Karachi Port Releases Shipping Movements on April 3, 2024

Karachi Port Releases Shipping Movements on April 3, 2024

Karachi, April 3, 2024 – Karachi Port Trust (KPT) has issued shipping movements for Wednesday, April 3, 2024, to facilitate stakeholders, providing crucial updates on vessel arrivals, departures, and cargo handling activities.

In the past 24 hours, several vessels berthed and sailed from Karachi Port, aiding in the smooth flow of maritime trade operations. Among the ships that berthed were Arman 10 Container Ship, SC Taipei Tanker, M.T Quetta Tanker, and GSL Elizabeth Container Ship. Meanwhile, vessels such as M.T Mardan, Uafl Dubai, and Daytona Beach were among those that sailed from the port.

Looking ahead, several vessels are expected to sail on April 3, 2024, including MSC Melatilde and Torm Evolve. Additionally, several vessels are anticipated to arrive, carrying various cargoes such as chemicals, carbon oil, and containers. Notable arrivals expected include Hanyu Camellia, Clean Thrasher, MSC Heidi, Ever Ulysses, WAN HAI 612, Ever Utile, and Express Rome.

In terms of cargo handling turnover, Karachi Port witnessed a total cargo turnover of 133,129 Metric Tons during the last 24 hours, comprising 59,750 Metric Tons of export cargo and 73,379 Metric Tons of import cargo. The breakdown of cargo handling by commodity type is as follows:

• Containerized Cargo: 82,444 Metric Tons (35,828 Metric Tons of imports, 46,616 Metric Tons of exports)

• Break Bulk Cargo: 412 Metric Tons (213 Metric Tons of imports, 199 Metric Tons of exports)

• Clinkers: 12,360 Metric Tons (exports)

• Rice: 575 Metric Tons (exports)

• Wheat: 14,236 Metric Tons (imports)

• Oil/Liquid Cargo: 23,102 Metric Tons (imports)

The efficient handling of various commodities underscores Karachi Port’s pivotal role in facilitating trade activities and contributing to the country’s economic growth. With continuous updates on shipping movements and cargo handling, Karachi Port remains committed to ensuring seamless operations and enhancing maritime connectivity for stakeholders across diverse sectors.