Karachi Port Releases Shipping Movements for June 3, 2024

Karachi Port Releases Shipping Movements for June 3, 2024

PkRevenue.com — The Karachi Port Trust (KPT) has disclosed the shipping movements for Monday, June 3, 2024, as part of its commitment to providing stakeholders with timely information to facilitate maritime operations.

Over the past 48 hours, several ships berthed and sailed from Karachi Port, highlighting the bustling activity at one of Pakistan’s major maritime hubs. The vessels that berthed include Yasa Emirhan carrying clinkers, Beijing Bridge and YM Excellence handling container shipments, and DA Hong Xia and MU Mian Song with general cargo. Additionally, container ships such as CMA CGM Columga and XIN Chang Shu were also among those that berthed.

In terms of ships that sailed, a diverse range of vessels left the port, including Ever Ulysses, Southern Wolf, and Northrn Practise, among others. These departures signify the continuous flow of maritime traffic and trade activities.

Looking ahead, several vessels are expected to sail from Karachi Port in the coming days, including MU Mian Song on June 3, 2024. Moreover, various ships are scheduled to arrive, bringing a range of cargo such as crude oil, containers, fuel oil, and general cargo. These incoming shipments reflect the port’s pivotal role in facilitating trade and meeting the country’s import and export demands.

In terms of cargo handling turnover, Karachi Port managed a total cargo volume of 181,015 metric tons over the last 48 hours. This comprised 90,801 metric tons of export cargo and 90,214 metric tons of import cargo. Notably, containerized cargo dominated both import and export categories, with 85,386 metric tons of imports and 65,858 metric tons of exports handled during this period. Additionally, significant quantities of cement, clinkers, and liquid cargo were also processed, highlighting the port’s diverse cargo handling capabilities.

The efficient handling of cargo underscores Karachi Port’s significance as a vital gateway for international trade and commerce. The port’s strategic location, modern infrastructure, and robust operational capabilities continue to position it as a preferred choice for maritime activities in the region.

As Karachi Port remains at the forefront of Pakistan’s maritime industry, stakeholders can expect continued efforts to enhance efficiency, streamline operations, and foster growth in the country’s trade sector.