Hamad Port to receive its largest container vessel today

 13 Jan 2018 - 13:53

Hamad Port to receive its largest container vessel today
(FILE PHOTO) Hamad Port. Naseem Zeitoon | Reuters

The Peninsula Online

MV Hyundai Drive will be the largest container vessel to make its maiden call in Qatar since the opening of Hamad Port. 

The vessel from Kwangyang Port in South Korea will arrive at Hamad Port today at 3 pm in the container terminal CT1.

At a length of 365.5 m, the vessel extends its Korea-Middle East service with a weekly call to Qatar. 

The ship's cargo is 13,154 TEUs, linking China, Korea and Qatar. 

This shipping line number 22 is in addition to Qatar's export of petrochemical products to all countries of the world operating through the Hamad Port.

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