Port Qasim Releases Shipping Activity Report for June 10, 2024

Port Qasim Releases Shipping Activity Report for June 10, 2024

Karachi, June 10, 2024 – The Port Qasim Authority (PQA) has released its shipping activity report for Monday, June 10, 2024, providing essential updates for stakeholders. According to the report, significant maritime movements have been recorded, ensuring efficient port operations.

On Sunday, two ships, SSL Brahmaputra and Umm Bab, berthed at the Container Terminal and Port Gas Terminal, respectively. SSL Brahmaputra carried containers, while Umm Bab was loaded with LNG. Additionally, the LNG carrier Al-Jassaiya arrived at the outer anchorage of Port Qasim on Monday, further highlighting the port’s active engagement in LNG handling.

In the last 24 hours, six ships were engaged at PQA berths. Out of these, three ships—SSL Brahmaputra, Silver Ginny, and Ian—are expected to set sail today. The port managed a cargo volume of 98,845 tonnes during this period. This included 77,044 tonnes of import cargo and 21,801 tonnes of export cargo, transported in 1,568 containers (comprising 354 TEUs of imports and 1,214 TEUs of exports).

Currently, three ships are at the outer anchorage of Port Qasim. These include Aisa Liberty and Al-Jassaiya. Additionally, four more ships—Block Island, Lotus-A, Xpress Antila, and MSC Lisbon—carrying palm oil, LNG, steel coils, and containers, are expected to berth at LCT, EETL, MW-1, and QICT, respectively, on Monday. Looking ahead, two more container ships, Maersk Valencia and Kuala Lumpur Express, are scheduled to arrive at Port Qasim on Tuesday.

The report underscores Port Qasim’s role as a critical hub for maritime trade and logistics. By efficiently handling diverse cargo types, including containers, LNG, and palm oil, the port continues to facilitate significant import and export activities, contributing to the country’s economic growth.

Port authorities remain committed to ensuring smooth operations and addressing the needs of all stakeholders involved in maritime trade. As Port Qasim continues to manage high volumes of cargo and accommodate a range of vessels, it plays a vital role in supporting Pakistan’s trade infrastructure and economic stability.