Location:- Kakinada Port is located on the East Coast of India.
Kakinada Port is the main gateway port for the rich agricultural belt of East Godavari, West Godavari and Krishna Districts of Andhra Pradesh.
Kakinada Port comprises of Kakinada Anchorage Port, Kakinada Deep Water Port, Kakinada Fishing Harbour and Ship-Breaking Unit.
Kakinada Anchorage Port has a hundred years old history managed by the Government of Andhra Pradesh.
Government of Andhra Pradesh developed a Deep Water Port at the cost of 300 Crores. Under Port Privatisation Policy, Kakinada Deep Water Port was awarded the concession to M/s. International Seaports Limited, Singapore in 1999 on MOST Basis. Kakinada Fishing Harbour is designed and operated for 425 fishing boats.
Techno-Economical feasibility report was prepared by M/s. NSDRI for establishment of ship-breaking unit at Kakinada and it is proposed to commence ship-breaking units.
KAKINADA SEAPORTS LIMITED is an emerging gateway on east coast of India, between Vishakapatnam and Chennai Ports and it is gifted with natural break water. It handles almost all types of cargo and offers unparalleled access to your important cargo destinations.
Through inland distribution network i.e. Roadways & Railways, you’ll be able to reach the consumers within few days of arrival, and just as swiftly, speed your goods out to the rest of the world.
To provide new and more opportunities for your business among today’s growing consumer demand, we are completing and continuing major development projects at our port.
While helping you exceed your business goals, we take a proactive role in protecting, and improving the environment of our port and surrounding region. We are committed to efficiency through innovation and total transparency in all our transactions.