Port Qasim: Coal, Clinker & Cement Terminal (Construction)

Port Qasim: Coal, Clinker & Cement Terminal (PPP)

Locations

Type

Seaport

Status

Under Construction

Total Reported Cost

285.0 million USD

Initiatives

Start Date

Nov. 06 2010

Start of Construction

Planned Completion Date

2020

Funders

Source(s) Amount
None
None

Description

Port Qasim, Pakistan's second busiest port, is a deep seaport located in Karachi. On November 6, 2010, Port Qasim Authority signed an Implementation Agreement with Pakistan International Bulk Terminal for the construction of a dedicated Coal, Clinker & Cement Terminal. The container will have an annual handling capacity of 8 million tonnes and a storage capacity of 0.9 million tons. It will be the country's first dedicated dirty bulk cargo handling facility upon completion.

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