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APM Terminals Pipavav achieves outstanding berth productivity on TIP service

APM Terminals Pipavav, achieved outstanding berth productivity (157.6 moves per hour) this week, with the ‘MOL Growth’ vessel on the Thailand-India-Pakistan (TIP) service, a part of Ocean Network Express (ONE). The TIP service operates through Ports of Pipavav, Bin Qasim, Karachi, Nhava Sheva, Colombo, Port Klang, Singapore and Laem Chabang.

This new high, exceeds a previous berth productivity high of 140 moves per hour on the Maersk Seletar, part of the MECL, service in December 2021. The MECL service connects India to the US East Coast, calling the ports of Savannah, Norfolk, Newark, Algeciras and middle east ports of Port Said East, Djibouti, Salalah, Jebel Ali and Port Qasim. This is yet another testimony of our competent staff and infrastructure capability that set us apart in serving our customers better by moving their cargoes swiftly and safely at the port.

About APM Terminals Pipavav

APM Terminals Pipavav is one of India’s leading gateway port for Containers, Dry Bulk cargoes, Liquid Bulk and RoRo (passenger cars) serving customers in the state of Gujarat with road and rail networks to India’s northwest hinterland. The current annual cargo handling capacity includes 1.35 million TEU Containers, 4 million metric tons of Dry bulk, 2 million metric tons of Liquid bulk and 250,000 passenger cars. APM Terminals Pipavav is India’s first public private partnership (PPP) port and the first port to be connected to the DFC in India; is a part of the APM Terminals global terminal network.