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The Keamari Terminal Expansion Project

The Keamari Terminal was built in 1937 over a land of 13.2 Acres in the South of PakistanTotal au PakistanShow more, possessing a total storage capacity of 24,960 MT. It is a flagship location for TOTAL PARCO PakistanTotal au PakistanShow more Limited (TPPL) and serves as one of the primary foundations of the fuels’ supply chain. The facility is the only owned terminal able to receive imported white oils through pipeline connectivity with Karachi Port. Considering the region’s strategic importance and position, it was decided to enhance the storage and filling capacity at the terminal to meet the growing demand and requirements.

The Keamari Terminal Expansion Project was initiated in early 2017 with an extensive scope including addition of 6000 MT of storage, construction of a 6 bay multi-product loading / unloading gantry, development of new pump rooms and a Fire Fighting system employing the latest standards. All these storage infrastructure initiatives have now been successfully incorporated at Keamari Terminal. It is also more than worth noting that the project was successfully completed with 315,000 safe man-hours, a fact which stands as a testimony to TPPL’s never-ending commitment to one of our primary values – ‘Safety’.

CEO TPPL – Mr. Olivier Sabrie – inaugurated the expansion projects in a ceremony at the Terminal on 19th April, 2019. On the occasion, he shared his thoughts and mentioned that he was absolutely sure that the addition of new gantry and tanks at Keamari Terminal will play a key role in ensuring the significance and strategic importance of this terminal and create new avenues of revenue generation for TPPL in the years to follow.

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