Over 2 million twenty-foot-equivalent units (TEU) have been dealt with at Khalifa Port in two years.
The quantity of 2 million handled containers has been attained since the harbor started for business in December 2012.
This quantity exceeded Khalifa Port’s initial objective, representing a 20% annual upsurge in TEU handling.
Passing this most recent record proves the tremendously strong position of Khalifa Port Container Terminal due to its diverse and increasing trade base, strategic location, and significant hinterland connections, a statement from chief executive officer of Abu Dhabi Terminals (ADT).
ADT contends that the throughput milestone has been urged by a robust growth in both import and export items, and persistent high levels of demand from international and local patrons alike.
At the moment, you can see that Khalifa Port is productively driving business development across the Emirate, according to the executive vice president of ports at Khalifa Port’s owner and developer, Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC).
The harbor’s increasing network of services, improve of doing business, and supply chain connectivity is clearly supporting ADT’s 20% annual increase as import/export trade improves.