Port Statistics

Overall Statistics
 

Karachi Port Trust is the pioneer Sea Port of Pakistan and can be referred Gateway to Pakistan. KPT have potential of handling more than 125 Million Tons cargo including 4.25 Million TEUs (containers) as well as Transshipment and In-Transit containers. Karachi Port including its 03 Private Container Terminals has sufficient capacity to provide the required facility as per requirements. However, the desired of Actual Capacity of KPT including its Private Container Terminals are as under:

Cargo Handling
DRY CARGO (Dry Bulk / Break Bulk) 50.00 Million Tons
LIQUID BULK CARGO 25.00 Million Tons
Container Handling
KGTL (EX-PICT) 0.45 Million TEUs / 5.355 Million Tons
KICT 0.70 Million TEUs / 8.330 Million Tons
SAPTL 3.10 Million TEUs / 36.890 Million Tons
TOTAL 125.575 Million Tons
Cargo Handling
 

Cargo handling at Karachi Port refers to the various activities and processes involved in the movement, loading, unloading, and storage of goods (cargo) between ships, trucks, trains, and storage facilities within the port area. It is a crucial aspect of maritime logistics and plays a significant role in facilitating international trade. The primary goal of Karachi Port is to handle cargo efficiently and to ensure the timely and safe transfer of goods between different modes of transportation. The statistics in figure 1.1 shows the progress of Karachi Port Trust , from the following year to last 2023.

The stats clearly shows that Karachi Port Trust has marked a record handling of th Cargo in the year 2017-2018. Karachi Port Trust is expanding their businesses by liason with AD Ports to increase the maximum out of Cargo Handling and various operations as Karachi Port Trust has the ability to set a benchmark in the forth coming future.

Link to Tonnage and TEUS Report
 
Container Handling

Container handling at a port involves the processes and activities related to the movement, storage, and transportation of shipping containers. Karachi Port has three Terminal Operators , KGTL on EAST WHARVE, KICT at WEST WHARF and SAPTL at SOUTH WHARF, and they are operating at their best in day to day operations. Further more the statistics of last 10 years and shows record breaking container handling in the year 2020-2021.

The stats clearly shows that Karachi Port Trust has marked a record handling of th Cargo in the year 2017-2018. Karachi Port Trust is expanding their businesses by liason with AD Ports to increase the maximum out of Cargo Handling and various operations as Karachi Port Trust has the ability to set a benchmark in the forth coming future.

Link to Tonnage and TEUS Report