Our Objectives

  • Develop infrastructure facilities for storage of Marine fuel.
  • Manage in an efficient and effective way as the center of the Bunkering Business.
  • Ensure safety of the storage at the premises.
  • Improve and maintain high level of productivity among all employees.
  • Improve health, safety and environmental friendly measures in Operations.
  • Provide an efficient and effective service to customers.
Vision

To become the Bunkering Hub in Sri Lanka by year 2024.

Mission

To maximize company’s value by developing infrastructure and storage facilities to Bunker License Holders.

About JCT

The Jaya Container Terminals Limited (JCT Limited), is a fully owned subsidiary of Sri Lanka Ports Authority. Jaya Container Terminals Limited (PB 960) was incorporated on 21 February 2002 under the Companies Act No. 17 of 1982 and re-registered under the Companies Act No. 07 of 2007 as a Public Company.

In year 2008, Jaya Container Terminals Limited was assigned by the Sri Lanka Ports Authority to manage and operate JCT Limited at No.69, Walls Lane, Colombo 15. The main activity of the company is to manage and operate JCT Limited which established as a Sri Lanka Customs approved Public Bond to facilitate Bunker License Holders (BLHs) to store their imported bunker fuels.

The primary business of the JCT Limited is storing of Marine fuel which supplies for vessels in the sea. The marine fuels in the fuel categories of Low Sulpher Fuel Oil (LSFO) 380 and Marine Gas Oil (MGO) are currently stored at the premises. At present, JCT Limited facility is spread over 9 Acres with 13 Fuel tanks to store marine fuel with a total capacity of 35,000 MT.

Message from the Chairman

Dear Valued Stakeholders,

On behalf of the Jaya Container Terminal Limited (JCT) it gives me great pleasure to launch the official website of the JCT. JCT Limited is a 100% fully owned subsidiary of the Sri Lanka Port Authority and the main role of the company is to manage, operate oil bunkering and to provide sufficient fuel for the vessels.

We have been a profitable entity throughout from the day one and during Covid-19 pandemic we were operating fully with the dedicated employees, loyal customers and with the assistance of the government institutions.

We are looking forward to enhancing the capacity in the near future and expanding the business.

I take this opportunity to thank His Excellency the President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, Hon Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, Hon Minister of Ports & Shipping Johnston Fernando for the vision and guidance provided to the management of JCT. I wish all the best for future endeavours.

Lakmal Ratnayake

Attorney-at-Law
Chairman - Jaya Container Terminal Limited
Director - Sri Lanka Ports Authority