Despite the tough situations for ports round the sector, field volumes rose via 20% at Aqaba Container Terminal (ACT) in August, with operational efficiency growing.
The facility has seen productivity up 6% this 12 months, with a complete throughput of 560,540 teu, as compared to 527,174 teu in 2019. A total of 210,667 trucks had been gated out, in comparison to 202,647 last year.
ACT CEO, Steven Yoogalingam stated: “We are devoted to Jordan and bolstering its financial system through always improving our abilties, adapting the nice international practices and investing across all port operations.
“We aim to make sure ACT maintains its popularity because the pivotal gateway to Jordan and beyond while serving our country wide economic system with the utmost willpower to worldwide requirements.”
In response to the pandemic ACT has prolonged its full box storage unfastened-time grace period from six to 14 days, giving customers time to clean the boxes.
The terminal also worked to safeguard standard health and protection thru the implementation of computerized facts processing, which ensured that no office work become exchanged between customers and personnel.
As a part of its funding plan to replace old or overused gadget with greater superior equipment, the operator has bought two new reachstackers and empty handlers, with customised specs for the terminal.