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Pakistan - Third Karachi Port Development Project (Inglês)

The Third Karachi Port Project components include: (a) Juna Bunder Cargo Berths: (i) construction of four dry cargo berths by reconstructing lighterage berths, two transit sheds; and (ii) open storage areas, roads, rail sidings and other services; (b) West Wharf Railway and Storage Yard: (i) procurement of rail and associated goods; (ii) remodelling of the existing yard; (c) replacement of Napier Mole Road Bridge; (d) Procurement of cargo-handling equipment, including 16 quay cranes; and (e) consultants' services for (i) supervision of construction of the cargo berths and the road bridge; (ii) detailed engineering of marine oil terminal and six dry cargo berths in the Western Backwater, and (iii) technical assistance for KPT's dredging operation, implementation of a management accounting system for KPT and improvement of railway operations in the Karachi area.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1973/06/30

  • TIpo de documento

    Relatório sobre Avaliação do Pessoal

  • No. do relatório

    97

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Madagascar,

  • Região

    Sul da Ásia,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/06/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Pakistan - Third Karachi Port Development Project

  • Palavras-chave

    natural gas pipeline system;Agriculture, Fishing and Forestry;annual per capita income;reconstruction and development program;foreign currency loan;dry cargo;ship waiting time;road transport costs;general cargo berth;increase in capital;foreign exchange;bank interest rate;income and expenditure;increase in prices;capital investment program;organizational change;cost of ship;cost of traffic;gross national product;number of passengers;fixed deposit account;forecast balance sheet;terms of credit;cost accounting system;degree of mechanization;disruption of service;evaluation of bid;high traffic volume;asset and liability;debt coverage ratio;balance of investment;wages and salary;berth occupancy rate;high growth rate;average traffic growth;agriculture and industry;sand and gravel;cost of service;cost of import;cost of labor;market for exports;Balance of Trade;foreign exchange requirement;means of transportation;Administration and Operation;operation and management;civil works;road bridge;transit shed;engineering study;fixed asset;Fixed Assets;railway system;storage area;credit effectiveness;ship day;railway operation;port facility;future traffic;ship time;long-term debt;management accounting;operational performance;railway yard;traffic trend;dredge operations;information supply;rural area;storage charge;grace period;financial evaluation;labor productivity;loan obligation;transportation network;outstanding balance;floating craft;air transport;approach channel;construction delay;marshalling yard;port area;debt service;borrower's performance;tariff structure;steel mill;welfare fund;iron ore;oil traffic;tariff review;agricultural area;fishing ground;raw material;environmental condition;reserve fund;foreign trade;cotton yarn;support infrastructure;operational improvement;limited resources;finance objective;port capacity;Capital Investments;demurrage fee;drought conditions;traffic forecast;export performance;food grain;annual saving;capital expenditure;average revenue;invest capital;increase productivity;dry bulk;oil terminal;sinking fund;electric supply;traffic lane;mobile equipment;fresh water;government plan;retroactive financing;prefeasibility study;port due;contracting procedure;international contractor;domestic preference;project finance;local costs;bilateral aid;costing system;dredged spoil;bulk commodity;project costing;small ships;Port Services;bridge traffic;alternative route;cash generation;government interference;fringe benefit;Medical care;welfare benefit;pay scale;labor relation;Proposed Investment;terminal facility;financial rate;cash revenue;truck transport;traffic movement;appraisal mission;financial analyst;land area;agricultural activity;great river;Labor Union;domestic service;domestic route;road system;government study;extensive study;financial factor;supervisory staff;high unemployment;deadweight tons;portal crane;navigation channel;managerial control;private contractor;management consultant;government regulation;organizational structure;operational function;leather good;principal city;industrial area;administrative center;oil seed;weather condition;finished fertilizer;fertilizer production;increased imports;phosphate rock;public transportation mode;perpetual succession;body corporate;constant price;exchange control;import policy;export market;commonly known;railway traffic;urban population;financial plan;financial situation;storage space;oil companies;oil company;general management;cotton crop;increased investment;monetary expansion;government intervention;transport mode;domestic price;port operation;expected growth;bank deposit;average tonnage;turnaround time;operational efficiency;financial result;reserve account;cash accounting;heavy traffic;contingency allowance;traditional form;government budgetary;Exchange Rates;subsequent modification;municipal security;expenditure account;storage facility;export cargo;traffic demand;

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