KARACHI: The production activities have been stopped at plant of Engro Polymer and Chemicals located at Port Muhammad Bin Qasim, said a statement on Monday. The production activities have been stopped after Sindh Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) took notice of gas leakage incident at the plant. The company in a notification informed the stock market: […]
KARACHI: Engro Polymer and Chemcial said that an isolated incident of gas leak occurred it plant at Port Qasim on Friday morning. In a statement the company said that it was gathering complete details related to the incident. “Based on initial reports, some people have been shifted to a nearby medical facility for treatment of […]
KARACHI: Sindh Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) has asked Port Qasim Authority (PQA) to ensure environmental compliance while unloading soybean cargo, officials said on Saturday. In a letter sent to PQA, the SEPA said that an incident was occurred on February 16, 2020 at Kemari and in the vicinity of Karachi Port Trust regarding deterioration of […]
KARACHI: Several fuel stations were shut down in the city on Wednesday evening due to sudden demand after rumors of fuel supply suspension following mysterious toxic gas leakage. Earlier in the day Pakistan State Oil (PSO) temporarily closed down its storage terminal at Kemari for safety of its staff as toxic gas claimed around 15 […]
KARACHI: Shipping agents association has strongly condemned the linking of toxic gas leakage with soybean cargo. In a statement issued on Wednesday they said that the first casualty was reported hours before discharging of soybean at Karachi Port Trust. The statement issued by Ships Agents Association and Stevedoring Conference, stated: “We strongly condemn the rumors […]
KARACHI: A preliminary report related to toxic gas leakage near port area revealed high pollutants with presence of lethal gases.
KARACHI: Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) on Monday criticized the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) for not responding to the tragic incident of poisonous gas leakage in Kemari area, which claimed six lives.
KARACHI: Rear Admiral Jameel Akhtar, Chairman, Karachi Port Trust (KPT) on Monday said that the port activities are remained normal and there is no incident of gas leakage reported in port area.
KARACHI: Customs clearance has been resumed after a briefed period of closure as Environment Protection Agency (EPA) cleared the Custom House Karachi from any threat owing to spread of toxic gas.
KARACHI: Port activities and customs clearance were suspended on Monday as precautionary measures in the wake of mysterious toxic gas which claimed at least five lives.