KARACHI, Oct 13: One ship carrying palm oil arrived at the outer anchorage during the last 24 hours, said a PQA press release on Saturday.

Five ships, Thrgau, Ivy Galaxy, Lantau Arrow, Bow Sagami, Global Aker, Ana Dorothea, Ocean Sea, were busy in loading/offloading cement, palm oil, fertiliser, wheat, phosphoric acid.

A cargo volume of 27,119 tons comprising 22,347 tons of import and 4,772 tons of export was handled.

Bow Sagmai sailed out.

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