The maritime industry in Pakistan is a vital component of the nation’s economic infrastructure, bolstered by its extensive coastline along the Arabian Sea. Anchored by key ports such as Karachi Port and Port Qasim, Pakistan facilitates robust trade connections both domestically and internationally. These ports serve as critical conduits for diverse cargo, ranging from containers to bulk commodities, contributing significantly to the country’s import-export activities. Additionally, Pakistan’s shipbuilding and repair industry, exemplified by facilities like the Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works and Gwadar Shipyard, plays a pivotal role in servicing domestic and global maritime needs. Furthermore, with burgeoning potential in offshore oil and gas exploration, coastal tourism development, and fisheries, Pakistan’s maritime sector stands poised for further growth and strategic importance in the region’s economic landscape.

Major Ports Supported
  • Karachi Port: As Pakistan’s largest and busiest seaport, Karachi Port serves as a crucial gateway for international trade. Handling diverse cargo types, including containers and bulk commodities, it boasts modern infrastructure and deep-water berths, facilitating efficient import and export operations and contributing significantly to the country’s economy.
  • Port Qasim: Situated near Karachi, Port Qasim is Pakistan’s second-largest port and a vital maritime hub. Specializing in bulk cargo and container handling, it features advanced facilities and strategic connections, playing a pivotal role in facilitating trade and commerce, both domestically and internationally.
Services Offered
  • Annual and 5 yearly Services of Life saving appliances including lifeboats, rescue boats, and life rafts .Services for firefighting systems and appliances, services of lifting equipment