APM Terminals Pipavav, has handled the highest volumes on India- -US East Coast (MECL) service.

The port safely handled 4,527 TEUs on Maersk Seletar with a record berth productivity of 140 moves per hour on this service. The MECL service connects India to USEC including ports of Savannah, Norfolk, Newark, Algeciras and Middle East ports of Port Said East, Djibouti, Salalah, Jebel Ali and Port Qasim.

Jakob Friis Sorenson, MD, APM Terminals Pipavav said, “Handling 4527 TEUs on MECL service is a significant achievement. I am also proud to share that we have achieved 140-mph of berth productivity during the vessel operation. We are grateful to American customers, their representatives, USEC trade stakeholders and shipping lines for their abundant trust in our capabilities. Achieving these milestones are a testimony of our customer-centricity, seamless coordination to manage transit sensitive cargoes, skilled staff and infrastructure competencies, We strive to provide the highest efficiency at the berth, at the yard and at the gate to our customers.”

Source:  ITLN