PQA Releases Shipping Activity Report for May 16, 2024

PQA Releases Shipping Activity Report for May 16, 2024

The Port Qasim Authority (PQA) has published its shipping activity report for May 16, 2024, aimed at providing stakeholders with crucial information regarding maritime operations.

According to the report, four ships, namely Maersk Cabo Verde, Scio Spirit, Alba Gas, and Hv Alicecarrying Container, Palm Kernel, LPG, and Coal, respectively, berthed at various terminals within the port on Wednesday. These terminals included the Container Terminal, Multi-Purpose Terminal, Sui Southern Gas Terminal, and Bulk Terminal.

In addition to these arrivals, six more ships arrived at the outer anchorage of the Port Qasim during the preceding 24 hours. These vessels, namely Obe Queen, Advantage Paradise, Chan Shen-303, Pan Ivy, World Virtue, and Flag Filia, were carrying a range of cargoes, including Fertilizer, Gas oil, Chemicals, and Coals.

The report further indicated that a total of ten ships were engaged at PQA berths during the past 24 hours. Among them, four ships, including Maersk Cabo Verde, Asia Inspire, Jag Pavitra, and Hv Alice, were expected to sail in the afternoon of the reported day.

Cargo handling operations at the port remained brisk, with a cargo volume of 135,189 tonnes handled during the last 24 hours. This cargo comprised 118,226 tonnes of imports and 16,963 tonnes of exports, carried in a total of 1,670 Containers (1,480 TEUs Imports and 190 TEUs export).

Presently, there are 12 ships stationed at the Outer Anchorage of PQA. Among them, five ships, including Aljalaa, Pan Ivy, Chemroad Journey, World Virtue, and America, along with two more ships, San Diego Bridge and Gaslog Syndney, are scheduled to load/offload various cargoes such as Fuel oil, Chemicals, Palm oil, Coal, Container, and LNG. These vessels are expected to take berths at different terminals within the port, including FOTCO, FAP, LCT, PIBT, QICT, and EETL, on the reported day.

Furthermore, another container ship named ‘Clemens Schulte’ is scheduled to arrive at Port Qasim on Friday, adding to the ongoing maritime activities at the port.

The shipping activity report serves as a valuable resource for stakeholders, offering insights into the dynamic operations of the Port Qasim and facilitating informed decision-making within the maritime industry.