Port Wings News Network:
Global trade enabler DP World operated Mundra International Container Terminal (MICT), has achieved a new milestone by registering the highest berth productivity of 179.38, which is approx. 1.29 times higher than the average.
In 2019, MICT has successfully maintained the berth productivity of over 170while handling four vessels deployed under a service connecting to Europe.The terminal also accomplished another record for highest berth productivity of 207.06 for another vessel deployed under a service connecting to East Africa.
Capt. Sujeet Singh, CEO, DP World Mundra said, “At DP World, our emphasis continues to be on enhancing our productivity by constantly modernizing terminal infrastructure and IT systems to provide faster and cost effective trade solutions to our customers. Our focus continues to be on facilitating a reliable and swift flow of cargo, thus making our customers’ product reach the market faster, reduce the cost of logistics and improve effectiveness of the supply chain in North Western India.”
MICT has successfully handled more than 11 millionTEU since its inception in June 2003, making it the most efficient trade gateway for Gujarat and the North Indian hinterland. It continues to excel in areas of efficiency, achieving an average Gross Crane Rate (GCR) at 34.29 moves per hour, putting MICT in the top quartile of the best performing container terminals globally.