QTerminals, handling company at Hamad Port, stated the volume of breakbulk is the highest-ever handled in Hamad Port at 291,427 F/T in March.
Hamad Port whose multi-use terminal is designed to serve opportunities for creating cargo movement towards the upper Gulf, supports countries such as Kuwait, and south Oman.
It is gateway to marine tourism and plays a major role in promoting marine tourism. Cargo and livestock throughput at Mwani Qatar jumped up by 98 per cent and 451 per cent, respectively in March 2023 compared to the same period last year.
RORO units (vehicles) and vessels saw an increase of 15 per cent and 7 per cent at Hamad Port, Doha Port and Ruwais Port.
The three ports received 231 vessels, handled 114,079 containers, 297,009 freight tons of general and bulk cargo, 53,193 heads of livestock, 50,969 freight tons of building material, and 7007 units of vehicles in March.