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Ports are vital for cargo connectivity to Pakistan

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29 Mar 2018
By admin
Sea Port

Cargo business is a chain and ports are its vital part Seaports of Pakistan are its major sources of sea connectivity with rest of the world Ports and harbors are very essential for the cargo connectivity for any country of the world. The country is considered very lucky which has ports and harbors. If your […]

Ports of Pakistan Work for its Own Country and Facilitate Neighbors as Well

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12 Oct 2017
By admin
Pakistani Port

Dry ports play important role to grab cargo business for the main stream Pakistan has effective sea ports for loading and un-loading of bulk cargo Sea ports and open harbors are very important for any country. Countries with open harbors and well located seaports progress speedily because of these harbors and sea ports are the […]

The First-Ever Deep Water Terminal of Pakistan to Boost Sea Cargo

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24 Jan 2017
By admin
Sea Port

Bright chances to lift the sea cargo industry with massive cargo trade by adding Mother Vessels   Pakistan is finally planning to inaugurate its first deep water container terminal which has entered into its final phase of infrastructure development to welcome mother vessels by the mod of this year. This is going to be a […]

Why Gwadar Port is More Vital Route than Chabahar Port

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1 Mar 2016
By admin
Pakistan & Iran Flag

Gwadar port (Pakistan) and Chahbahar port (Iran) have the vital significance for the central Asian countries. Both ports links central Asian region to the world market and cuts off thousands of kilometres for certain trade routes. The relationship between Pakistan and Iran is  very friendly and likable. Both the countries have developed the plan for the […]

Cargo Ships Terrorise Europe

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23 Feb 2016
By admin
Cargo Ships

The dangers posed by the cargo ships is becoming a major concern for European security officials as they believe the terrorist may take advantage of these ships Why they fear? Their fear is justified as every month there are an estimated 10,000 cargo ships that pursue European waters and the officials don’t have a comprehensive […]

Two Cargo Ships Collided at Port of Piraeus

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2 Feb 2016
By admin
Cargo Ships

Both of these cargo ships are owned by Greek companies La Joie, a general cargo ship, at Port of Piraeus approach collided with Ahti R, a sea cargo freighter. It has not been confirmed that the freighter was carrying the sea cargo Pakistan or some other country. But the initial reports so state big swell […]

Gwadar vs Chabahar! A Warfield On The World Economic Gateway

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9 Nov 2015
By admin
Gwadar Vs Chabahar

Why the stakeholders from the gate of the Strait of Hormuz to Arabian sea are afraid of Gwadar Port?   In the altering dynamics of international policies, sea trade has great importance. In that perspective, Gwadar Port of Pakistan and Chabahar Port Iran are the centre points in Arabian Sea and both geographically have a […]

Australia Puts a Ban on Indonesian Cargo Ship

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2 Nov 2015
By admin
Noah Satu

Noah Satu, the cargo ship which broke the Australian maritime guidelines and rules four times since August 2013 has finally been barred from entering Australia A cargo ship is designed to do many tasks in one go. It can be a container ship, bulk load carrier and tanker etc, but  to follow the international maritime […]

What Dry Cargo Vessels are Used to?

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14 Sep 2015
By admin
Bulk Cargo Vessel

  Dry cargo vessels and bulk carriers are the backbone of shipping, let’s have a look actually are they? Solid dry goods are shipped via dry cargo ships which is a special type of cargo carriers. These ships have a higher tolerance for ultra-high temperatures along with the capacity to bear very low temperatures. These […]

What Is Break Bulk Cargo? Why it Requires Relatively Minimal Port Facilities?

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7 Sep 2015
By admin
Bulk-Ores

  Break bulk cargo is a different kind of cargo that requires minimal port facilities, but it is slow and expensive   In shipping and cargo handling industry, break bulk cargo or simply general cargo goods that cargo companies handle individually rather than using containers to handle them. Such as barrels, oil, gas and grains. […]

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