Port Qasim Releases Shipping Activity for June 11, 2024

Port Qasim Releases Shipping Activity for June 11, 2024

The Port Qasim Authority (PQA) has released its latest report on shipping activities for Tuesday, June 11, 2024, aimed at keeping stakeholders informed about the port’s operations and logistics.

Ships Berthed:

On Monday, six ships successfully berthed at various terminals within Port Qasim, handling a range of cargo:

1. Xpress Antila – Container (Container Terminal)

2. Lotus-A – Container (Container Terminal)

3. MSC Lisbon – Container (Container Terminal)

4. Block Island – Steel Coil (Multi-Purpose Terminal-1)

5. Asia Liberty – Palm Oil (Liquid Terminal)

6. Al-Jassasiya – LNG (Elengy Terminal)

Arrivals at Outer Anchorage:

Additionally, two more ships arrived at the outer anchorage of Port Qasim on the same day:

1. MSC Positano – Container

2. DA Xin – Wind Power Equipment

Ships Engaged and Departures:

A total of nine ships were engaged at PQA berths during the last 24 hours. Three ships, Xpress Antila, Lotus-A, and Umm Bab, departed the port this morning. Another container ship, MSC Lisbon, is also expected to set sail later today.

Cargo Volume:

Port Qasim managed a substantial cargo volume of 218,556 tonnes over the last 24 hours. This comprised 162,483 tonnes of import cargo and 56,073 tonnes of export cargo. The cargo was carried in 4,853 containers (2,602 TEUs imports and 2,251 TEUs exports).

Current Status at Outer Anchorage:

There are currently three ships at the outer anchorage of Port Qasim:

1. Hafnia Excellence – Mogas

2. MSC Positano – Container

3. Maersk Valencia – Container

Expected Berthings:

The following ships are expected to berth today:

1. Hafnia Excellence – FOTCO (carrying Mogas)

2. MSC Positano – QICT (carrying Container)

3. Maersk Valencia – QICT (carrying Container)

Upcoming Arrivals:

Two more container ships, Cosco America and Maersk Cabo Verde, are due to arrive at Port Qasim on Wednesday.

This comprehensive report highlights the port’s dynamic activity and its critical role in facilitating maritime trade. The efficient handling of a diverse array of cargo types underscores Port Qasim’s robust infrastructure and operational capacity. As a vital node in global trade networks, PQA continues to support local and international supply chains, ensuring the smooth and effective movement of goods. The port’s recent performance reflects its commitment to maintaining high standards of service and operational excellence.