Karachi Port Reports Shipping Movements for June 11, 2024

Karachi Port Reports Shipping Movements for June 11, 2024

The Karachi Port Trust (KPT) has reported the shipping movements for the 24 hours ending at 0700 hours on Tuesday, June 11, 2024. This update is crucial for stakeholders to stay informed about the port’s operations and logistics.

Ships Berthed:

During the last 24 hours, the following ships have berthed at Karachi Port:

1. Sorocha Naree – carrying Rock Phosphate

2. Chemroute Sky – a tanker

3. XIN FU Zhou – a container ship

Ships Sailed:

The following ships have departed from the port:

1. WAN Hai 625

2. MSC Sola

3. Ever Uranus

Expected Sailings:

The following ships are scheduled to set sail from the port on June 11, 2024:

1. San Franjisco Bridge

2. Beijing

3. Zhong Gu Bo Hai

Expected Arrivals:

The port expects the arrival of several ships on June 11, 2024, each carrying different types of cargo:

1. Chem Star – L/9600 Container

2. Ginga Hawk – D/11500 Chemical

3. XIN Beijin – D/L Container

4. X-Press Antlia – D/L Container

5. Lotus A – D/L Container

On June 12, 2024, the following ships are expected to arrive:

1. Bow Aquarius – D/20250 Chemical

2. M.T Quetta – D/70000 Crude Oil

3. Clemens Schulte – D/L Container

4. Cosco America – D/L Container

5. Hyundai Oakland – D/L Container

6. XIN Lian Chang – D/L Container

7. Zhong Gu Nan Ning – D/L Container

Cargo Handling Turnover:

In the last 24 hours, Karachi Port has handled a total cargo volume of 160,585 Metric Tons. This includes 81,024 Metric Tons of export cargo and 79,561 Metric Tons of import cargo. The detailed commodity-wise handling in metric tons is as follows:

• Containerized Cargo: 108,740 Metric Tons (72,261 Import / 36,479 Export)

• B. Bulk Cargo: 100 Metric Tons (Import)

• Clinkers: 44,445 Metric Tons (Export)

• Rock Phosphate: 7,300 Metric Tons (Import)

This significant turnover underscores the port’s vital role in facilitating international trade and logistics. The efficient handling of a diverse range of cargo types highlights Karachi Port’s robust infrastructure and operational capacity. As a key maritime hub, KPT continues to support both local and global supply chains, ensuring smooth and effective cargo movements. The port’s performance over the past 24 hours reaffirms its status as a crucial node in the global trading network.