Port Qasim Issues Shipping Activity Report for June 27, 2024

Port Qasim Issues Shipping Activity Report for June 27, 2024

Karachi, June 27, 2024 – The Port Qasim Authority (PQA) has issued its shipping activity report for Thursday, June 27, 2024, providing key information to stakeholders about the recent movements and cargo handling at the port.

The report highlights that two ships, G-Bright and Bateleur, carrying palm oil and LPG, respectively, berthed at the Liquid Terminal and Sui Southern Gas Terminal on Wednesday. Additionally, six more ships—Alora, V-Due, Express Athens, Maersk Cairo, Ullswater, and Clipper Barolo—arrived at the outer anchorage of Port Qasim within the last 24 hours. These vessels are scheduled to load or offload rice, corn, containers, LPG, and coal.

During the last 24 hours, four ships were engaged at the Port Qasim berths. None of these ships left the port on Thursday. The port handled a cargo volume of 27,609 tonnes, comprising 19,993 tonnes of imported cargo and 7,616 tonnes of exported cargo. This included 451 containers, with 3 TEUs of imports and 448 TEUs of exports.

Currently, there are nine ships at the outer anchorage of Port Qasim. Out of these, four ships—Alora, Clipper Barolo, Express Athens, and Maersk Cairo—along with two additional ships, Wan Hai-316 and Southern Anoa, are scheduled to load or offload rice, coal, containers, and chemicals. These vessels are expected to take berths at MW2, PIBT, QICT, and MW1 on Thursday.

Looking ahead, three more ships—MSC Positano, CMA CGM Musset, and Simaisma, carrying containers and LNG—are due to arrive at Port Qasim on Friday.

The ongoing activities and the arrival of these vessels are indicative of the port’s continuous operational efficiency and its critical role in facilitating trade and logistics. The Port Qasim Authority remains committed to ensuring smooth and efficient operations, providing vital support to Pakistan’s economic and trade sectors.

Stakeholders are encouraged to stay updated with the latest reports from the Port Qasim Authority to manage their logistics and trading activities effectively. The timely issuance of such reports aids in the planning and coordination necessary for maintaining the flow of goods through one of Pakistan’s key maritime hubs.