Pakistan International Container Terminal

KARACHI (APP): Six boats, MS Tiger, Nord Bering Navios, Achilles, Athos, Sun Ploeg, and Maersk Brigit conveying Containers, Coal, Project Cargo, and Palm oil were dispensed billets at Pakistan International Container Terminal, Pakistan International Bulk Terminal, Multi-Purpose Terminal, and Karachi Port Terminal separately during most recent 24 hours, said a report gave by Port Qasim Authority (PQA) here on Monday. 

In the interim three additional boats, Endeavor Strait, MSC Maria Elena, and Magdala conveying Coal Containers and LNG likewise showed up at the external harbor of Port on Monday morning. An aggregate of eleven ships to be specific, MS Tiger, GSL Tianjin, Safmarine Ngami, Athos, Thang Long, Riva Wind, Nord Bering, Navios Achilles, IVS Windsor, Sun Ploeg, and Maersk Brigit are right now possessing PQA billets to stack/offload Containers, Wheat, Project Cargo, Palm Kernel, Coal, and Palm oil separately. 

Freight throughput during the most recent 24 hours remained at 161,139 tons, involving 93,107 tons import payload and 68,032 tons trade load comprehensive of containerized load conveyed in 4,297 Containers (TEUs), (1,069 TEUs imports and 3,228 TEUs sends out) was dealt with at the Port. 

Holder Vessel Safmarine Ngami cruised out to the ocean on Monday morning, while two more Container Vessels MS Tiger and GSL Tianjin, and a Coal transporter Nord Bering is required to cruise on the same day in the early evening and another boat ‘Thang Long’ is relied upon to cruise around evening time hours. Five boats, MSC Maria Elena, Amalthea, White Fin, Alpine Penelope, and Maglala conveying Containers, Project Cargo, Diesel oil, and LNG are relied upon to take billets at QICT, MW-2, FOTCO, and PGPCL separately on Monday. 

Five boats, Express Rome, Marathopolis, Inthira Naree, Josco Huizhou, and Petal Lady conveying Containers, Coal and Gas oil were dispensed billets at Container Terminal, Bulk Terminal, Multi-Purpose Terminal, and Oil Terminal separately on Thursday. 

In the interim four additional boats, Neptune, FJ Star, IDC Diamond, and Serene Amelia conveying Palm Kernel and Coal likewise showed up at the external dock of Port Qasim during the most recent 24 hours. 

Billets were locked in by thirteen boats to stack/offload Containers, Rice, Bitumen, Coal, Soya bean, Natural gas, Gas oil, and Palm oil, out of them, two gas transporters ‘Marangas Tory ‘ and ‘Solaris’ cruised out to the ocean on Friday morning (today), and three additional boats, Express Rome, CMB Chikko, and Da Wei Shan are required to cruise from QICT, PIBT, and MW-1 on the same day in the early evening. 

A load volume of 185,498 tons, including 161,673 tons imports payload and 23,825 tons send out freight, comprehensive of containerized payload conveyed in 3,560 Containers (2,670 TEUs imports and 890 TEUs trade), was dealt with at the Port during most recent 24 hours. 

There are eleven boats are at present container vessel at Outer Anchorage of Port Qasim and sitting tight for compartments, out of them two Container ships, Cap Carmel and CMA CGM Fidelio are normal take billets at Pakistan Port Container Terminal on Friday (today), while a holder vessel ‘Mary Star’ is expected to show up at Port Qasim on the same day, and two more holder vessels, Ikaria and Diyala are expected to show up on Saturday, and four additional boats, in particular, MSC Denisse, Cendrillon, Kits Nevis, and Umm Bab are expected to show up on Sunday.