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AD Ports Group and Karachi Port Trust ink strategic MoU

By signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Karachi Port Trust (KPT), AD Ports Group has taken an important step towards increasing regional connectivity and encouraging economic growth in Pakistan.

The MoU signifies a common ambition to foster sustainable growth, promote trade diversification, and improve bilateral connections between the UAE and Pakistan.

The partnership includes a wide range of programmes and projects targeted at improving port infrastructure, maximising operating efficiencies, and embracing digitalisation.

"We aim to leverage our Group's extensive experience and capabilities to transform Karachi Port's Container Terminal into a premier hub for transhipment as well as imported and exported cargo,” stated Mohamed Juma Al Shamisi, CEO and managing director of AD Ports Group.





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