KARACHI, June 30: Four ships with palm oil and containers arrived at the outer anchorage during the last 24 hours, said a Port Qasim Authority press release on Saturday.

Meanwhile, six ships, Southern Jaguar, BBC Kusan, Batan Anniai (Dredger), Salta, Safmarine Ngami, Dubai Express, Brizo, Long Champ, Norgas Napa, Chemroad Rose, were busy in loading and unloading cement, containers, palm oil, project cargo, furnace oil, LPG, ethylene.

A cargo volume of 84,248 tons comprising 58,739 tons of import and 25,509 tons of export was handled.

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