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APM Terminals Pipavav achieves the highest berth productivity of 157.6 moves per hour

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PIPAVAV : APM Terminals Pipavav, achieves the highest berth productivity of 157.6 moves per hour during ‘MOL Gateway’ vessel of Thailand-India-Pakistan (TIP) service, a part of Ocean Network Express (ONE).
The higher berth productivity on TIP (ONE) service after MECL service 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 our port.

TIP service operates through Ports of Pipavav, Bin Qasim, Karachi, Nhava Sheva, Colombo, Port Klang, Singapore and Laem Chabang. The service connects the Indian markets of Punjab, Gujarat, New Delhi with the Far East, thereby benefiting exporters & importers from these markets.

The commodities carried by the vessel were cotton, groundnut, sea food, white goods, agri commodities, automobile spares, machinery, electronic items, PVC resin, sanitary items and PPP granules. The service connects the Indian markets of Punjab, Gujarat, New Delhi with the Far East, thereby benefiting exporters & importers from these markets.

Jakob Friis Sørensen, MD, APM Terminals Pipavav said, “The higher berth productivity on TIP (ONE) service after MECL service is yet another testimony of our efficiency that aims to help our customers. We are proud of our competent staff and infrastructure capability that help us to manage transit cargoes in a seamless and effective way. We also believe this efficiency is what sets up apart in terms of our service to our customers.”

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