Port Qasim Issues Shipping Activity Report for June 24, 2024

Port Qasim Issues Shipping Activity Report for June 24, 2024

Karachi, June 24, 2024 – Port Qasim has issued its shipping activity report for Monday, June 24, 2024, providing key updates to stakeholders on recent maritime activities.

On Sunday, three ships, Doris, Al-Jassasiya, and Chemtrans Ionian, carrying chemicals, LNG, and Mogas, respectively, berthed at the Grain Terminal, Elengy Terminal, and Oil Terminal. Additionally, four more ships—Sea Journey, Sinar Mendawai, Horizon-1, and Gaslog Geneva—arrived at the outer anchorage of Port Qasim carrying canola, palm oil, LPG, and LNG over the last 24 hours.

Throughout the past 24 hours, four ships were actively engaged at Port Qasim berths. Notably, none of these ships departed the port on Monday. The port managed a cargo volume of 78,492 tonnes, comprising 68,668 tonnes of import cargo and 9,824 tonnes of export cargo, all handled in 727 containers (296 TEUs for imports and 431 TEUs for exports).

At the outer anchorage, four ships await berthing. Of these, Sinar Mendawai, Horizon-1, and Gaslog Geneva, along with another ship, TSS Amber, carrying palm oil, LPG, LNG, and containers, are expected to dock at the LCT, EVTL, PGPCL, and QICT berths on Monday. Furthermore, two more container ships, Maersk Kinloss and Atlantic Ibis, are scheduled to arrive at Port Qasim on Tuesday.

Port Qasim remains a vital hub for maritime trade, continuously facilitating the smooth handling of diverse cargo types to meet the country’s import and export demands. The port’s ability to manage a high volume of goods efficiently underscores its crucial role in Pakistan’s logistics and supply chain network.

The ongoing activity at Port Qasim reflects the port’s commitment to maintaining robust operations, ensuring that shipping and cargo handling processes are carried out without significant delays. This efficiency is critical for stakeholders relying on timely delivery and receipt of goods.

As Port Qasim continues to handle substantial cargo volumes and accommodate incoming ships, it plays a pivotal role in supporting Pakistan’s economic activities and international trade. The port’s latest report highlights its operational capacity and readiness to manage diverse maritime logistics requirements effectively.