pejam Gulf Co.

9520

Khat-e-Darya Bandar Co.

2502

Maree Sahel Bandar Co.

1904

Oil Products

Rajaee

3409672

Bana Gostar

Rajaee

889812

Persian Gulf Port

1060399

Mehvar Talaee Co.

210705

Fara Shimi Rooz Co.

366331

Non-Oil Products (Direct Transportation)

Rajaee

Minerals

3558513

Break Bulks

390929

Chemical Fertilizers

113011

Persian Gulf Port

Minerals

1246988

Break Bulks

290181

Foolad

5413073

Shipbuilding

85559

Total

Unloading

Break Bulk

1733408

Oil Products

20375016

Non-Oil Products

3042670

Loading

Break Bulk

13926

Oil Products

Rajaee

4299484

Persian Gulf Port

1637434

Non-Oil Products

11098255

 

 

 

Berthing Process

Vessels Subject to Pilotage

According to the instruction of turn registration and vessel berthing, all vessels of 500 tons or more should be in contact with control tower or VTS center and call for pilots when  arrive the port and enter port under pilotage.
When to Request a Pilot
* Incoming Vessels
No vessel is permitted to enter port access channel, port entrance waterway, or other port entrances without using pilotage services and without control tower / VTS Center  permission. VTS Center determines when and where pilot should start pilotage operation. The location for starting pilotage operation is usually one mile off the buoy in safe waters.
* Outgoing Vessels
To provide timely pilotage services and avoid any delay, master of the vessel need to have a one hour notice before departing the port. Vessels have berthed in Qeshm berths need to have a three hour notice before departing the port.

Pilotage Operation in Ports and Berths
* Berths in Shahid Rajaee Port, Shahid Bahonar Port, and Persian Gulf provide 24 hour pilotage services.
* Foolad Berth provides 24 hour pilotage services for all types of vessels expect vessels enters oil berth.
* Berths like Kaveh, Keshti Sazi, Naft Sazeh, and Laft provide pilotage services in daylight.
Allowed Length and Draft of the Vessels

Pilot and Master Interaction
According to section A-VIII/49&50 of STCW-95 Convention, shipmaster and pilot should be in complete interaction about vessel characteristics, its maneuver behaviors, and how it  maneuvers.


Responsibilities
* Maritime: According to section A-VIII/49&50 of STCW-95 Convention, presence of pilot onboard the vessel does not eliminate the responsibilities of the shipmaster. Therefore,  master and other personnel of Vessel Bridge should perform assigned tasks related to operation safety and pilot safety as well as data exchange and interaction with pilot.
* Compensation: According to article 23of chapter IV of Iran Maritime Law, Port and Maritime Organization has no responsibility against accidents happen because of pilot.
* Legal Responsibility of the Master: According to article 22of chapter IV of Iran Maritime Law, if shipmaster doesn’t care to pilot's warnings or ignores port rules and regulations, he  is responsible for all accidents, damages, and losses result from his carelessness and it is possible to be sentenced to penalties stipulated in article 64.

Performance Evaluation Form
To evaluate the pilotage operation, shipping agents are expected to deliver performance evaluation form to shipmasters and then send the filled forms to Maritime Affairs or Pilot  Affairs Department via fax or e-mail. Download link of the form is presented here:

http://shahidrajaeeport.pmo.ir/pso_content/media/image/2011/08/11973_orig.pdf

 

 

Maritime Services

Executive instruction of registering vessels and turn-taking of them, berthing vessels, providing port services, and issuing permission for the movement of ships and vessels in affiliated ports was passed in 02 – 01 – 1999 in 1192nd Session of Board of Directors.

 

 VTS Instructions

Instructions are established based on SOLAS Convention
(Chapter IV, Radio-communications)
and ITU Rules and Regulations (Radio Regulations).

 

Hormozgan Ports and Maritime Administration List of Marine Communication Stations and
Traffic Control Centers

Row

Name of Marine Communication Stations and Traffic Control Centers

1

Abbas Radio

2

Shahid Rajaee Traffic Control Center

3

Shahid Bahonar Traffic Control Center

4

Shahid Haghani Traffic Control Center

5

Tiab Port Traffic Control Center

6

Jask Traffic Control Center

7

Qeshm – Bahman Traffic Control Center

8

Shahid Zakeri Traffic Control Center

9

Laft and Pohl Traffic Control Center

10

Kaveh Traffic Control Center

11

Hormoz Island Traffic Control Center

12

Kish Traffic Control Center

13

Abumusa Traffic Control Center

14

Lengeh Port Traffic Control Center

15

Aftab Port Traffic Control Center

16

Shipbuilding Complex Traffic Control Center

17

Foolad Traffic Control Center

18

Lavan Traffic Control Center

19

Siri Traffic Control Center

20

Charak Traffic Control Center

 

 

Under Supervision Service Vessels

Under supervision service vessels are as follow:
1. 3000 m2 Super Suction Dredger      1 ship
2. Buoy Tender                                     1 ship
3. 4400 hp Tow                                     5 ships
4. 1500 hp Tow                                     2 ships
5. 2400 hp Tow                                     1 ship
6. 1100 hp Tow                                     1 ship
7. Pilot Carrier                                       6 ships
8. Search and Rescue Vessel               6 ships
9. Multi– Cat                                          4 ships
10.  Guard Patrol Vessel                       2 ships                

 

 

 

 

 

Berth Characteristics

Department of Maritime Affairs

Hormozgan Ports and Maritime Administration

Information provided here about berth characteristics and potential of vessel reception may change after re-hydrographic of the region and basins, or based on committee opinions about Near – Miss and maritime accidents or according to authorities' views.

Number 1 – 89 (Maximum draft for vessel reception is changed in some of Shahid Rajaee berths.)

 

 

Table of Contents

  1. A) Berths of Shahid Rajaee Port
  2. B) Berths of Foolad Hormozgan Complex
  3. C) Persian Gulf Berths
  4. D) Kaveh Berths

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. A) Berths of Shahid Rajaee Port

Berths' Number

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Allowed Size of Vessels (Length and Draft) for Berthing and Unberthing in the Berths of Shahid Rajaee Port

Row

 

Berth Number

 

Maximum Allowed Length of Vessels (m)

 

Maximum Allowed Draft of Vessels (m)

 

Notes

 

1

Berth Number 1 (Oil)

 

228

 

11.35

 

 

2

Berth Number 2 (Oil)

 

228

 

11.35

 

 

3

Berth Number 3 (Multi – Purposes)

 

190

 

11

 

Refer to Article 3 of the following explanations

 

4

Berth Number 4 (Container)

 

340

 

11.85

 

 

5

Berth Number 5 (Container)

 

300

 

12.35

 

 

6

Berth Number 6 (Container)

 

270

 

12

 

 

7

Berth Number 7 (Container)

 

250

 

11.3

 

 

8

Berth Number 8 (Container)

 

100

 

4.8

 

 

9

Berth Number 9 (Break-Bulk)

 

200

 

9.85

 

Ro – Ro < 100 M

 

10

Berth Number 10 (Break-Bulk)

 

220

 

9.85

 

Ro – Ro < 120 M

 

11

Berth Number 11 (Break-Bulk)

 

250

 

9.85

 

Ro – Ro < 150 M

 

12

Berth Number 12 (Break-Bulk)

 

300

 

10.35

 

Ro – Ro < 200 M

 

13

Berth Number 13 (Multi – Purposes)

 

300

 

11.5

 

Refer to Article 4 of the following explanations

 

14

Berth Number 14 (Break

 

300

 

11.5

 

15

Berth Number 15 (Break

 

300

 

11

 

16

Berth Number 16 (Break

300

10

Ro – Ro < 200 M

17

Berth Number 17 (Break

250

10

Ro – Ro < 150 M

18

Berth Number 18 (Break

220

10

Ro – Ro < 130 M

19

Berth Number 19 (Multi – Purposes)

200

10

Ro – Ro < 100 M

Refer to Article 3 of the following explanations

20

Berth Number 20 (Multi – Purposes)

160 to 175

10

160 meters if vessels berthing in berth number 19

175 meters if no vessels berthing in berth number 19

Ro – Ro < 130 M

Refer to Article 3

of the following explanations

 

21

Berth Number 21

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22

Berth Number 22

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23

Berth Number 23

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24

Berth Number 24

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25

Berth Number 25 (Container)

370

14.5

 

26

Berth Number 26 (Container)

370

14.5

 

27

Berth Number 27 (Container)

370

14.5

 

 

 

 

Explanations:

  1. Berths in priority for berthing of Ro – Ro vessels are respectively berths number 13, 14, 15, 12, and 16.
  2. Berths number 6, 7, and 19 are allocated to berthing vessels from starboard and berth number 9 is used for berthing vessels from larboard; it should be noted that using these berths requires the permission of Department of Maritime Affairs.
  3. Given unloading rate and amount of tidal water and the permission of Department of Maritime Affairs, oil vessels whose drafts are deeper than allowed level can berth in berths number 3, 19, and 20.
  4. Bulk vessels with draft deeper than allowed level noted in characteristics of berths number 13, 14, and 15, having information like TPC and loading/unloading rate should get the permission of Departments of Maritime Affairs and Port Affairs to berths.

 

 

 

Berths of Foolad Hormozgan Complex

Allowed Size of Vessels (Length and Draft) for Berthing and Unberthing in Foolad Berths

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maximum Allowed Draft of Outgoing Non-Oil Vessels Berth to Foolad Berths from Portside

Explanations:

  1. Vessel should berth from portside.
  2. Vessel should have no list.
  3. If in shallow water with the speed of lower than 5 knot, vessel squat is more than 20 cm (0.2 m), the additional amount should be deducted from maximum draft mentioned in the table.
  4. Due to the important role of human errors in maritime accidents, exact calculations are done by shipmaster; therefore, shipmaster and shipping company are completely responsible for these calculations and vessel safety.
  5. Deficiencies and failures result in accidents or Near-Miss could be addressed in terms of law.

 

 

Persian Gulf Berths

 

Allowed Size of Vessels (Length and Draft) for Berthing and Unberthing in Persian Gulf Berths

Row

Berth Number

Maximum Allowed Length of Vessels (m)

Maximum Allowed Draft of Vessels (m)

Notes

1

Berth Number 1

115

7.5

Pilotage of vessels with the draft of more than 7 meters takes place in tidal currents (ebb)

2

Berth Number 2

100

7

Pilotage of vessels with the draft of more than 7 meters takes place in tidal currents (ebb)

3

Berth Number 3

80

7.5

Pilotage of vessels with the draft of more than 7 meters takes place in tidal currents (ebb)

4

Berth Number 4

125

7.5

Maximum barge: 70 meters

5

Berth Number 5

105

7.5

Pilotage of vessels with the draft of more than 7 meters takes place in tidal currents (ebb)

6

Berth Number 6

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Pilotage of vessels with the draft of

more than 7 meters takes place in tidal currents (ebb)

 

7

Berth Number 7

125

7.5

Pilotage of vessels with the draft of more than 7 meters takes place in tidal currents (ebb)

8

Berth Number 8

125

7.5

Pilotage of vessels with the draft of more than 7 meters takes place in tidal currents (ebb)

9

Berth Number 9

100

7.3

Pilotage of vessels with the draft of more than 7 meters takes place in tidal currents (ebb)

10

Berth Number 10

125

7.5

Pilotage of vessels with the draft of more than 7 meters takes place in tidal currents (ebb)

 

Explanations:

  1. Pilotage of vessels with the draft of more than 7 meters takes place in tidal currents (ebb).
  2. In berth number 10, berthing vessels from starboard needs the permission of Department of Maritime Affairs.
  3. In berth number 1, berthing vessels from larboard needs the permission of Department of Maritime Affairs.
  4. Berthing vessels in berth number 10 is possible only if just one tow, barge, or vessel moored in berths number 7 and 8.

 

 

 

 

References:

http://shahidrajaeeport.pmo.ir/en/home

 

 

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Iran.

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