Paradip is one of the Major Ports of India. Then Chief Minister of Odisha, is the founder father of Paradip Port. It is the only Major Port in the State of Odisha situated 210 nautical miles south of Kolkata and 260 nautical miles north of Visakhapatnam on the east coast on the shore of Bay of Bengal.
Paradip Port is now equipped with 15 (fifteen) berths, 3 (three) Single Point Moorings (SPM), 1 (one) Ro-Ro Jetty, a well-maintained Approach and Entrance Channel having 17.1 Mtrs minimum depth to handle a wide range of vessels up to maximum LOA of 260 Mtrs.
The Port has 5 (five) nos. of tugs equipped with SRP, 3 of which have a Bollard Pull of 45 Tons and the remaining 2 are of 50 Tons Bollard Pull. A Vessel Traffic Management System is used to monitor movement of vessels by the Port Control.

Genma delivered 3 units GHC100 to Paradip port at Jan. 2018. The 3 units machines are tyre-type, with max. lifting capacity of 100t(corresponding radius is 20m) and max. radius of 48m, which are applicable to panama vessel under 3101-4600TEU and 80,000DWT.

Paradip port is a comprehensive port that focuses on ore cargo, accompanied by coal, iron ore, petroleum, ro-ro cargo, and containers. GHC series can be widely used in a variety of goods such as containers, bulk cargo, and groceries. At the same time, the mobility of the tyre-base chassis makes it possible to flexibly shuttle between different berths of the terminal. Genma GHC series mobile harbor cranes are recognized and praised by customers for the high efficiency and flexibility. At the same time, Genma has organized a local team with extensive experience in mobile harbor crane for customers to achieve barrier-free communication.

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