A turf war between private terminal operators at JNPT, which was likely to disrupt operations at India’s biggest container port, seems to have ended. This follows a meeting JNPT management had with all terminal operators to sort out the contentious issues. “The operational issues have been resolved and there is limited financial issue that needs to be sorted out,” said Neeraj Bansal, Acting Chairman, JNPT, over phone. (…) Following the commencement of services by PSA’s Bharat Mumbai Container Terminal Pvt Ltd (BMCT), the new terminal at JNPT, the incumbent three terminal operators (APM Terminals that operates GTI, DP World and JNPT, which has it’s own terminal) objected to the handling of containers booked for BMCT in mixed rakes without charging a cost. All containers land at GTI and are then distributed to terminals. All three of them share the cost and there had been no issues. (…)