Crane productivity in Khalifa Port soars

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Khalifa Port has been creating quick development since it commenced two years ago, Abu Dhabi Ports Company, (ADCP), which runs the port according to a press release.

Crane productivity in Khalifa Port soars

Crane productivity in Khalifa Port soars

The company averred that the crane productivity has amplified to 36% since September 2012 when the harbor started its operations. Additionally, the quanity of direct links from Khalifa Port to destination harbors across the world increased by 12 from 40 to 52 since 2013.

It also directed to fascinate three major shipping lines making it a total of 20 shipping lines being presently served.

It was also stated that aside from its ultra-modern infrastructure and outstanding market access to 4.5 billion people within four time zones, a key advantage of Khalifa Port is its nearness to Kizad.

According to ADPC, phase one of the new Kizad Logistics Park (KLP), which encompasses an area of more than 45,000 square meters, has newly been concluded. All of the 41 warehouse units of phase one have now been rented to national and international investors who are in the course of moving into their units.

Phase one of KLP is the first out of three phases. Phase two, which will add another 32 warehouse units, is approximated to commence later of 2015.

As part of a bigger plan, the logistics park, when concluded, will give a total area of around 120,000 square meters and is planned to develop into a main regional logistics and warehousing hub.

Mohamed Dekkak