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MSC ANNA’s seamless operations at Hutchison Ports Pakistan, no delay in clearance of containers

Hutchison Ports Pakistan efficiently Handled MSC ANNA, one of the largest vessels in the world with an impressive 400-meter length, completing operations in just 32 hours. This achievement highlights the terminal’s capability to handle large-scale operations efficiently.

The vessel berthed at Hutchison Ports Pakistan on 29th May and departed the terminal at 11:50 PM on 30th May 2024 after loading 2419 units and offloading 730 units. Although this was a significant operation, the port had previously achieved a volume exchange of 5,817 moves. The yard density before the arrival of MSC ANNA was 47.3%, and it decreased to 45.7% upon her departure, showcasing the terminal’s efficient handling capabilities.

“Our terminal is built to handle large ships with deeper drafts, making it a prime destination for vessels of this magnitude. The successful operation of MSC ANNA demonstrates our capability and readiness to manage even larger vessels,” said CS Kim, CEO of Hutchison Ports Pakistan.

“This achievement highlights our operational excellence and boosts trade, enhancing Pakistan’s position in the global maritime industry.” CS Kim added.

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