The ICD Tughlakabad, opened on 1 September 1993. It is situated in the southeast of Delhi. It is the flagship terminal of CONCOR and is the pioneer of containerization in the country. In terms of dry ports, ICD Tughlakabad is the largest in India. The hinterland of the state includes all of northern and western India. CONCOR’s flagship terminal is the pioneer among containerized terminals in the country. In addition to state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, it has excellent rail connections to the gateway ports.
Additionally, it has access to the NH-2 and is conveniently located close to major roads throughout Delhi, connecting all National Highways. It is also certified ISO 9001-2008.
– 4 full length rail lines
– 10, 000 sqm covered Export warehouse
– 6, 000 sqm covered Import warehouse
– Two bonded warehouses of 8500 sqm
– 3,500 square feet dedicated to LCL exports
– A total of 12000 TEUs are currently loaded and 2000 TEUs are empty in the stack
– Separate empty parks for stacking of 8000 empty TEUs
– 66000 square meter parking area for parking of approx. 750+ trailers
-The base depot at ICD Tughlakabad consists of 84 BLCA rakes, each with 45 high speed wagons for hauling containers (1000 kph).
– Fully computerised Export & Import documentation
– An administrative building of 8000 square meters is situated at the site.
– Two computerised weigh bridge
– 2 rail mounted Gantry Cranes (RMG)
– 9 rubber tyred Gantry Cranes (RTG)
– 21 Reach Stackers
– 50 trailers for internal shifting
– Handling cargo with sling cranes and forklifts
– Infrastructure and logistics for supporting EXIM trade multimodal transport
– Services between ports (JNPT/GTIL/NSCT, MDPT, PPSP) and ICD Tughlakabad on a daily basis
– A regular container train service between the hinterland and ICDs
– Block booking trains on a roundtrip basis
– LCL Hub Services
– Bonded warehousing facility
– Booking of containers under cabotage scheme
– Exporters can receive incentives based on traffic volume
– RTGS/ECS for the payment of CONCOR dues and all types of refunds
– E-filing of documents
– Under Customs Act Section 48, containers are regularly auctioned on a bi-monthly basis (twice a month)
– An EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) facility between Customs and CONCOR
– PDA (Pre Deposit Account) facilities at the central, regional, and local levels
– Business Centre
– Exim and customer care cells to ensure seamless services and information
– CISF deployed for security services
– High-value cargoes: special cages and security
– In the repair yard, there is a facility to manufacture Garments on Hangers (GOHs)
– System for container cargo logistics (CCLS) documentation
– Connected directly to the major shipping lines
– EDI Linkage between Customs and CONCOR
– Direct feed of container details into CCLS via radio-linked hand-held terminals for online access
– As a pioneer in taking innovative steps and providing facilities to smooth and seamless trade, ICD Tughlakabad leads the way.
– Multi tier stacking in bonded warehouse
– Facility of e-Filing of documents
– Centralised/Regional and Local PDA facility
– Twice monthly auction
– Interfacing of EDI with Customs
– Installation of CCTV cameras at all critical points of the ICD
– Door-to-door stacking of import containers
– Streamlining of traffic flow in parking lots and inside the ICD
– Shifting of containers based on BOE has been implemented
– Import containers have begun to be delivered via tatkal
– Separate stacks are designated for high-value cargo
We are fully up-to-date with customs procedures and have excellent knowledge on how to handle shipments related to air customs clearance services.
Provides seamless services for sea customs clearance across international ports for export-import shipments.